Don't worry about English not being your main language. We know what you meant.
I like both heads. Two completely different heads, though. The Hartke has the Fender tone stack, which means that treble and bass are boost only and mids are cut only so it lends itself to more scooped tones but can be set flat if needed (still gets good sounds, though), whereas the Ampeg tone stack allows cuts and boosts of each knob's frequency range. I prefer the Ampeg (big surprise I'll bet
) but Larry Hartke is an awesome dude and I like the amps he makes, too, even if they're quite different from Ampegs.