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A raging river of 100 dangerous watts runs smack into 2 huge, honkin' 12" speakers, resulting in a sonic blast of seismic proportions. 2 footswitchable channels give you gain and volume controls for crunchy rhythm and smokin' lead tones. Tweak your tone to perfection with 3-band EQ, spring reverb, and presence control. Includes headphone and speaker outs plus an effects loop.
GS-100R 2x12 100W Guitar Combo Silver
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Any negative reviews need to learn a thing or two
Anyone who says this amp is crap needs to learn a thing or two. With the music that i play i demand alot out of my amp. This amp doesn't have the best feature's...Read complete review
Anyone who says this amp is crap needs to learn a thing or two. With the music that i play i demand alot out of my amp. This amp doesn't have the best feature's for deathmetal. It really doesn't come close. But i write and play things like Vehemence and mix in acoustic riff's. And for that this amp serves the purpose grandly. For classic rock i think that it does pretty well. The overdrive on this thing may let you down. You can't take it to seriously heavy stuff. But if you just want mild overdive to it then it works. And you turn up the reverb all the way it sounds pretty good. I dont really use reverb though. But i have like the best distortion pedal for what i play. The DOD Deathmetal Distortion Pedal. It tops anything that i've heared and i've heared them all. I hook that up to the amp and it goes from a kitten to a lion. If you have a good guitar and this distortion pedal then you will destroy the the riffs. It'll bring you more bass than you can litterally use. This is really a good amp for all music's with the right pedal if you want to take it to the heaviest of metals. It's great for playing small clubs, full on jammin with the band, or quiet as a mouse so that you dont wake up your roomates. I also hook up my cd player to it sometimes at party's when were not playin and it works amazingly as a system. Pretty much this amp does have the ability to bring you the power that you could want. You just have to get the right pedal if your not playin the Beach Boys or somethin.
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You get what you pay for
this amp may seem like an incredibly awesome deal but you better think twice before you buy thisthe features are actually pretty good, i especially like the presence knob, this amp has all the...Read complete review
this amp may seem like an incredibly awesome deal but you better think twice before you buy thisthe features are actually pretty good, i especially like the presence knob, this amp has all the controls you need and none you dontthe quality:pros1) its built really good2) the distortion channel sounds amazing for punk when the colume is fairly low3) the clean channel has a nice tight thick tonecons1)the bas EQ knob just snapped off hen i was adjusting it2)this amp isnt very loud , it says its 100w but my friend's 65w is a fairly good amount louder3)its pretty heavy compared to other twins4)when the volume is turned up past four, you get this horrible noise i dont no how to describe it but it sounds like the amp fell amd hit the ground and it gives of this airy boomy grinding sound and its really bad5) if u want to use effects forget it because it will sound thin, airy and it will not have any ball especially if it is a distortion pedal/effectif you plan on starting a band or want to have a good sound when its live dont buy this ampif you want to save money and get a decent set up, wait and buy a lower priced crate head and a marshall mg cab that will run you more then twice the price but you will have great sound and be able to maintain your tone when you are loud
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This amp is a joke. I play on this thing in a band (hopefully not too much longer) but i have the clean at around 8 and it barely even gets to the drums. You are WAY better off spending alittle bit more and getting something that will actually sound like 100 watts. The distortion on this amp is a joke so don't even try, the reverb is barely heard even at 10, and this amp has pretty bad prescence. You get what you pay for but I suppose this amp might work for beginners.
not the best distortion, but use a distortion pedal and its fine
Its good for the price , make sure you also buy a foot switch , and a effects pedal , the distortion on the amp isnt the best if ya know what i mean , but its good
It is a great amp for the money. It is very loud. The clean channel is very clean & the dirty channel sounds great. I think it is the Best amp you can buy for the money. I am very happy with it.
well i own this amp its good for the price but doesnt sond all that great well you get what you pay for but its preaty cool i put new celestions in mine and it sounds killer
This amp, is a really good amp, that everyone should have. If you want the Marshall Quality, but cheaper price, this is the amp for you. I have one and I love how it sounds. It is really good with a Digitech Metal Master Distortion switch.
This amp is great if you need a loud clean sound. the distortion is Terrible. I use mine along with my Zoom multi effects and it works great. Do not get this amp if you do not have effects to use with it. The EQ controls do not do much at all to the sound, and the amp is very noisy. you have to turn it up to at least 3 just to get a clean sound without fuzz.
It's a great amp if you're on a tight budget. It gets the job done, but it's not the greatest.
i love this amp alot it has such a rich clean sound
It's a terrible amp! I sent it back right away! Way too treble for my taste, and every other guitarist I know for that matter! It should come with a warning label: CAUTION, SOUNDS HORRIBLE! I already knew I was going to send it back but I though I'd try it out with the band. All that led to was a bad practice and four big head aches....