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Gorilla TC-35 35W Tube Cruncher Amp
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The Gorilla TC-35 Tube Cruncher -- 35W through a heavy-magnet 8" speaker never sounded so killer! 3-band EQ lets you dial in a wide range of tones fr...Click To Read More About This Product
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Way more powerful than you'd think, with very tube-like sound!
The Gorilla TC-35 Tube Cruncher -- 35W through a heavy-magnet 8" speaker never sounded so killer! 3-band EQ lets you dial in a wide range of tones from spanky clean to gritty crunch to screamin' overdrive. Headphone jack let's you do it in secret.
- 35 watts
- 3-band EQ
- Master volume knob
- Headphone jack
- 8" speaker
At this price, you can afford a pair of Gorilla TC-35s! Order today.
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Okay amp for the price. I wouldn't buy it again. It doesn't really have a clean channel, it's pretty much crunch or nothing. If the toned down is clean, then it's clean sounds horrible. I'm not a tone freak or anything, just I moved from a 10w marshall and I expected better. Save more, it's worth it.
I bought mine in 82 - Still jammin thru it today. It's been stored in the damp, the heat, the cold, dropped, stuff spilled on it. It's been used in shows (D.I.), recorded with extensively, and I doubt that I'll ever get rid of it. I can tweak the E.Q. and pre to get any sound I want and it gets loud enough to get decent usable feedback - it's been a great practice amp, which is what it's designed for. Resoldered main output capacitor about 5 yrs ago(it's an easy to fix cold solder joint that finally shook loose) No, it won't make ears bleed from 50 feet away - but it will serve you well in every other aspect.
I bought the Gorilla TC-35 used a few months ago. I was looking for a cheap amp to get me by for home practice. I ended up getting a pretty good amp that I am satisfied with. The amp's master volume does not get very loud, so you often have to turn up your guitar's volume. If you turn up the overdrive knob, though, it gets very loud. The overdrive isn't the best, but it does sound quite good. It sounds pretty good clean, and sounds very good with my Ibanez distortion pedal. My amp sputters a little bit when adjusting the volume or overdrive, but fixes itself after a couple seconds. Overall, this is a good buy.
14 years ago my father gave me this amp. The manufacture date on the back is DEC 1986. In 20 years this amp has not changed except for the wattage. Even at 20 years old, this amp is still alive a kicking and sounding great. Perfect amp to learn with, or just jam out in your room. Never once had a problem with it. Durable and sounds great.
I borrowed this amp from my friend about a month ago. He took very good care of it and was in nearly mint condition. I was impressed with the incredible sound it put out for such a small amp. Definitely good for beginners and small giggers. If your starting a garage band this amp is perfect for you. It definitely screams over any drummer and the reverb is pretty sweet. The only reason I rated it kind of low was the feed back. Minor feed back but nothing I cant handle. Defenitly worth every penny.
This thing rocks! I have a much older version of this amp. It's actually a 50 watt, but I think this is the replacement. Gorilla amps have been around for a long time and I can hear why: crank up the overdrive for a crunchy crisp sound, and turn it down for a great clean tone. This is great for a beginner or for the not-so-beginner for practice or even studio. Great amp for the money.
Great amp for the price and durability.