From Ibanez comes a screamin' deal on a Screamer half stack. It features the TSA15H Tube Screamer 15W Tube Guitar Amp Head and TSA112C Tube Screamer 80W 1x12 Guitar Amp Cabinet, so you can kick your g... Read More
From Ibanez comes a screamin' deal on a Screamer half stack. It features the TSA15H Tube Screamer 15W Tube Guitar Amp Head and TSA112C Tube Screamer 80W 1x12 Guitar Amp Cabinet, so you can kick your guitar shredding into high-gear for a great price.
Ibanez TSA15H Tube Screamer 15W Tube Guitar Amp Head
Guitarists normally have to depend on a separate effect pedal to get the distinctive, warm overdrive sounds of a tube amp. Not anymore. The Ibanez TSA15H tube amp head has a genuine Tube Screamer circuit, built right into the front end, for all the warm tube overdrive punch and crunch you'll need. The all-tube amplifier head features two 12AX7 preamp tubes and two 6V6 power tubes. The result is loud, balanced sound that cuts through the mix with plenty of full, meaty guitar tone. Built with rugged Ibanez craftsmanship, this guitar amp head is sure to last for many years, able to stand up to the toughest conditions of heavy gigging. The Ibanez amp head includes foot-switchable function, with Tube Screamer Overdrive, Tone, and Level controls. Ibanez TSA112C speaker cabinet and IFS2G footswitch sold separately.
Ibanez TSA112C Tube Screamer 80W 1x12 Guitar Amp Cabinet
To round out the Ibanez half stack, you get this nicely priced Ibanez Tube Screamer guitar amp cabinet that features 80 watts power rating, with a 12" Celestion Seventy80 speaker. The result is loud, balanced sound that cuts through the mix with plenty of full, meaty guitar tone. The Seventy 80 is one of Celestion's most popular guitar speakers. It is an adaptation of the Classic Lead, offering a pleasing lift in the upper frequency spectrum, solid bass, and plenty of midrange. Built with rugged Ibanez craftsmanship, this guitar speaker cab is sure to last for many years, and is one enclosure that's able to stand up to the toughest conditions of heavy gigging. 80W power rating.
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Very happy with my purchase. Utilized discounts and got it for a great price. Very versatile head in terms of dialing in a great tone. The amp is only good for clean and dirty blues. You can also get some good classic rock tones as well, but this amp really shines in the blues/blues rock genre. The one problem I have with the amp is that it doesn't have a built in reverb of any sort. Other than that, I would recommend this for anybody that wants to get that Kenny Wayne Shepherd or SRV sound for a great price. Oh yea, the 5w/15w switch is great to have and this thing literally SCREAMS when it's turned up!!
Recently I was looking for a new amp.specifically one of the many low wattage, easy to carry tube amps which of course there is no shortage of these days.With models from,PRS,Orange,Egnator,Marshall Jet City and many others to choose from there is certainly no shortage of them out there.This Ibanez is not in the same category as the Orange Tiny Terror, or the Egnator Tweeker or the like but keep in mind you are paying a lot less. The clean sound on this amp is fine and loud enough, the boost also is fine however the so called tube screamer no matter what I did with the gain and volume controls sounded muddy always. The amp is also missing a balanced line out something every small amp should have. It certainly looks good, the fit and finish is good however I went with the Egnator Rebel 30 head and 2 seperate 1x12 cabinets. I would have reservations about a 15 watt amp in pro settings outside of your house I just don't think that's enough. Again at this price point you're not spending ten cents to much for this amp however there is better options out there if money permits.
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