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Roland Bolt 30

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adus din Anglia,stare perfecta,mici julituri in tolex,estetic 8 din 10,totusi are peste 30 anisori,fara zgomot,potentiometrele perfecte nu fasaie,etc,un clean cristal,distors/overdrive destul de reusit,reverb pe arcuri..am desfacut pentru curatat,practic nu am facut nimic,era curat,totul original,stare perfecta.lampi RCP 7591A USA 2 buc+ ECC 81 USA,partea de preamp pe tranzistori.puterea de 30W e destul la repetitii(am o trupa de Rock&Roll,8 persoane galagioase,clapa,chitari,tobe,suflatori,vocalisti)cu volumul la jumatate era suficient.am citit,ca e un amp foarte rar,singura serie pe lampi facut de Roland!post-2486-0-17364000-1476522781_thumb.jpgpost-2486-0-10728800-1476522792_thumb.jpgpost-2486-0-32931500-1476522810_thumb.jpg

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Este vorba despre celebra serie Roland BOLT 30/60/100w, cu etajul final pe lampi, unica in felul ei (Roland orientandu-se ulterior spre seria Jazz-Chorus), care s-a dorit o replica la celebrele amplficatoare Messa-Boogie, aflate intr-o extraordinara ascensiune in anii '80.

Sa te bucuri de ea si s-o canti cu placere!

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The Roland Bolt 30/60/100 was the only line of tube guitar amplifiers produced by Roland. The amplifier was launched in the market in 1979 when the Roland company was trying to pursue the success of the Mesa Boogie Mark amplifiers.


Properly speaking these are hybrid amplifiers, the pre-amp being built with solid-state circuitry. The built-in solid-state distortion channel gives a somewhat harsh sound, and is best bypassed.


Aside from the overdrive circuit, the amp contains a spring reverb, and provision for external effects loops and switches.


The Bolt was produced until 1984: Roland made a decision at that time to focus production on solid state amplifiers such as their very successful Jazz Chorus. In recent years the interest in this range of amplifiers has increased, owing to their good tone, and affordability in comparison with other classic amplifiers.

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O crestere apreciabila a basilor (in zona placut audibila) spre aprecierea iubitorilor de boxe Marshall cu spatele inchis, dar scade expandarea sunetului. Fenomenul este cel clasic de boxa inchisa, cu un ton mai bun pt. rock, raspandirea sunetului facandu-se doar directional. Poate creste frecventa unor vibratii care sa fie deranjante pt. partea mecanica a amplificatorului, dar asta eu o consider mai putin importanta, pt mine fiind important tonul obtinut.

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+mai multe joase

-mai puțin volum

Dar pare dificil de închis cum trebuie.

 

-nu mai poti sa folosesti combo-ul pt. transportarea cablurilor, surselor, pedalelor si a sticlelor de bautura. 

 

(P.S. -  nu-i de la mine citire, varianta a fost studiata intens de alti chitaristi care au publicat rezultatele pe un forum international).

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am terminat de traforat,sunt foarte multumit de rezultat,mai mult bas,putere,merita sa incerc.revin cu poze.nu am "stricat"nimic,patru suruburi,o bucata de scandura,in 3 minute se poate transforma cum a fost

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1.nu vreau sa-l transform in submarin                                                                                                                                                                                                          2.in partea de sus,unde sunt lampiile, din fabrica au lasat cam 0,5 cm,jos am lasat o gaura 10x6(pentru cablul de alimentare)deci e un fel de "bas reflex"

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