Yamaha THR10C Desktop Amp (Classic) Reviews5.0/5.0 based on 4 customer reviews
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Mark Allen Crue
from Canon City, Colorado
April 5, 2013Music Background:
Songwriter,cdbaby artist, Recording Engineer
fantastic, great fun, great soundThis Amp is just a blast. Playing Acoustic, the warmth; and then the orange light, it's like sitting around a campfire. I had great fun, letting the itouch shuffle, then matching the electric to just about anything that came up. I can see bands showing up to perform, and each person has one of these. It has a direct out. But it would be fun with dual retro mics, since it looks so retro, running to a P.A. My only wish is that it had two guitar inputs. Just a great amp for a living room jam. Any style ,any guitar.
from SF Bay Area
March 30, 2013Music Background:
Yamaha THR10C Desktop Amp (Classic)A great little amp. Lovely tone with my Les Paul.
from Miami Lakes Florida
March 29, 2013Music Background:
Guitar enthusiast for 50 years...
Really great amp!!!This thing really delivers! Great sounds at reasonable volume levels for home or recording, all the effects are useful and can be tweaked with the THR Editor, the hall reverb sounds huge, I can't believe so much sound comes out from such a small enclosure.
from United States
February 22, 2013Music Background:
Hobbyist guitarists and singer/indie film sound guy.
Phenomenal Sounds and UtilityThis amp doesn't sound "usable," or good "for the size/price," or "for a modeler." It sounds excellent, end of story. Lots of richness and nuance in the sounds. The USB out for recording is great, and the editing software is easy to use. This small size and light weight are all the more impressive when you hear it - the sound is big and full. It really does pull off the sounds it is going for at very friendly volumes. The effects sound great, too.
The recorded sounds are great as well - just like what comes out of the speakers. And it can run on batteries. I liked my Roland Micro Cube RX, but this amp has so mich more to offer.
This and the standard THR10 are two of the best pieces of gear I've ever nought.