Item Reviews for: 6505® MH Mini Amp Head  -  03614180
6505® MH Mini Amp Head
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Small Sized Monster Amp

By: Luis Colarino,luis.colarino@gmail.com      Submitted: 3/2/2021

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Overall What is your opinion of this product? This amp is absolutely great, very reliable, easy to get any kind of tones you want, especially if you play real Rock And Roll. The crunch channel (green) is fantastic, you can really get that "light dirty" sound for a Blues tune and you can also get a wonderful distorted sound for your rhythm section just by adjusting the gain control. The distortion channel (red) is insane, needless to say that it was originally designed in conjunction with the great Eddie Van Halen, so you can have a perfect tone with gain and volume boosts for that solo that will make the audience to go crazy. The send and return jacks allow you to add effects to the loop section, such as delay, wahs, phaser, chorus, volume, equalizer, whatever modulation effect you may think of to enhance the sound. I am not an endorser, I am a real user that has simply fallen in love with this amp.
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Sounds 5* Features 4*

By: Carlos Reis      Submitted: 10/19/2020

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What is your opinion of this product? Great Clean Crunch Hi gain and reverb sounds with more then enough volume to play extreme metal with real drums. The volume switch is great, specially to be able to overdrive the power amp section. To improve I would add more gain on the crunch switch, and would add the ability to bypass the speaker mic simulation in order to use other impulse responses in an easier fashion.
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Major gain!

By: Jay Cee      Submitted: 9/11/2020

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What is your opinion of this product? I like the amp a lot but I would do a couple things differently. Let's use 6l6 or el34's and make the clean more clean. I gotta drop the gain wayyy down then there's no loudness on clean without using a volume boost. Also, it's too "daw" low mid heavy down low. Maybe drop like 25% and have it gradually increase with volume so it doesnt sound thin up loud. I'd say maybe a tad higher mid frequency too. After i eq'd the effects loop and overdriven it, though, the distortion is killer.