Engl E606 Ironball Head 20

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Cabezal de guitarra a válvulas

  • Potencia: 20 W
  • Valvulas: 2 x EL 84 en etapa y 4 x ECC 83 en previo
  • 2 canales
  • EQ con controles de graves, medios y agudos
  • Control de presencia
  • Gain Boost y regulador de ganancia separado para cada canal
  • Reguladores Lead Volumen y Master Volumen
  • Atenuador de potencia con ajustes Power off / 1 W / 5 W / Full Power
  • Salida de línea con frecuencia corregida para Direct Recording
  • Bucle de efectos en serie con conexiones para envío y retorno
  • Toma de auriculares
  • Reverb integrada con regulador en panel trasero
  • Salida de altavoz de 8 Ohm y 16 Ohm
  • 2 conectores de pedal Z4 (pedal no incluido, diaponible opcionalmente bajo art. n°: 160993)
  • Medidas: 33,5 cm x 14,2 cm x 21,7 cm
  • Peso: 7 kg
  • Made in Germany
Potencia 20 W
Válvulas de amplificador EL84
Canales 2
Hall
Footswitch (interruptor de pie) No
Disponible desde Abril 2013
número de artículo 306938
Precio por 1 Unidad(es)
777 €
Sin gastos de envío e incluyendo IVA.
Disponible dentro de 3-4 semanas
Disponible dentro de 3-4 semanas

El artículo estará pronto disponible en almacén, y entonces sera enviado inmediatamente.

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43 Valoraciones de los clientes

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Excelente cabezal
Marlotov 09.02.2021
En pocas palabras, majestuoso
Tiene una performance increíble al usarlo a toda potencia.
El emulador no anda nada mal.
La construcción es muy sólida, un tanque.
Lo único que no me agradó demasiado es el conmutador de potencia, pierde un poco el tono a medida que disminuye la potencia.
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Little lunchbox to feed ya'all.
Anónimo 29.05.2015
Been an ENGL fan for a long while, just wanted a lunchbox sized head after we had a baby, to play in bedroom level. Sold my Gigmaster 30 for this little monster and I'm more than happy with the size, the tone and the price of the Ironball 20 head.

Before reading more, please note that I'm a bedroom guitarist who plays on his own, for a few hours in a week because of hard work and a 1 year old boy and this review will express my personal experiences as a home player, I'm not quite sure about this amps performance in small gigs or garage band practices.

I'm using the head with ENGL's paired 112 v30 cabinet and they are the perftect match. Even in the low volume level, the amp is easy to crank up without the built in gain boost. Personally, I do not like the built in gain boost switches so I'm using a modded SD-1 as a booster to enrich the gain tone. Also looping a Carbon Copy delay, BBE sonic stomp and Boss PQ-4 to enhance my tone.

Having three different types of axes (A Gibson Traditional LP, an American Fender Standard Strat and a Jackson SL-1), the Ironball is quite adaptive and responds to all types I'd like to play. I'm not much of a Fender-clean guy but the clean channel is quite "clean".

For those who live overseas and would like to purchase this amp from Thomann, I live in Turkey and my order has arrived in exact 10 days. Unfortunately, the guys in local customs were a bit curious about the package content and invited me for a customs check to pick it up. Apart from that, the packaging and postal service is more than "perfect".

Thanks to ENGL and Thomann for a great deal!
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Surprisingly nice and usable Clean channel, but Lead channel not for me
AGuitarPlayer 30.06.2021
There are hundreds of metal reviews of this amp, but only a few displaying how this amp might sound in genres like blues/rock/hard rock (and those few ones often leave much to be desired). I am not a metal player (I am more of those aforementioned genres) and I know it's predominantly a metal amp, but those few videos got me interested, so I wanted to try for myself and see how the amp might perform for my particular style of playing,

BUILD QUALITY

When it comes to build quality, it was obvious right from the start it is a quality made amp. I cannot really comment how the amp holds in the long run, but based on my short experience with it, I would give it 5 stars there.

SOUND

I must say that I was pleasantly surprised by the clean channel of the amp which is my favorite channel by far. Cleans are surprisingly nice sounding, you don't need to spend much time dialing a good sound. Also, you can dial a perfect amount of grit that responds nicely to the picking dynamics, and the Gain Boost can make it even more juicy. It could easily be used for blues playing and I don't think it would need to be ashamed in front of other, more ''appropriate'' amps.

Lead channel, here the true face of the amp starts to show; by the character of the sound and the way the channel seems to be voiced, it becomes pretty obvious for which style this channel was intended. I am sure that metal players would enjoy it, but I simply wasn't able to dial the sound I wanted. There was always this ''harshness'' or maybe better to say; ''aggressiveness'' to the sound however you set the gain (which of course might appeal to a metal player), I could only somewhat tame it by lowering the volume on guitar a little (I've used a bridge humbucker of Music Man Silhouette Special) and lowering the gain considerably, but that meant sacrificing too much gain and still it was of little help; the character of the lead channel just didn't allow for the more traditional rock/hard rock sound. The result was somewhat better when the clean channel was pushed into overdrive though, but not by a satisfactory amount, besides, that would kinda defeat the purpose for me; I wanted to have a separate Clean channel and I was hoping to use Lead Channel for riffs and soloing. Also, it's perhaps worth of mention that the sound of the lead channel wasn't particularly rewarding when soloing on high frets of the 1st string, it was buzzy and fizzy and not full and round, as I would want.

So all-in-all, even though I was pleased with the Clean channel, the Lead channel simply wasn't for me, so I've had to send it back. It's a feature-packed amp; it has a power soak, a reverb, Gain Boost,
FX loop (something that every amp should have anyway in my opinion, but still it's worth mentioning) , so that's definitely a big plus, but I think that ENGL should take this amp and offer a version with the Lead channel voiced for Blues/Rock (a version which also features three preamp tubes, in comparison with the two of the Rockmaster), this one is just too brutal. :)

Also, one more detail; it would be really nice if at least one footswitch came included with the amp (there are two inputs with possibility of controlling 4 parameters). To not include them and then to sell them so overpriced is silly.
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Great Quality Great Sound
M.F.R. 28.11.2019
Wether for recording, playing live or in your bedroom, great sound in any case.
Can't find any flaws since the 1 year I've had it, very good price-quality ratio, definitely would recommend for high gain, rock or clean guitar.
Also, it feels sturdy, built like a tank.
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