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ZT Lunchbox 200W 1x6.5 Guitar Combo Amp
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Unbelievable tone and power from a super-compact combo.

The 200W ultra-compact ZT Lunchbox Guitar Combo Amplifier has changed the way many players think about amps. The Lunchbox proves that an amp does not need to be big to be loud-or expensive to sound great. Thanks to the Lunchbox, you can actually gig with an amp that weighs less than 10 pounds.

Packing 200W of power, the ZT Lunchbox has enough output for a jam or live gig. The Lunchbox amp's world-class tone has pros using it in the studio as well as onstage. In fact, the ZT Lunchbox combo amp has the muscle to handle any effects you throw in front of it, and the warmth and depth to sound great with single-coil as well as humbucker pickups on your guitar.

ZT Lunchbox 200W 1x6.5 Guitar Combo Amp Features:

  • 200W
    Custom ultra-power 6.5" speaker
    Analog front-end with Class A/B output stage
    External cab out
    Internal speaker mute switch
    Headphone out with volume control
    Aux in
    Dimensions: 7.3"H x 9.8"W x 4.4"D
    Weight: 9.5 lb.

ZT Lunchbox 200W 1x6.5 Guitar Combo Amp Specifications:

  • Peak Output: 120 dB at 1 meter
    Controls: Volume, Gain, Tone, Ambience, Line Out/Headphone Level
    Aux Input, Switchable 115V/230V

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  • LOUD

    As reviewed by Jim P. on 12/7/2009

    If you need something cheap for onstage this is IT!! I haven't bought it yet but playing it at the local guitar center I was blown away. Unless you have pedals, you probably won't want to use it for metal, but for the blues or rock, TURN IT UP! The best part is, even though the amp itself is loud, it gets even louder (and gets more clean headroom) when you plug it into an extension cabinet. I wouldn't want to run it too high for too long just by it self because it feels like it's going to destroy itself, but if you have an extra plug-in in the back of a cabinet that you can use then by all means, plug it in and make it loud! I can't wait to get this and be able to make people jump from shock when they hear that big of a sound come out of that small of an amp. A MUST HAVE FOR EVERY GUITARIST!

    27 of 27 people found this review helpful.
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  • I'm impressed. Lightweight, powerful, warm tone.

    As reviewed by Scott on 1/8/2010

    You will not believe the power coming out of this little thing. Sell the stack and the van you carry it in. I was amazed at how loud this amp gets; it might be enough to play with drums on its own, definitely with a cabinet (which sounds amazing), and it's literally the size of a lunchbox. It's not much heavier, either. I have a back injury, so lightweight appeals to me. I also like LOUD. Usually small amps sacrifice tone; not this little bugger. I tried it out in the store next to Marshall's mini-stack (solid state) and one other (can't remember) that had a little tube and was much higher in price. It blew the Marshall away for starters, in power, presence, and warmth and richness of tone, and it was comparable to the expensive stack. The gain knob can get to a pretty strong distortion/overdrive sound that's plenty strong for hard rock and can get to metal although I would still want to run it through something first to do thrash or something like that. The clean end is rich and stays clean at high volume, with a slight amount of breakup at top volume. The inclusion of all the ins/outs on the back of the amp are welcome extras. This is a gem, and at this price it's a steal.

    9 of 9 people found this review helpful.
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  • David vs Goliath, David clearly wins

    As reviewed by Ryan N. on 1/27/2010

    This amp is a tiny little bugger. Its humorous to see it sit on top of my massive Ampeg Bass amp. I was a bit weary with the amp at first; one tone knob and a fake reverb. However, I sat down in guitar center with my Boss MT-2, Crybaby Wah and Schecter C-1+ and loved the tone. The slightest move on any knob not only changes the volume a bit, but the tone is changed a fair bit. This amp sounds wonderful without any pedals, ushering in a great Overdrive, enough for some variations of rock, and an awesome clean. However, the best thing about this amp is how well it handles pedals. It really produces a beautiful tone with every pedal I own. Nearly full volume, volume knob at 2:00 and Gain all the way up, this little amp was able to literally shake my room! I felt my room move! Its fairly loud for practice, but it isn't too loud. I haven't used this live, but I'm fairly sure it will hold its own. The special cab that ZT made with it looks like a great idea, and I'm sure it is. But I think it can hold its own. Great amp, I highly suggest it. However, I do not love the "reverb". Its good to experiment with, but I HIGHLY suggestion getting a reverb pedal. I don't have one now, but I will be getting one soon and I'm fairly sure it will improve drastically.

    8 of 8 people found this review helpful.
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