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Epiphone Galaxie 10 Tube Combo  

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All-tube Class A design (12AX7 and 6L6 tubes). 10W. 10" Celestion Tube 10 speaker. Gain and volume controls. 3-band EQ. On/Off/Standby toggle switch....Read More

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Cute as a bug, hot as a pistol.

All-tube Class A design (12AX7 and 6L6 tubes). 10W. 10" Celestion Tube 10 speaker. Gain and volume controls. 3-band EQ. On/Off/Standby toggle switch. Very cool, very retro cab design and tube tone that won't quit.

FEATURES
  • All-tube Class A design
  • 12AX7 and 6L6 tubes
  • 10W
  • 10" Celestion Tube 10 speaker
  • Gain and volume controls
  • 3-band EQ
  • On/Off/Standby toggle switch
  • Retro cab design
  • Tube tone that won't quit
  • 18"W x 16"H x 11"D

A very cool amp that collectors will surely want to snag. Order yours today.

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4.4

(based on 24 reviews)

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Rockin' little amp

I've had this amp for almost a year now and it performs very well. The sound is very clean and generally mellow at low gain settings. It's starts to show show some grit at...Read complete review

I've had this amp for almost a year now and it performs very well. The sound is very clean and generally mellow at low gain settings. It's starts to show show some grit at around 11 o'clock and begins to clip at 3 to 4 o'clock. The distortion sound is very creamy and sustains well. For 10 watts, it plays pretty loud, loud enough to keep up with a drummer, playing jazz style, or with brushes. A full on rock clubber, forget it, come on it's 10 watts! Overall, it's a great amp for what it does well and I have recorded with it with great results. I play my Wahburn Idol through it and have also played an old Kay hollowbody through it and both sound nice and warm with good clarity. My only complaint is that there is no built in reverb on it.

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Suprised

I miss a few features that I have on my Behringer (older)212, which I HAD planned on replacing. When the Amp arrived it's vinyl covering was peeling off the back of the...Read complete review

I miss a few features that I have on my Behringer (older)212, which I HAD planned on replacing. When the Amp arrived it's vinyl covering was peeling off the back of the unit, not from workmanship but from, I believe, heat during storage. The Amp is suprisingly simple and an excellent unit for what you pay for. I can hide a lot of mistakes with the behringers effects. The epiphone is so clear that you will hear every mistake you make. A great little Tube Amp!

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4.0

Great Practice Amp

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

This was my first experience with a tube amp, and I have to admit I was impressed. Crank the gain knob all the way up and start rockin'.

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5.0

holy class A,true tubes!

I was curious about this amp. Very curious. Lucky for me it delivers the goods. And then some. I've owned mine for over a year. I tried all the other smaller tube amps. This one wins hands down for tone every time. Get one. You won't be dissapointed.

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4.0

Great Amp for the money

By D. Farrar

from Nashville, TN

Good blusey amp

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(1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

Suprised

By Tommy-q_P6j

from Endicott, NY

I miss a few features that I have on my Behringer (older)212, which I HAD planned on replacing. When the Amp arrived it's vinyl covering was peeling off the back of the unit, not from workmanship but from, I believe, heat during storage. The Amp is suprisingly simple and an excellent unit for what you pay for. I can hide a lot of mistakes with the behringers effects. The epiphone is so clear that you will hear every mistake you make. A great little Tube Amp!

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(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Great Value, 'specially on sale

By JT-BblD7

from Seattle, WA

I love my new little Epi Amp, nice tone, good looks, and the right price. Of course, I wish it had reverb and trem, but that's not what this amp is about. This little guy is just right for toting to guitar lessons and still getting real tube tone.

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4.0

FatButSmallBluesySound

By S.T.P.U.I.C.I.Y.M.

from Bowie, Maryland

Light heart bluesy sounding little thing...Unlike the Galaxie 25 model - this little unit does not have "reverb"...all good though...it does have "overdrive", a seperate knob for it and everything...where the Galaxie 25 does not have "overdrive"...I own both and know that they are a "good deal" but please do not listen to the "add's" that compare the "10" series to the "25" series...They look alike but that is where the comparison ends...

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5.0

All I need

By Joerg

from Boken, NJ

I put in a JJ 12AT7 and a used Ruby 6L6. Now I am getting BB King style creamy sound distortion with gain knob at 5 and AC/DC-type at 10, both on a humbucker-equipped guitar. Crisp and not muddy at all. No hum, but a nice bass punch through the Celestion. Happy about the switcheable 230/110 Volt supply.

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5.0

Great Tube, Crunch Sound.....

By ePVE1o-2v

from baltimore, MD

The power tube was slightly cracked when I got the amp. No big deal, these things happen. Replaced the tube w/ basically the same Sovtek model and it sounds absolutely fantastic, especially with a quality single coil neck pick up. Especially great for rhythm playing. Great degrees of crunch w/ gain knob. Recommended.

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4.0

Great tubes

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

I have to say out of the box it is not too useful. but like the reviewer below I replaced tubes with jj/tesla's, and I use boosters (Sweetsound and EH LPB-2) to get overdrive and it sounds fanastic for the price. It's good that it has a little more headroom out of the box as I can get a very nice clean sound from it. the squeal is probably the lack of a -ve feedback loop, however if you place any pedal in the chain it will go away (except if true bypass). It doesn't have a s much 'bottom as my 1970 fender princeton but it only has a small speaker. I've gigged with it 5 times and never had a problem with it.

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5.0

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By Wild Hare

from Torrey, UT

Great Harp amp! Not a lot of features (don't need'em!). Headphone jack would be nice.

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