Here the conclusion after the test:
"Both amplifiers are little diamonds in the small and portable transistor amplifiers class. Both amps are also very different and can cope with many styles. They have an incredibly effective clean channel, well cooperating with pedals and effects loop allows for professional use on stage and in the studio. Also thanks to the loop we have 250W of pure power for use with all kinds of preamps, simulators and effects processors. I recommend become familiar with these "little ones" because they're great to use and they deliver 250W power of music heart!"
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