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Alesis SpitFire 15W Guitar Amplifier with 8" Speaker
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The SpitFire series incorporates the acclaimed DSP of the Alesis GuitarFX pedal for 80 diverse presets that can be easily edited, overwritten, or res...Click To Read More About This Product
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A truly DSP-savvy amp!
The SpitFire series incorporates the acclaimed DSP of the Alesis GuitarFX pedal for 80 diverse presets that can be easily edited, overwritten, or restored to factory default. 9 effects modules allow the selection of multiple effects for a huge variety of combinations. There are over 40 different effects to choose from, including several types of distortion, cabinet emulation, EQ, compression, filter, modulation, reverb, and delay. There is also an auto-chromatic tuner built in.
Plenty of I/O
Each SpitFire guitar amp features a 1/4" stereo headphone output on the front panel that disconnects the speaker when in use. Additionally, the rear panel supports a 1/4" expression pedal input for fluid control of effect parameters, an external speaker output jack, and stereo RCA inputs for connecting a CD or tape player. A specially dedicated Stereo Link output allows a second guitar amp to be connected for separated stereo amplification.
- 15W output
- 8" speaker
- 80 editable presets covering the spectrum of guitar styles
- 9 effects modules allow the selection of multiple effects for powerful tonal combinations
- Over 40 different effects
- 1/4" expression pedal input allows fluid control of effect parameters
- "Stereo Link" output enables 2 SpitFire amplifiers to be linked for stereo effect
- 1/4" front panel headphone jack mutes speaker when in use
- Playback and mix stereo music with guitar signal
- Great tools for practicing
SpitFire 15W Guitar Amplifier with 8" Speaker
- 13-1/4"W x 14-1/4"H x 7-1/8"D
- 17 lbs.
Reviewed by 4 customers
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First Digital ANYTHING I liked. Pure fun from one preset to the next. Idiotically simple to use, reprogram, whatever. Virtually EVERY feature I could ever think of for basic music-making. Features = 9 not 10 ONLY because you need to make/dig up a stereo cable to use the headphone jack as a LINE OUT - preamp. They don't advertise it that way but it is a PERFECT stereo preamp. It is DEAD QUIET. The amp part is just a bonus. I thought I would miss the knobs but I don't much. This thing is a fantastic bargain, lightyears past any other small amp/preamp/POD thing out there. It doesn't necessarily have "vintage" tones - just interesting ones. You can put your own label on 'em, I just use 'em!
I think it was an ok amp for its valuebut the quality was bad.
I have been playing the acoustic guitar for about 17 years, and just got my first electric. I got this little amp to play with my new Dean Evo XM and have been impressed. The 80 presets on this amp are great tutorials for how the different effects color sound. Pick a preset that sounds interesting, and dial through the effects settings to see how they get that sound. In one weekend of playing and listening to the effects, I can pretty much set up the sounds I want. Playing this amp using stereo headphones is a blast, and makes even my mediocre playing sound like a CD.I also used this amp with my Seagull acoustic this weekend at church to add a little chorus and room reverb, and it sounded great. I used the stereo line out on the back of the amp to take a signal to the PA and it seemed to work well, but if the effect was a stereo effect (like ping-pong), I think you would only get the "right" side signal through this output. If the effect is mono (like chorus), however, it probabaly doesn't matter. I'm still trying to figure out the output thing. You can always use the headphone jack with a TRS plug to go to the board to get both left and right signals, but using the headphone jack shuts off the amp's speaker, so you will need a separate monitor if playing live.The only negative thing I have to say so far about the amp is that when you turn the amp off with the rocker switch, there is a pop through the speaker. I don't think it is loud enough to damage the speaker, but it is certainly not silent.All in all, the features, portability, sound, price, and ease of use of this amp make it a "10" in my book.
This amp totally Rocks. With 40 effects and 80 programs, this is crazy. The sound is amazing and loud. You want clear, you've got it; you want distortion, you've got it. Take it to your small gig or practice. Moreover, you can get it cheap with great sound and great effects. Most BUY!!