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Because the new DSl's are made in China, and I think they don't have ply cabs?
granted it does seem to be better value than the class 5.
Impossible unless his electricity supply wiring was faulty and he was already getting shocks from the casing. The casing and the pot bushings are directly connected together, and earthed.someone told me he took one of the chicken knobs off, and the pot shocked him ha
I agree that the Night Train is quite cheaply made but it certainly passes safety regulations, and works perfectly well. I wouldn't buy one, but that's more because of experience with customer service at Vox UK than anything about the amp.
"Just because I don't care doesn't mean I don't understand" - Homer Simpson
Anyway...back on topic, I find it hard to justify a single-channel amp like this for around £600 when the Laney IRT Studio 15W is coming in the next few days, for £400. 3 channels, 1W/15W input, reverb, boost, pull-shift on all EQ knobs, USB interface, reamping, DI, cab sim, automatic dummy load etc.
*That* is how you build an amp for the studio, not just by reducing the output power.
Originally Posted by nocaster
oh i think i heard that the sl5 wasn't made in the UK. that'd go some way to explaining how it costs less than the class 5.
The SL-5 will be launched in the UK at the Great British Guitar Show Birmingham on 23/24 Feb.
I'm going to have a go of it - woo!
Winner winner, chicken dinner.
who is this Dezzy, and where have they gone ?
......"Bertie is pretty much a zen master..................."