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NAD - Kustom Defender 15

 
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PostPosted: Fri Aug 24, 2012 11:04 pm    Post subject: NAD - Kustom Defender 15 Reply with quote

I already added this to my NGD SG post, but I feel like showing it off some more here.

I got my new Kustom Defender 15 amp today and it makes me happy because it's my first all tube amp and it sounds fucking awesome for 250 dollars. I won't even talk about it, because I can't. I'm inept at describing things. But trust me, it sounds damn good. Maybe I can ask my friend to record some stuff on it for you guys to hear it.

Anyways, here's some hi-res pics coz I'm too lazy to make them smaller.

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Defender 15, Contender 18 (SS w/ pre-amp tube)


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control panel. that bass response knob is four position and sounds damn good.
American - loose bass, pretty boomy, tubes driving harder at lower volumes
British - tight bass, jangly, stay cleaner than American


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and here's the back showing off the t00bz


Oh, and it's got a 10 inch 8ohm speaker built in, so if I got another 8 ohm speaker cab that I wanted to use with the built in speaker, do I have to flip the ohm switch above the two outputs to 4 or 16?
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