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Your compact companion for jamming on the go has arriuved.
From Ibanez comes the GTA10, a member of the GTA amp series that focuses on maximizing the sound capable in the minimal amount of casing and construction. Weighing in at only 15 lb., you'll be amazed at the power and defintion that is possible in this little wonder. It features 10W of amplified guitar tone, pumping out into a single 5" speaker for a bright, and punchy tone that could cut glass—if you want it to. The controls include gain, volume, and 3-band EQ. The headphone jack also provides the ability to perform silently in privacy, so you can focus on technique, and the intricacies of your masterful work. Housed in a black vinyl enclosure, the GTA10 looks sleek and sounds amazing.
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This Amp is ok. It's not good but not bad either. Its distortion isn't great but it's ok. This amp has no volume without gain though. It gets kinda loud but wont stand up to anything bigger than it.
Well, it is an okay amp. I use it sometimes and it holds up pretty good. This amp can get really loud. The distortion is like a really junk overdrive and the clean sounds okay, coming from a cheap amp. When i use pedals it brings this amp to life, it is pretty durable had no problems with it except it has a distorted sound when i put the amp on clean. I think i damaged the speaker from turning the volume on max, but whatever, ill just get like a vox or marshall amp.
Looks good .Has no clean volume!I did not expect much and got less.At full volume with no gain my solid body guitar(Ibanez rg370 & s470) is as loud or louder.If you add gain it then gets louder but distortswhich might be great if you are looking to play only distortion. The 10 watts of power would be fine for my use but I was really expecting it to have clean sound with some volume.I have a squier champ 15 watt and I love it.I also have a crate 15 watt and it is very loud and it also can be clean or add gain for distortion.I like distortion some times but not all the time.I have been playing for 40 years. I have a sunn cepter and an ampeg v4 with 2 4x12 cabs.,but for just playing around the house or in my fla. vacation home or my jersey shore summer home the small amps have been perfect.I guess I should have returned it and I still might . I play a pretty wide range of music from old blues to system of a down with lots of rock and roll and just jammin'
Let me tell you something right now. If you are on an EXTREME budget, get this amp. I've never seen an amp better for this price. It sounds great clean and the distortion is nice and crisp. It gets some feedback and noise, but what do you expect? If you're on an extreme budget, GET IT
...a cheap small amp. It is 10 watts, it's got a tiny speaker and it ain't a tube amp. However for the money it's a great living room jam/practice amp. It's got a decent amount of tone shaping with gain, bass, treble and mid and enough volume to at least annoy. I plugged in my '89 Squier Bullet and had some fun with it. For what it is and the price and the free amp stand I'm happy.