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Ibanez MIMX65 MIMX 65W 1x12 Guitar Combo
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The MIMX Guitar combo amplifier offers features that outspec many amps in the same price range: 11 amp models of classic, British, American, and bout...Click To Read More About This Product
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The MIMX Guitar combo amplifier offers features that outspec many amps in the same price range: 11 amp models of classic, British, American, and boutique amps, 10 programmable patches, 13 digital effects. In addition, MIMX (pronounced "mimics") provides 50 rhythm patterns to play along with.
11 amp models with the extremely wide amp/tonal type variation. Features ten of the classic British, American and boutique amp models plus an original Ibanez high-gain "Psycho" model.
The guitar speaker cab has 10 programmable patches. Any combination of settings can be auditioned and adjusted in real time and then saved to any one of the 10 memory locations. This includes amp model, equalization settings and digital effects and their particular parameters.
The Ibanez MIMX has 50 rhythm patterns for any kind of practice, recording or single gig: metal, Latin, hip-hop, ballad, shuffle, hard rock and much more.
13 Digital effects (up to 3 effects simultaneously)
Four Modulation Type Effects:
CHORUS: with Depth, Rate and Mix programmable parameters.
FLANGER: with Depth, Rate and Mix programmable parameters.
VIBRATO: with Depth, Rate and Mix programmable parameters.
STEP: with Depth, Rate and Mix programmable parameters.
Four Delay/Reverb Type Effects
DELAY: with Time, Rate and Mix programmable parameters.
ECHO: with Time, Rate and Mix programmable parameters.
HALL: Reverb: with Decay, Tone and Mix programmable parameters.
ROOM: Reverb: with Decay, Tone and Mix programmable parameters.
Five Expression Pedal-type Effects Accessible via the OPTIONAL Pedal Controller
VOLUME: for Real Time Volume Change via Pedal Position
RING MODULATOR: with Pedal Position, Tone and Mix functions
AUTO RESONANCE: with Pedal Position, Sense and Resonance functions
WAH WAH: with Frequency and Level functions
PEDAL PITCH: with Real Time Pitch Control and Color (pitch function)
Plus a built-in fully chromatic tuner
- 65-watt guitar amp
- 12" Speaker
- Fully digital programmable preamp with 11 amp models, 10 memory locations, 50 rhythm patterns and 13 digital effects.
- 1/4" CD/MP3 input jack
- 1/4" headphones/record out jack
- Closed-back cabinet design
- Optional IFC2 foot controller
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- 19.5"W 17.8"H 10.1"D
- Weight: 37lbs
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this is the best combo i've ever played. very little feedback under maximum distortions, lots of effects to play with, and with the extra pedal it comes with, it's just plain awesome. if you get it, try using delay with the wah pedal. awesome.
I picked this amplifier up recently, I have never had an ibanez amplifier so I had mixed opinions.Out of the box it's pretty straight foward, it takes a little while getting used to the effects and settings, sort of like the line 6 or behringer amps.Price wise, it is a little expensive, also my main complaint is the pedals that connect to this amplifier.Ibanez has two different pedals, one with an expression pedal, the other one is just a 2 stomp job, Ibanez should have made a programmable midi option for this amplifier.the modeling part on this amplifier is nice, but my complaint is the speaker, it looks like a low end emminence, I swapped it for a celestion and it sounds a lot more open with good presence.
Got this yesterday and played it for about four hours. Major issues! It makes some sort of static like crackling, especially noted when the delay is on. The more delay, the worse it gets, in pulse with the delay. Even with all effects turned off it sounds like the speaker is intermittantly breaking up and it's not because I had the thing turned up too much. This thing gets LOUD, but I had the master volume around 2 or 3 and still, occasional break-up of the speaker. I'm returning it tomorrow.
It's a pretty nice amp. It's got a ton of features, effects, and amp models on it. It's a powerhouse as well, I only had it about half-way up and I had to turn it down because it was too loud. I only played it to test it out, so I didn't have instructions on how to use it, so the effects are kind of difficult to work to me, but over all, it's a great amp, I'd suggest it to anyone who plays very diverse music.
Sound's tight, dynamics are tight, plus it's totally capable of giving you that extra kick you want for your live sound. Tone freaks rejoice.
A very nice amp actually and worthy of the 5-star rating that I gave it. However, it was too sterile-sounding and predictable for me so I went for the warmth and simplicity of a tube amp.
I was going to but the 100 watt marshall combo. It was great but this one really caught my eye. It's a great amp, it's worth every penny. I use it during band practice and it gets the job done. To those who are doubtful, don't be. Its an epic amp! When my band does more live shows I will invest for the head and buy a cab. This amp offers a diverse sound. It's great for any style.
Pros - built in drum machine, easy to use, it is possible to get an ok sound, good beginner amp, great for anyone as a private practice amp, loud enough for band practiceCons - the sound quality of the different amps and effects (just not very good), the pedal is optional and you need to keep clicking through presets to reach the one you want, the price is a little high for this amp (the sound quality doesn't justify it)The saving grace of this amp is it's drum machine. In fact it's the one feature that makes this amp worth considering, since you can easily get a much better sounding amp for the price (keep in mind that the drums don't sound great, just a neat feature). But if you just need something for private practice sessions, or to give lessons, it's not a bad choice.