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Electro Harmonix 665210 Electro Harmonix 44 Magnum
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Effet Guitare Électrique, Pédale amplificateur guitare, 44 Watt. Fabriqué aux États-Unis, Produit haut de gamme. Plus d'informations sur la site de concepteur.
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I come out of my Mesa Boogie slave amplifier output, into a volume pedal and then into echo and reverb boxes that feed into this 44-Magnum which then feeds its own speaker. This allows me to take the direct sound of my amp, whether it's distorted or clean, and add as much echo or reverb as I want which plays out of it's own guitar extension speaker. This set up keeps my direct amp sound from becoming mushy or blurred by effects yet allows me to add in my awesome Eventide effects to any extent I want.
I've driven single 12" extension speakers and Marshall 4x12 1960 cabs loaded with Celestion speakers using the 44-magnum, plenty of volume available. One thing to note, the 44-magnum does not want to drive lower than an 8-ohm load so keep that in mind when choosing an extension speaker.
I bought a second one of these so I can now run my reverb and echo effects in stereo, this creates a huge sound in clubs where my band plays and it also allows me to record my effects in stereo when we play live in our recording studio.
I love these amps and I'm a big fan of EHX products, still made in America and priced affordably. Thank you Mike Mathews!
Good music to all!
How I'm using the 44 Magnum:
I have a Line 6 POD HD500. I use some pedals in the FX loop of the POD, just for more variation and a different sound. I take the output of the POD into the 44 Magnum, which drives a 1X12 cab. I also go direct to PA from the POD. This gives me a lightweight setup. One trip from the car and less then 5 minutes to setup and start playing.
Some other reviewers have said it starts to break up (clip) with the volume knob at 9:00. What you have to understand is that with the way the input is designed, tuning up the volume is essentially the same as driving the input with a hotter signal. So, where the input runs out of head room is dependent on what you're driving it with. A hotter signal will top out sooner. The input is designed so that you can plug a passive guitar directly into the input and have it work reasonably. That is not much input signal. If you plug a line level signal into it, you are driving it a lot harder and it will have less headroom.
Some have complained that the 44 Magnum has a lot of noise or hum. I have not found that to be the case. Mine is actually very quiet. When I unplug the input and connect to the speaker cab and crank the volume to max, there is very little noise at all, just a little white noise that is very quiet, and exactly what you would expect from any power amp. This is the intrinsic noise of the 44 Magnum--noise that is produced by the amplifier itself. If you plug a cable to the input and it starts making noise, then the noise is from the cabling or whatever you are plugging into the 44 magnum, not from the amplifier itself. Remember that whatever noise you are feeding to the input is getting amplified.
If you have noise:
1. Make sure that you are not plugging a speaker cable into the input. Speaker cables are not shielded. Plugging a speaker cable to the input will make A LOT of noise.
2. Use a high quality shielded instrument cable to plug into the input of the 44 Magnum.
3. Use a high quality speaker cable to connect the 44 Magnum output to a speaker cab. Speaker cables and instrument cables are DIFFERENT. Make sure you are using the correct cables at the input and output.
4. Use the shortest cable that you can on the input and use a longer cable from the output to the speaker. Noise in the input cable will be amplified by the 44 Magnum. Noise in the speaker cable will not be amplified and will be small compared the signal driving the speaker.
Overall this is a great product.
There is a bright switch that adds some top end. I can (and do) use it for vocals as well in a jam session situation.
I am considering buying a 1X12 cab and using this pocket amp to gig with. Light, loud, and sounds as good as my other amps.
Amazing. It kinda pisses me off that I spent money on amps when I could have bought a couple of these and have put out just as much sound.
It really is a good product,....no kidding. For small to medium venues this will easily handle the work load. Outside gigs may require a bit more volume, but inside.....done deal.
A little about me and my setup, I play in a metal band that kinda sounds like if volumes, korn, and -insert black metal band name here- had a love child. There are alot of pounding riffs, and some weird chords that require quite a bit of gain, volume and clarity. About a month or 2 ago I got a POD hd500 (AMAZING product) and a crate blue voodoo to use as a power amp for a cab. I didn't like my results too much unfortunately, my tone that sounded excellent on my practice amp (line 6 spider valve, also using as power amp) sounded fizzy and weak on the crate at high volumes. I took to the internet looking for a solution, other heads, rack-style poweramps, anything, and was getting really frustrated. My frustration ended when I saw someone recommend the Electro Harmonix 44 Magnum. After some research, I got pretty excited and ordered one (at only 150 bucks it's a steal.) I got it yesterday (4/9/15) and used it this morning (4/10/15) for some practice with my drummer. My drummer hits really hard, and i have never been able to cut through him, until this morning. I have never been so happy with my tone! As soon as I hooked up and played a chord through my favorite setting on the pod, I couldn't contain myself, finally, I can cut and my tone is EXACTLY how i want it. Not to mention its only 150 dollars and a VERY small fraction of the size of a guitar head so your back will thank you, and the fact that i now have NO tubes to deal with! Thank you Electro Harmonix for this amazing product! Now, if anyone is interested, I have a crate blue voodoo I'm looking to sell ;)
So in summary, if you are looking for a companion to your POD HD's, look no further, this thing is absolutely perfect and will finally allow you to be heard at practices. The best $150 I have spent on my rig to date!
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