Epiphone Firefly 30DSP 30W Solid State 1x10" Combo AmpProduct #480267 Epiphone 480267 HAABC Solid State Guitar Amplifier Heads https://www.esnapw.com/rses/ESnapServlet?MerchantNumberSent=63655
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The Epiphone Firefly 30DSP is a perfect practice and jam amp with effects built in.
The Epiphone Firefly 30DSP 30W Solid State 1x10" Combo Amp uses Evalve tube tone circuitry to pump out fat presence while 16 DSP selections give you a broad palette of sound textures. A separate DSP reverb gives you precision control perfect for any stage setup. 2 channels, a specially designed 10" speaker, and 30W of power make the Epiphone Firefly a great little jam amp. Epiphone completes the vintage cab design of the Firefly 30DSP with rattan speaker cover, red Tolex, gleaming corner reinforcements, cream piping, chicken-head knobs, and satin gold face plate.
- 10" Speaker
- 2 channels
- Evalve tube tone circuitry
- 16 DSP selections
- Separate DSP reverb
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Best value for the money out there - although solid state, there are usable tones - even for tube freaks, like myself. My last 2 amps - as odd as it may sound were a Dr Z, and a Two Rock - both hand-built class A monstersI bought this in nThailand - to have a lighhtweight amp to carry aroundthere are even a few OK DSP sounds 1 or 2 good reverb patches, a decent flange patch and the same for chorus - even some OK reverbFor the price, I believe it;s unbeatableI am a working pro, but can use it in low vloume gigs - I suggest the 60 watgt version for louder venues -
This amp surprised me alot, being a 100% Tube Amp afecianado - thaer are some decent tones to be had
This is a great amp for small gigs/band practice. Be warned that its quite large for a 30 watt. My only complaint is that the clean channel on mine is incredibly weak, but that might just be my amp. Otherwise, a great amp!
This amp was definitely worth the price. It has great vintage sound and looks. This amp is a bit big, but the oversized cabinet gives it a good bassy sound. Lastly, I would like to mention that it has a very solid construction and should be quite durable.
TRULY AMAZING TONE MACHINE ! I have owned quite a few amps in the past 20 years. I actually bought this one for practice because it has a very believable tube tone in a nice ''vintage'' manner, without the hassles of tubes. Very solid construction is evident when looking up close, and stunning good looks all in a nice hefty 50 pound amp wrapped in red leatherette with vintage-style knobs. I know this is a 30 watt amp, but is sounds MUCH MORE POWERFUL. I also own a 20 watt tube amp and the Firefly sounds just as loud. Nice DSP effects, 2 channels, footswitch, auxiliary in with own volume control, jack-out for extra speaker, an overdrive that can scream, and the incredibly cool large ''Epiphone'' logo with the retro styling of the amp. All of this for peanuts price-wise. What's not to like here? All the bases are covered, this one's a big time no-brainer. Get one before the company pushes the price up where it should be, given the quality of this box. Cheers!
Believe me when I tell you, I've owned just about EVERYTHING there is to play with (think, gear-a-holic who makes a great salary AND presently has no wives, just ex's) I have spent SERIOUS coin on boutique amps in the mid-90's and this amp is simply STUNNING for ANY amount of money, never mind the fact that this cost me LESS than the price of one of my more pricey foot pedals (Fulltone OCD, FANTASTIC pedal) build quality literally freaked me out, this looks like a $2,000 amp! BUY THIS AMP, you won't be disappointed! Reverb is FINE, not great. This breaks up just like my tube amps (of which I have MANY to compare) Get one before everybody wises up!
You'd be hard pressed to beat this amp for the price. Perfect for band practice or small venues. Solid construction, well simulated tube tones. Very reminiscent of the mid 1990's boutique amps that cost in excess of $1000. 80% of the Fender tube sound for 25% percent of the cost. Only complaint is the reverb is a little weak but I don't use it as much so it doesn't effect my style or Rockabilly style in general. Just add a touch of delay and/or an echo pedal and your good to go. On top of all this its good looking' too.