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Brand X X-15R 15W 8" Guitar Combo with Channel Switching and Reverb
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The X15-R will blow you away with its awesome bang-for-the-buck factor. 15 surprisingly effective watts pump through the 8" speaker mounted in an enc...Click To Read More About This Product
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The X15-R will blow you away with its awesome bang-for-the-buck factor. 15 surprisingly effective watts pump through the 8" speaker mounted in an enclosed cab for extra punch. You can switch between Clean and Drive channels and use the 3-band EQ to shape your tone and get a scooped mid sound. The Drive channel gets everything from bluesy overdrive to mind-numbing distortion. A spring reverb adds drama. The cool cosmetics include heavy metal knobs with knurled grips, a metal speaker grille, metal corners and handle caps, and a brushed metal control panel with a bright red X pilot light. The headphone out and aux in jacks let you practice silently and play along with your favorite role models as well as drum machines.
- 15W of power
- 8" speaker with closed-back enclosure for more bottom
- Wide-range 3-band EQ
- Clean and Drive channels
- Spring reverb
- Headphone output for silent practice
- Aux in jack for play-along practice
- Metal knobs with heavy knurled grips
- Metal protective speaker grille
- Metal corners & handle caps
- Brushed metal control panel
- Bright red X pilot light . . . extra-cool!
X-15R 15W 8" Guitar Combo with Channel Switching and Reverb
- 13-1/4"W x 12-1/2"H x 7-1/4"D
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This amp is great the price. That's where it ends though. The clean channel isn't very good but the dirty one is not bad. It's sweet theat you get reverb on an amp at this price. If you're strapped for cash this would be the amp to buy for sure.
Alright, so when the Long & Mcquade guy recommended it to me when I asked for a decent amp for a decent price, I originally had a Marshall MG15CDR in mind.. I asked if there was anything cheaper, and right away he suggested the brand X X-15R. He insisted that it sounded GREAT, and was made by Fender. Boy was he ever right.
I bought this as a practice amp and for small gigs. It has a nice deep reverb and a really good dirty channel, almost on par with the Boss DS1. Sparkling, full sound on the clean channel. This is a really good amp for the $$!
I've had this amp since Christmas, and at the beginning it was pretty good for the cost. then about a couple of weeks later it burnt out and i had to get it replaced. it's also not as loud as the ibanez that is the same size, and the gain sounds kinda funky if you don't have the mid all the way up.
This amp is good for a beginner. This was my first amp and after my original one burnt out I thought it was crap. When I got the replacement I just gave it to my brother and got a line 6 30w amp. After I found out that the line 6 couldn't play over drums as well as I would have liked, I found a super deal on a Kustom wAv 212. Now I am selling this little amp to one of my friends along with my lil bros guitar. I decided to see how it sounded since it hadn't been used in a year, and I was amazed at how nice it was. If you turn off the mids you get a nice metal sound, turn them up and the dis. Down a bit you get a nice punky thrash sound. The clean channel seems too powerfull for the speaker, but if you know what to do you can fix that. Overall it's a nice beginner amp, but when you decide to start a band try to go for a really big amp that you know is loud enough, you can save yourself some useful money.
This amp is incrediblly loud. When it is set ot the lowest setting it is louder than the Marshall combo amps at medium power. I've had it for 1 year now and there hasn't been a problem with it yet. Its a great investment.
I have just recently started to play guitar again and this amp is a good starter. Loud enough for my basement with some nice effects. I love the headphone jack and aux input which I use to plug in my MP3 player to "play" along with my favorites.