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Ibanez TSA Series 30W Guitar Head
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The Ibanez TSA Series 30W guitar head creates natural clean sounds, fat crunch tones, and even warm smooth overdrive tones with the modified Tube Scr...Read More
Tube Screamer overdrive built into the circuitry of a 30W amp.
The Ibanez TSA Series 30W guitar head creates natural clean sounds, fat crunch tones, and even warm smooth overdrive tones with the modified Tube Screamer circuit built right into the amp. Perfectly matched with Celestion speakers, this amp can do it all. Clean, it'll produce a rich, clear tone. Drop it down into overdrive and the tube saturation will delight the toughest of the old school tone snobs. Featuring a full 3 band EQ and separate volume and gain controls for distortion at any level.
- Level, Gain and Tone Tube Screamer controls
- Gain, Bass, Middle, Treble and Volume controls
- Footswitchable 6db boost
- 2-12AX7 and 2-6L6 tubes
- Genuine Tube Screamer circuit built into the front end
Call or click to get pre amp, power amp and Tube Screamer distortion.
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- Easy To Use
- Excellent Sound
- Good Warmth
- Tolex is soft and easily damaged
- Amateur Recording
- Home Studio
- Professional Recording
Comments about Ibanez TSA Series 30W Guitar Head:
I was looking for a 6L6 based amp and this Ibanez TubeScreamer nailed it. I sampled it through the Seventy80 that comes in the Combo version and was blown away. I play it through my 2x12 with a V30 & Creamback and it sings. My JVM410H is jealous as it's rarely plugged in anymore.
Do yourself a favor and go play this amplifier somewhere or just buy the darn thing. For the price this is the best bang for the buck I've ever seen.
The only almost con is the white tolex/faux leather. It's REALLY easy to mar/scratch/mark, so be careful unless you like that broken in road worn look. I'm seriously considering getting the Ibanez IL15 to round out my dream tube stack (EL34 in the JVM, 6L6 in the TSA and EL84 in the Ibanez IL15, still love Vox too though, so many choices).