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An amp that rocks as hard as your guitar.
The Ibanez TBX65R Guitar Combo Amp, with its 65W 12" speaker has enough power to smoke the house. Part of Ibanez's Toneblaster X series amps, it features two discrete channels with separate 3-band EQs, switchable boost on the hot channel and a parametric midrange on channel 2 which allows you to to dial in the tone you're looking for in an instant. The exclusive X mode gives you a super heavy moster sound for cut through the din of the loudest rhythm section. If you dial down the gain control in the normal channel, and you can achieving anything from a clean jazz tone to a crunchy, slightly overdriven rock ’n roll tone. This closed-back cab also comes with a headphone/record out and CD/MP3 input. It weighs a comfortable 42lb.
- 65 watts
- 12" Speaker
- Two discreet channels
- 2 separate 3-band active EQs with parametric midrange in the second channel
- Hot Channel with switchable boost
- 1/4" CD/MP3 input jack
- 1/4" Headphones/Record Out jack
- Channel and Reverb footswitch jack
- Closed back
A lightwieght amp that packs a solid punch. Order one today!
TBX65R Guitar Combo Amp Specifications:
- Dimensions: 19-1/2"W x 17-4/5"H x 10"D
- Weight: 42lb.
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Comments about Ibanez TBX65R Guitar Combo Amp:
I baught this amp at a music center and have no regrets. The amp is pretty durable and can get pretty loud for its size. When its volume knob is at nine o'clock it actually starts shaking my floor. On its hot channel you can get realy good sustaine, a compressed sounding solo tone, and the perfect metal tone even when you're down in drop B but still get a realy creamy strat tone with a humbucker equipped guitar. On the overdrive channel you can get a awesome blues tone. I improvised with The Wind Cries Mary and it just sounded beautiful. The clean channel is cool too and really clear. I reccomend you get this guitar if you're jamming with your band in a garage, messing around in your room, or playing in small clubs or bars.