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This amp reproduces a heavy sound using a closed-back cabinet and a 6.5" Power Jam speaker. It comes with simple Bass / Treble controls for producing various tones as well as a CD input.

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This amp reproduces a heavy sound using a closed-back cabinet and a 6.5" Power Jam speaker. It comes with simple Bass / Treble controls for producing various tones as well as a CD input.

  • Output: 10W@8Ω
  • Speaker: 6.5" speaker
  • Controls: Distortion On/Off Switch, Gain, Bass, Treble, Volume
  • I/O: Guitar Input, Aux Input, Headphones Out
  • Cabinet: Closed back
  • Size (WxDxH): 274mm x 200mm x 313mm, 10.8" x 7.9" x 12.3"
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its a'ight

By Bostonsoup

from stamford, CT

i got it as a present when i first started out, along with a squier. i eventually upgraded to a fender tube. but for a beginner guitarist its a'ight. actually if you put in a delta lab distortion stompbox it has a pretty decent distortion feature. the EQ is very hard to change though, its not that i dont know what im doing, trust me, its just that no matter how much you change the eq around its basically the same. it can actually get pretty loud if ya turn it up all the way, but then theres no really tone control. so if ur straped for cash or got a kid who wants to learn but dont want to break the bank, its a pretty wise investment

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(15 of 16 customers found this review helpful)


This is the truth about this amp PLEASE READ!

By Christian

from phoenix az

this amp is not really even a good begginner amp. it was my first amp and it was ok for me not knowing how an electic guitar should really sound. the clean channel dosent have too bad of a tone but compared to my fender frontman no way it is just a clean channel no real guitar tone to it. the distorted channel is the worst it is horrible one guy on youtube said it was like a beck song with that trashy distortion and hes right. over all SAY NO TO THIS AMP. !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! SO USE A SMALL FENDER AMP FOR A BEGINNER !!! PLEASE IM TRYIN TO HELP YOU

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(1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)


good amp

By K-man93

from Detroit Rock City

For a beginner this amp has been a blast. It has a good overdrive and is durable and LOUD. I have took en it to school and many other places in rain and shine and it still plays as good as I got it. But the knobs have been known to fall off, nothing hard enough to quickly fix but I have to watch for it so I don't lose one. But altogether a good buy.

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Good for moving around

By peavyT-60boy

from Durham

Its small easy to carry, and has ok sound but I get some spanish radio station after i turn on the overdrive, but besides that good

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By Matt

from california

..........makes good guitars, but I would not reccomend buying any of their other products. they are not worth getting unless it's a guitar. I used to have different ibanez amp and it was the worst amp I ever owned and it doesn't matter what the tone is whether it's clean or dirty. I would buy either a marshall or a line 6 amp instead, I would stay away from ibanez amps.

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(8 of 9 customers found this review helpful)


Just about what you'd expect

By Al

from Raleigh, NC

This was my first amp. Its little, loud, and has a "Eh..." tone. My brother and I began guitar simultaneously, I got this Ibanez, and he made the descision to purchase a Marshall practice amp of the same wattage, size, and similar price. For what its worth the Marshall much higher quality amp, and years later, is still a nice little peice of equipment. The tone of this Ibanez is really very poor, its dirty (not in the good way) and makes my nice Fender American HSS Deluxer even sound somewhat rotten. Though this is not the highest ended amp, its certainly usable for a beginner and is very affordable. I would recomend the Marshall version of this little guy.

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(10 of 11 customers found this review helpful)


Sound but Not Tone

By IRockTheHardest

from Atlanta, GA

I got the IBZ-10 as a practice amp because I needed something really small and quiet to play at home. I returned it the next day and got a Line 6 spider 3 15w instead. If you absolutely must have a dirt-cheap amp, if you're on a tight budget, get one of the Crate 15w amps. they go for about the same price, and they sound much better. The distortion is extremely fuzzy and there is a lot of static once you turn the distortion past around 11 o'clock. The eq controls are ok, but they don't affect your sound very much. Master volume has to stay low as well to avoid static. I know its not my guitar (Stratocaster), because I tried my friend's electric on this amp and it was even worse, and I'm planning on buying the same model has has soon because it sounds and plays really well. Again, if you need a cheap amp, go with one of the Crate amps, or a Line 6.

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(0 of 2 customers found this review helpful)


Typical 10 watts

By Ryan33

from NJ

This amp doesn't have many features.I use it as a practice amp in my room. Not the best tone in the world, but then again it is only 10 watts. If you need something just to project sound, go with this, but if your looking for something with a bit of tone, look somewhere else.

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(2 of 6 customers found this review helpful)


Ibanez IBZ-10 Amp

By Digi-D

from Belleville, IL

I purchased this amp for my daughter as a practice amp. It has some nice features based on its price, The CD input and headphone jack are very nice. The sound is not bad, but could be better. The overdrive circuit has lots of static if you turn it past 25% gets rather annoying quickly. The static is always there in the background. There is also not a jack to turn the overdrive on and off with a foot switch, which would be a great addition to this amp. The amp is light and easy to move around. For the money its not a bad amp, but would look at spending a little more and get a amp with a few more features if I was to do it again.

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