The 20W Kustom KG210FX combo guitar amplifier boasts dual 10" Kustom speakers, 2 channels and both reverb and delay effects. Kustom designed the KG210FX combo to offer a wide range of clean and dirty ... Read More
The 20W Kustom KG210FX combo guitar amplifier boasts dual 10" Kustom speakers, 2 channels and both reverb and delay effects. Kustom designed the KG210FX combo to offer a wide range of clean and dirty tones while providing rugged dependability and intuitive operation.
The KG210FX amp's Rhythm channel offers clear, dynamic tones that are perfect for a wide variety of musical styles. Using the Gain control, the Lead channel can dish out anything from chunky Classic Rock sounds to the heaviest, modern Metal tones out there. Separate Bass, Middle and Treble controls let players fine-tune the amp's tonal response as required.
In addition, the Kustom KG210FX provides built-in Reverb and Delay effects that may be activated on the amp's front panel. Reverb can provide anything from subtle room ambiance to an all-out wash of cavernous sound. Delay is perfect for fattening up lead tones, especially when combined with distortion.
Like every Kustom KG amplifier, the KG210FX offers an auxiliary input for plugging in an MP3 or CD player to practice along with tunes and a 1/8" headphone input that silences the internal speakers for late-night playing. Your family and neighbors will love it. An Effects Loop with Send and Return jacks provides flexibility for integrating external effects and processors.
All KG Series amplifiers include a 5-year, transferable electronics warranty to give you extra peace-of-mind with your purchase.
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This amp actually isn't as bad as the price tag would lead you to believe. While the distortion channel and on-board effects (reverb and delay) aren't spectacular by any means, the clean channel is, in my opinion, comparable to a Vox amp. When I chose this amp I was between this one and a smaller Vox amp and chose this one for the sound of the clean channel. I have an expansive pedal board so I have no need for the on-board effects or distortion channel. This amp does take effects very well. It has effects send and return channels as well as an external speaker output. It has pretty decent head room as well (how far you can turn the amp up without it breaking up / distorting). I don't think I would use it to try to get over the sound of a full band though. Bottom line, if you are running the amp clean using a pedal board and you are micing it up to run through a sound board, this amp is actually a heck of a deal.
I don't really care what anyone says, I like this amp. It has a good clean channel and the distortion is at least halfway decent if you don't already have a pedal. For the price, it's actually pretty good, although a Fender mustang may be a better bet. The other onboard effects aren't spectacular, but I have my own effects pedals so it doesn't make a difference to me. The bottom line is, it's a good amp for the price, and really won't get much more serious than a practice amp.
I get very tired of people complaining about the lower end amps they buy. No one can produce an amp for a shredder/metal head for $200.00. This amp is for the youngster that is starting out and can't afford A Fender or Vox, Crate,Peavey professional level guitar amp. I've been playing for forty six years and have owned a number of cheap amps and own a number of Kustom products now. I use a Crate 120 212Thee channel amp for my electrics and a Kustom 65w 112 for my acoustic electric patched through the PA. If the folks buying these lower end amps would take advantage of the advice most online sites offer they wouldn't make such bad purchases. The right equipment for the job is what they would end up buying.