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Drive CD200R 20W Guitar Combo with Reverb
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20W, 8" speaker amp lets you splatter reverb across the footswitchable dual channels. 3-band EQ lets you dial in the perfect tone, while the headphon...Click To Read More About This Product
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Loud practice amp lets you rock with reverb.
20W, 8" speaker amp lets you splatter reverb across the footswitchable dual channels. 3-band EQ lets you dial in the perfect tone, while the headphone jack lets you jam without waking up the neighbors.
- 8" speaker
- Dual channels: clean/drive
- 3-band EQ
- Footswitch jack
- Headphone jack
- 14-1/2"W x 14-1/2"H x 8-1/2"D
- 19.8 lbs.
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I operate a small studio and I bought this amp for those times when a guitarist drops in, has a great riff, but no gear. Little did I know it would become a...Read complete review
I operate a small studio and I bought this amp for those times when a guitarist drops in, has a great riff, but no gear. Little did I know it would become a "requested" part of my recording arsenal. We call it "The Fist" as its 8" speaker and 20 watts makes it a very directional weapon perfect for close-in, precise micing. It can also scream with ferocity and you'll find yourself cranking up the bass and mids and reducing the treble to make this baby really growl. The only adjustment I've ever had to make was tightening down a couple of cabinet screws that rattled loose during a particularly harrowing sonic barrage. This little monster is a "MUST HAVE". Even the reverb is surprisingly sweet. At this price? Buy it NOW!
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Out of the box she ain't pretty, but that's not the issue(s). I wanted to hear this baby in action. So I get her plugged into my guitar and flip the...Read complete review
Out of the box she ain't pretty, but that's not the issue(s). I wanted to hear this baby in action. So I get her plugged into my guitar and flip the switch... good God! The first thing I hear as I begin to turn the control knobs up is this brain melting constant hiss and hum. As I'm working to try and get that under control I start to hear a radio broadcast in the background (on my children's eyes)! Turns out it's the reverb control. If you turn it down all the way no more radio reception. Neat feature huh? To make a long disaster story short... If you're young and starting out in a garage band and need a cheap amp to kick around and spill beer on "this bud's for you". Otherwise plan on throwing down at least one Benjamin on a quality practice amp.
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I hadn't heard much about Drive, but bought this amp because it received good reviews. I wasn't disappointed. The two channels both sound pretty good; both have a sharp sound. I would rather use a pedal for distortion. The reverb is kind of weak- I'm not sure it's worth the extra cash. The 3-band equalizer is nice, and this amp gets LOUD for its size with few negative effects- not much hum even when cranked. It looks sharper all the time with a unique styling. I'd buy this as a beginner or practice amp in a heartbeat, even after playing many other models in the same class.
I bought this amp a while ago because I wanted something cheap that I could mess around with. It is an awsome amp if you are going to just practice around with. The distortion is not that flexible and is not the best out there but it works. I bought a Boss DS-1 Pedal and am now very happy. The reverb is great and the amp is TO LOUD! If you want amp for a cheap price and don't care that much about tone then this is a great buy.
I would suggest saving a few dollars by getting the one that has no reverb because the reverb started making a really unwanted loud noise. it got so loud i couldn't even turn it on.My best suggestion is to skip on this amp and get the marshall that cost the same price.Overall ok beginner amp, but I still say get the other one.
I think that this amp is just ok basically because the reverb isn't all that great (not that I use it to often) and it's not that loud. I've had this amp for a while ago and I just recently got in a band. I'm gonna buy a new amp that sounds better and is louder. If your a serious musician I suggest you do the same. But if your just wantin to play alone I'd buy this one
Amp does everthing Fender frontman does plus 5 extra watts for extra kick and drive button that really kicks.
This is honestly the best you can get for your money. This thing is So loud for the size of it. I have the volume knob up maybe 1/30 of the way up (not exagerating) for normal use. The reverb is nice, works well. My only complaint for this amp is that the gain is somewhat rectified. Not a big deal though.
I was looking for a footswitchable practice amp. It was down to the Fender Frontman 25r and this. I took a chance on this. It's pretty much the same thing as the Fender, except the distortion seems to lack a bit more and this amp makes an annoying hum! Once you get playing you cant really hear it but this is unacceptable. Nice features but really poor quality. Well you know the saying, you get what you pay for. Would be nice if more pratice amps had footswitch jacks.
I bought this amp 3 months ago and so far I am not disappionted in it. The price is awesome and it sounds just as good as my friends Peavey. And the funny thing is my amp can go almost as loud as his even though his is a 40 watt! And this amp is durable. It's had its amount of drops. And it still plays great. I would recommend this. Both channels sound very good. I made it sound kinda classic rock. The problem is when you have reverb on all the way and just bump the amp it sounds like a bomb went off in the amp.
This is my first Amp so take this with a grain of salt. I play an acoustic/electric and was extreamly impressed with the sound. I was expecting a much quieter sound and maybe even tingy because of the price. However after ordering I recieved the amp in 1 day instead of the 3-5 days said on shipping page. After plugging it in WOW it was loud. I can't turn it over half way without it being too loud for the neibors and even turned up its sound is clear and rich. I highly recommend this amp and Musician's Friend.
i bought this with a drive s101 strat lookalike and i was impressed that it doesn't suck. the reverb is awesome, distortion is awesome. when dist is cranked, it is grungy and you can't tell if you mess up:) the clean channel isn't very good, but maybe it s the guitar, too. i'd recommend it if you want a decent amp that's not expensive and can kick out grunge noise.