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Kustom Dart 10FX Combo Practice Guitar Amplifier
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With die-cast Kustom logo, jet-black grille cloth, white piping and stylish control panel layouts, the Dart 10FX guitar speaker combo features an upt...Read More
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A sweetheart practice amp with fantastic tone.
With die-cast Kustom logo, jet-black grille cloth, white piping and stylish control panel layouts, the Dart 10FX guitar speaker combo features an uptown look. It combines 10W of power with a 2-channel (Clean/Lead) design, a 3-band EQ and a digital effects control that toggles between reverb and delay selections. Although small in size, the Dart amplifier will surprise guitarists with its rich, clean tone, smooth distortion characteristics, and "big amp" impact.
- 10W RMS output
- 6.5" speaker
- Solid-state preamp
- 2 channels (Clean and Lead)
- 3-band EQ
- Analog reverb and delay
- Headphone jack
Dart 10FX Combo Practice Guitar Amplifier
- Dimensions: 13"W x 11-2/5"H x 7-4/5"D
- Weight: 13-1/5 lbs/ 6.0 kg
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This is my second and my current amplifier, i have the '66 Dart Edition (same basic thing accept for the '66 has some sort of weird padding kinda cool looking gives it a retro look). Well the distortion needs a little bit of work, no matter what i do in high gain situations its hard to cut down the bass on it, it gets a polished modern rock sound which i dont like all that much but my boss metal zone seems to fix that. The effects (Delay, and Reverb) are just plain awesome, my only complaint is when distorted you can hardly hear the delay, the reverb is just powerful and beautiful, makes me wanna play some guns n roses.The Clean Channel is really good you can get a really creepy tone with the delay set up right and with reverb it just sounds beatiful for something like paradise city.Overall its a great practice amp if anything would go wrong on it though i'd probably just get a Vox Valvetronix VT15.Rock On
I've been playing guitar now for three years and I've had this amp for two and a half, to sum up my opinion, it's worth it. If you're just beginging or if you need to have a practice amp then this is your best friend. the features arent' so great the only thing that I use is the reverb but since there is no footswitch I don't even use that too often. I've used other amps (some very expensive) and I still like mine. it is loud enough to be heard over a drum kit if you're into jamming and really it is just a great price. I'm looking into buying another one and maybe a rocktron deep blue chorus pedal to get that stereo effect. my suggestion? 1)get one 2)hook up your guitar and turn the tone way down 3) bring the low part of the equilizer up and the mid section down 4) hook up your distortion 5) jam...or jus play...your choice.
I purchased this amp from a local music shop about 2 months ago, not really sure what to expect. What I found was a pretty good little amp, for the price --I only paid $80 for it. Sounds just fine on clean; sounds great with the gain turned up, as well. The effects aren't super detectable at low volumes, but when you crank it up, they work just fine. All in all, it's a pretty good practice amp for a beginner.