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Drive CD300-8G Guitar Combo
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30W of power, a 10" speaker, clean/overdrive switch, EQ for lows, mids, and highs, and an effects processor with 8 effects and 16 presets. High/low i...Click To Read More About This Product
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A 2-channel performer with digital effects.
30W of power, a 10" speaker, clean/overdrive switch, EQ for lows, mids, and highs, and an effects processor with 8 effects and 16 presets. High/low input and an effects loop. The basic stuff in a great amp for jamming or small gigs. 16-7/8"W x 18-13/16"H x 9-13/16"D. 24 lbs.
- 30W of power
- 10" speaker
- Clean and overdrive channels
- EQ for lows, mids, and highs
- Effects processor with 8 effects and 16 presets High/low input
- Effects loop
- 16-7/8"W x 18-13/16"H x 9-13/16"D
- 24 lbs.
- Effects include:
- Digital Spring Reverb
- Chorus/ Slap Delay
- Slow Chorus/Reverb
- 320ms Delay
- Chorus/60ms delay
- Rotary Chorus
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this has been a great buy for me. works perfect in my bedroom. you WILL NOT be disapointed.you have nothing to loose.
this amp is good for the starting-out musiscian you get alot for a little, but i hve had on for about three months and it is already malfunctioning. On either of the two channels i will be playing and right during then the amp will get really quiet and then go back to normal. it does it on any kind of volume loud or soft, i don't like this beacause if you were performing it would all the sudden just get quiet in the middle of the song. i would say you should by a different amp.
It is cheaply made. Controls are for show. Do not work. Not worth $99.00. I shud have spent more money & got a quality amp. A 15W Peavy wud have been better. (made in Korea)
hey, a good amp, i bought it when i was first starting, i like the effects that come with it.
About 6 months ago I got a plywood '80s Squier II from my grandpa(it was his, but he didn't use it anymore), and he sold it to me with the little Fender 15G or sumthing like that. Anyway I sold the amp to a friend because half the time the knobs didn't work, and then a few weeks ago I sold my S-II . Anyway I went to find an inexpensive practice amp around 30W and I came across this(I knew nothing about tone at the time) and I thought "hey cool! 30 watts and 8 effects for just $120!" so I ordered it. I'm planning on selling it pretty soon and getting a B-52 or a Line 6. The overdrive on this thing is pitiful. I haven't tried any pedals with it as of yet. The cleans are OK. The one thing I did like was that through the headphones it had a fairly decent sound with both channels. Once I plugged some 40W Harmon Kardon HK-695s into the headphone jack and I got a pretty good sound, even turned up. The only problem was that the speakers had a nasty hum. Not sure if there's anything I can do about that-they're computer speakers anyway. I haven't had any problems with this except that when you turn it off it makes a popping sound, typical of most every cheap amp. Not a terribly good deal but if you want a cheap amp and don't care about the sound, this one's for you.
this used to be a good amp now it frys out and it pretty much sucks