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Alesis WildFire 15 Guitar Combo
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An amazing value that will crank out just about any guitar sound you can dream up. Onstage, 2 WildFires can be linked in stereo. RCA inputs for a CD/...Click To Read More About This Product
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An amazing value that will crank out just about any guitar sound you can dream up. Onstage, 2 WildFires can be linked in stereo. RCA inputs for a CD/MP3 player, a chromatic tuner, and a headphone out make this a great practice amp. 80 editable presets cover the spectrum of guitar styles while 9 separate effects modules give you highly tweakable hands-on control of your tone. 40 different Alesis effects plus a 1/4" expression pedal input for controlling them lets you dial in sound on the fly.
- 8" heavy-magnet speaker
- Built-in chromatic tuner with output mute
- RCA inputs let you mix external source with guitar playing
- Can be linked in stereo with another WildFire
- 80 editable presets
- 9 effects modules
- 40 different effects
- 1/4" expression pedal in
- 1/4" headphone out
- 13-1/4"W x 14-1/4"H x 7-1/4"D
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I have this amp for 3 years now, and I am far from satisfied. I use it with Boss MT -2 Metal zone for better distortion over the A0 clean effect. That combination can pass. Also I noticed that MT - 2 enhances some effect making them sound better.But after some time the amp makes this low sound like explosions that go away after some time (didn't found out why yet). Input jack is made of plastic and it starts to fall in quickly. It cost me 1200 kn (1 USD = 7 kn) thats a lot of cash considering that a 150 W Marshal is sold for 2500 kn. All in all for metal players this is something you do not wont to buy.
Wow! I was pleasantly surprised. This is definitely a total package value where the quality far surpasses the value. It has a wealth of effects embedded in it; and then there's the bonus features, you can play stereo with these sounds, reprogram the soundbank to fit your performances, etc. Want to plug into more power? The Spitfire makes an excellent preamp as well. I'm doing live performances and I haven't even received the pedals yet! Metalheads might want more distortion and drive (especialy in the H bank sounds) but it's virtually flawless for any other genre of music you're playing. It's so good, I want to get the Spitfire 60 next!
My friend got this as a starter amp a few weeks ago. I went over to play it and wasn;t impressed at all. It doesn't have any distortion for metal or hard rock what so ever and the effects are weak. It does have a lot of effects though. The clean settings are not bad, but the rest of it sucks. My friends amp broke on the first day he got it. The input just fell out and he had to super glue it back in, and now it doesnt sound good. If you want a 15 watt practice or starter amp, get a fender frontman. Those thongs have screamin distirtion and are way higher quality.
I got one of these last week and cant get over how this thing preforms. it has good bottom and midrange. plenty of treble to. the eq works great. i compared it to my Peavy backstage 50 and it held up real good. i think it must be under rated in wattage. i have played it almost wide open and it dident break. for the money it is good vaule. it will make a fine stage moniter and go from the stereo output to the board or another large amp and get all the drive and volume you need.sorry i dident get one sooner..........
To start with the quality of this amp is very poor right out of the box. The knobs feel like they will fall off at any time, the input jack comes loose right away, it takes several seconds to come on after turning the switch on and when you turn it off it makes a loud popping sound. My first amp shorted out within about 4 months of hardly any use and when I returned it to alesis after having to pay shipping charges, they wouldn't even give me a new one, they would only give me a B stock model which made me angry since it was still under warranty but come to find out it is written in the warranty that way. The one they sent to me is still working but with the same quality stated before. The clean sounds seem to be pretty good but the distortions are unusable in my opinion. There are alot of sound effects to play with but this is basicaly a toy.
(I'm new to this whole guitar thing ... so don't take too much stock in my oppinion.) This amp is a lot of fun. You get about 80 different distortions and you can really get it to play some weird stuff. Problem is,a lot of the distortions get some feedback ... and on some of them get a lot of feedback. Bottomline is, it's a fun amp if you wanna play around with a lot of different sounds without shelling out the green to buy the all those different distortions. But if you want a really clean sound this isn't the amp for you.