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Yamaha THR10X High-Gain Modeling Combo Amp
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The Yamaha THR10X high-gain modeling combo amp is dedicated to guitarists that want more gain, more distortion and the unmatched response of a cranke...Click To Read More About This Product
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A personal amp for guitarists playing all things distorted, from classic rock to extreme metal.
The Yamaha THR10X high-gain modeling combo amp is dedicated to guitarists that want more gain, more distortion and the unmatched response of a cranked high-output stack. With five different channels from three amps, all delivering dynamic, intense distorion the THR10X is suited for all things distorted.
Get six different amp types (Power 1, Power II, Brown II, Southern HI and Clean) plus Bass and Flat. Most of the THR10X's effects feature VCM processors that are based on the technology used in Yamaha's professional audio mixers so you'll get serious realism. Extended Stereo Technology creates a wide, spacious sound that allows for depth unimaginable from such a small enclosure.
Cubase AI, THR Editor and USB connectivity make it great for recording and editing. The User Memory and built-in tuner make it even more flexible. Finished with killer looks and Virtual Tube Illumination, the THR10X looks as good as it sounds.
- Amp type: Power 1, Power II, Brown I, Brown II, Southern HI, Clean, Bass and Flat
- Effects: Chorus, Flanger, Phaser, Tremolo, Delay, Delay/Reverb, Spring Reverb, Hall Reverb *Compressor and *Noise Gate (*only available in the THR Editor)
- Chromatic tuner
- Controller/Switch: Amp, Gain, Master, Bass, Middle, Treble, Effect, Dly/Rev, Guitar Output, USB/AUX output, User Memory switch (x5) and Tap/Tuner switch
- Two 8cm speakers
- AC or battery powered
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