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Blackheart Handsome Devil Praised Again
The Blackheart Handsome Devil Amplifier has been praised again in a recent review from Performing Musician Magazine.
The amplifier provides a wide array of classic rock tones for the modern guitarist.
Performing Musician Magazines reviewer noted that a flat EQ combined with a decent "dollop" of drive puts the guitarist in a powerful position.
With this setting, Performing Musician's reviewer commented that "varying your guitar's volume and pick attack will allow you to produce a wide range of clean, crunch and distortion sounds."
Furthermore, the Handsome Devil also features the increasingly popular switch to change the output valves' operating mode from pentode to triode.
Essentially, this change drops the amplifiers power and creates a mellower and more relaxed tone.
To summarise, the Handsome Devil is a versatile rock amplifier that impresses across all fronts.
"I'd advise anyone looking for a lower power, class A valve guitar amplifier to head down to their local Blackheart dealer and get to grips with this very Handsome Devil."
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Posted on 10 Dec 2009 16:31 to category : Instruments News
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