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Ibanez TB50R 50W Tone Blaster Amp
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Blast your way through the wall with 50 crankin' watts and a 12" Power Jam speaker. 2 discrete, footswitchable channels with clean to suck 'em in, an...Click To Read More About This Product
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Bone-grinding crunch, skin-peeling screams: Tone Blaster!
Blast your way through the wall with 50 crankin' watts and a 12" Power Jam speaker. 2 discrete, footswitchable channels with clean to suck 'em in, and crunch to smack 'em down. You can punch in a crunch circuit on the clean channel or a mid-shift on the overdrive channel. Features an effects loop, headphone, footswitch, and speaker extension jacks. 40 pounds.
- 12" Power Jam speaker
- Clean and crunch tones
- Footswitchable mid-shift on the overdrive channel
Don't be a wimp. Dare to blast it out today!
Reviewed by 15 customers
I use this amp with a boss metal zone distortion pedal and man does it sound awsome. It gets loud enough for practices. I have had it for a year and nothing has happended to it. It's a good amp.
About 3 years ago, I decided to buy a decent solid state amp to use alongside my tube amps (Fender twin-reverb, budda 2x12, gibson goldtone) on stage. Let's face it: I'm a tone freak. I do whatever I can to make my tone sound as good as it can. I really like the sound of this amp because it balances well with good tube amps. If you use a number of tube amps on stage, I highly reccommend you buy this as well because of its low-end. The partially close backed cabinet really helps the bass slap at you...the response is great. I don't know how this amp would sound with other guitars...I only use a collection of vintage and custom fenders on stage, but I'm sure it could sound great no matter what. Two things I wasn't so happy about: 1. Reverb - there is only one substitute for reverb that isn't spring reverb or natural reverb in a good hall, and that is the electro-harmonix holy grail. buy it with this amp. 2. After a while, this amp started to get a slight hum and hiss, but this is easily cleaned up by a Boss NS-2 (the third of my rig) in the effects loop. I like the three band eq on both channels, although I rarely use more than the boost overdrive on the clean. I just don't like distortion...overdrive beats distortion...no contest. I like this amp a lot, check it out.
I traded in the Ibanez 10watt amp that I received when I bought my Ibanez guitar and then I got the Tone Blaster 50 for Christmas two years ago. It works very well. When I have it in my room and you turn up the bass, you can feel the floor vibrate. I use this amp along with my Ibanez guitar and the zoom GFX-5 effects processor. Sounds great. If you are a beginner guitarist and are buying supplies for the first time, I would recommend this amp. It is a good starter along with sound effects using the clean channel. Do not use guitar effects along with the overdrive channel because it will sound overdistorted(does not sound very good). Other than that I think any beginner or guitarist who likes to play for the fun of it will like this amp.
i bought the ibanez tone blaster for the power but i got more then that! this amp has very powerfull overdrive and the boost realy brings this amp alive for the chours or loud parts of the songs. however this amp has limited effects (reverb) but if u need all the effects then you should buy pettals to get the perfect tones that you are looking for. over all this amp is loud and has good sound and best of all it is very mobile with the small size of it.
i love this amp its only a 50watt but it sounds like a 70 or even 80 watts of power is in it
i like this amp because of its nice distortion sound, I use it for a rhythm distortion, the clean i'm not so fond about, but it's still an excellent buy. If you're looking for a loud amp at a not so loud price, this is the amp.
OMG! This amp was perfect! The overdrive is freakin' great! It goes great with my Ibanez GSA60 Electric Guitar. The reverb, overdrive, and clean all sound perfect. I highly suggest this amp!
I have owned this guitar now for 2 years and I have yet to hear any wearing of the speaker.I own a Silvertone Paul Stanley Apocalypse Special And they sound Great Together. I also own a Digitech RP80 Modeling Guitar Processer.If You Buy all these and put them together It Sounds GREAT!
this amp kicks like a mule, superb distortian, bell-like tones. very nice clean channel and the reverb is top notch. built to last. an impressive buy, to say the least.
it's a great hardcore amp, good for heavy stuff. but on the clean channel, it could be a little too heavy if you have it cranked up.