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Ibanez TA35 35 Watt Acoustic Amp
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The Ibanez TA35 35 Watt Acoustic Amp is a really great value. 16-1/2"W x 17"H x 14-1/2"D sealed-back cab weighs only 31 lbs. and can be tilted back f...Read More
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Full-bodied, well-balanced acoustic tone and flexible placement options.
The Ibanez TA35 35 Watt Acoustic Amp is a really great value. 16-1/2"W x 17"H x 14-1/2"D sealed-back cab weighs only 31 lbs. and can be tilted back for increased projection and self-monitoring. 10" speaker with coaxial tweeter provides robust midrange and crisp highs perfect for acoustic guitar and vocals. Dedicated guitar and vocal channels. Other pro features include switchable chorus with speed and depth control, switchable reverb with level control, active 3-band EQ with sweepable midrange, internal limiter, XLR balanced input for mic, and CD/Aux input for prerecorded accompaniment. Master volume, line out, and footswitch jack.
- 10" speaker with coaxial tweeter
- Sealed-back cab
- Tilted back design
- Dedicated guitar and vocal channels
- Switchable chorus with speed and depth control
- Switchable reverb with level control
- Active 3-band EQ with sweepable midrange
- Internal limiter
- XLR balanced input for mic
- CD/Aux input
- Master volume
- Line out
- Footswitch jack
Perfect system for solo acts! Put it in the cart now for great-sounding trouble-free gigs.
TA35 35 Watt Acoustic Amp
- 16-1/2"W x 17"H x 14-1/2"D
- 31 lbs.
Reviewed by 20 customers
I bought this to play at home. Just because it was cheap. But I now perform with this every week. Every week. Works great. Sounds great. It's only meant to be used as a solo performers small PA. Not for large halls with a band. I'm so surprised at the sound. Great for the money.
To be honest, I really wanted the Fender Acoustasonic. I played the amp and it sounded great. I liked the features, but the price tag wasn't just right for me. I began to do my homework on-line and I found the Ibanez TA35. After reading several reviews, I decided to give it a go without playing it. Here's what I found:It does have a nice tone. I read that it didn't really give you a good mid-range, but I found that to be okay. I also read that it wasn't very loud, and I can affirm that statement. You wouldn't want to use this with a heavy handed drummer, at least not without using the line out feature into a PA. I recently used that feature during a live performance and it worked great. I used the amp as a monitor to get a little more of my guitar.In terms of effects, the chorus and reverb both sound nice. And if used in moderation, they can really add to the tone of your guitar. Now the downside. Mine has a slight buzz when you play the low E string open. If you ever use a palm mute technique, it's worse. Overall, it wasn't noticable live, but I can hear it when I'm playing quietly at home. I haven't tried the mic input. That's not why I bought the amp, so I probably won't use it.Overall, I'm happy. I don't think that it's better than the Acoustasonic, but it's worth the price you pay for it.
I have just spent a week trying to get a new volume potentiometer for this unit. On the Ibanez Web site, 2003 was the last year you can find parts manuals for acoustic amps. The repair center in the US said Ibanez does not sell amp parts. The only site I found for the part was in CHINA with no US distributer.
I recently purchased this unit after trying it out at the local music store with mics and guitars. It has a great sound when used for it's intended purpose. solo entertainer..no monitor necessary. I can play to a nice size audience in or outdoors. Used it for a couple shows already and I think I could've have sold mine several times. It sounds great and the price is dirt cheap. Highly recommend it.
I bought this amplifier for about this price at a local music store near me and was very pleased with it. This amp was the nicest and least expensive of its kind (35 watts). A run use it with an Ovation CC244 celebrity and it sounds wonderful. The controls on it are nice especially the spring reverb and chorus effect. Though if you turn it up too high you will get awful feedback if you are too close to it (I haven't tried from far away). The fact that you can rn a microphone through it too also adds to the features of this amp. The thing that sold if for me though was definitly the price you get this amp much les then the Fenders which are the same. If you want a wonderfully sounding amp without emptying your wallet buy this amp.
I?m not sure if it is the amp or the speaker, but the TA 35 is very thin sounding. Though it has plenty bass and tremendous high-end as well I found this amp to be just that and nothing else. It?s not a complete full sound and there is no way amend the situation with the controls. It?s either too much or too little always no matter what you do. I had it for a week, and I even played on a Blue grass gig and now I?m sending it back. I?m applying the cost of this towards a Fishman Loud-box 100.
This is a great little amp. After trying one out in a music store, I was surprised to see the low price and just had to buy it. The sound is awesome had has cool features like chorus and reverb. It can also be used as a monitor that I never use but may in the future. However, I would not use this amp in a full-band setting because the amp does lack volume. I just use it for personal use with my classical guitar and it does a great job.
This amp cranks, and the price is awesome. With free shipping, you can't beat it. Great enough for small halls, and also fine as a practice amp around the house. I haven't run a mike through it yet, but for guitar, it rocks.
I had ordered a yorkville am-100 before x-mas but my wife bought me this amp as a gift. It sounds great. I play a seagul with pickup and a martin hd-28, and use a mic with this amp as a monitor. The tone is very natural. People in the back say it sounds very full and real. Sometimes the low end feeds back a little, but it can be dealt easily with e/q. My yorkville is for sale.
I play weekends in a classic rock band and needed an acoustic amp to monitor and "Line Out" a new custom brazilian rosewood acoustic guitar that I wanted to play on stage. A much better sound than a convetional electric amp, but it has it's problems. 1. To much high end on the overall sound. Sounds very thin and "tinny". After working with the eq's, I finally got a sound I could live with. 2. The chorus effect when engaged has a hiss to it and changes the overall sound of the amp to an even more tinny sound. Finally got the sound I wanted with a multi-effects processor. Turned the on board chorus off, and used the processor effects. If this is to be used as a monitor going to a PA for the main sound, it will do nicely, but if you are relying on the amp as your only source of sound, you will be dissappointed.