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Ibanez Troubadour TA225 Stereo Acoustic Combo
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Real stereo advanced sonic engineering combined with mini-tweeters and onboard chorus reproduce acoustic tones with amazing clarity, warmth, and accu...Read More
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Perfect combo for the traveling singer/songwriter!
Real stereo advanced sonic engineering combined with mini-tweeters and onboard chorus reproduce acoustic tones with amazing clarity, warmth, and accuracy. Vocal channel features XLR and 1/4" inputs, 2-band EQ, and level control. Guitar channel features 1/4" inputs, 3-band EQ with sweepable mid, chorus speed and depth, and level. Effects loop, line out, and footswitchable reverb provide full pro flexibility. 50W (25W per stereo side), and dual 10" Power Jam speakers.
- 50W (25W per stereo side)
- 2 - 10" Power Jam speakers with tweeters
- Real stereo
- Vocal channel:
- XLR and 1/4" ins
- 2-band EQ
- Guitar channel:
- 1/4" ins
- 3-band EQ with sweepable mid
- Chorus speed and depth
- Effects loop
- Line out
When you're your own roadie, soundman, and rhythm section, you need a combo that can do it all. You've found it. Order now.
Troubadour TA225 Stereo Acoustic Combo
- 25"W x 19-1/2"H x 10-1/2"D
- 46-1/5 lbs.
Reviewed by 4 customers
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i have owned this amp for a little over 2 years now. i play and sing through it with the 2 channels option when i practice and it sounds fantastic
Warm and clear sound, even at a high sound. Great amp!
I was set to order a Carvin when I saw this one at the MF outlet store. I tried several different guitars with it and was very impressed so I bought it. I've had it almost 2 years now and am still impressed each time I use it. I can't imagine any features that it needs added. The reverb is perfect for acoustics. Not that "yell in a well" sound but instead subtle, but obvious. I'm not a big chorus fan but this one is ok. It might add a little too much midrange for my tastes but not terrible. I was skeptical about the 3 position EQ but the notch feature makes the EQ almost infinite. I can dial in all my guitars just to suit me with it. The only reason I gave it a 7 for quality was that it had a rattle that occurred anytime you hit an open A string at much volume. I took the back off and found that the chassis was loose at it's mounting screws. Tightened them all up and the rattle went away for a while but came back. The next time I put in some longer screws with a little glue on them and the rattle hasn't come back in over a year. A VERY nice looking amp with heavy vinyl covering and gold accents. I'm thoroughly happy with it in every way. I think the two 10s plus tweeters is the perfect setup for an acoustic and am glad that I found this one...not to mention saving several bucks in the process.
Deep bass, brilliant highs, killer chorus... made my gretch sound like a Taylor.