Yamaha THR10 - 10-watt 2x3" Modeling Combo

10-watt 1-channel 2x3" Battery-powered Stereo Guitar Combo Amplifier with Built-in Amplifier Models, Effects, User Setting Recall, 3-band EQ, and USB for Editing and Recording
Yamaha THR10 - 10-watt 2x3
Yamaha THR10 - 10-watt 2x3
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A Portable Amp That's Packed with Tone!

Yamaha's THR10 portable combo guitar amplifier is the portable amplifier any serious guitarist needs. Onboard the THR10, you'll find a ton of useful tools for songwriting, recording, and practicing. Craft your tone from five intricately modeled tube amplifier types, or plug in your bass or acoustic guitar directly. You also get a 3-band EQ, four modulation effects, and four reverb/delay styles to shape your tone. The THR10's stereo speakers are both great for its internal effects and external playback from your iPod or computer. Battery power lets you take your tones anywhere and, thanks to its USB connectivity, you'll also love the way your Yamaha THR10 guitar amplifier fits into your studio.

Yamaha THR10 Portable Combo Guitar Amplifier at a Glance:
  • Loaded with essential amp tones and onboard effects
  • Battery powered, so you can take your music anywhere
  • USB connectivity for recording, playback, and preset editing
Loaded with essential amp tones and onboard effects

Yamaha built the THR10 guitar amp to let you creatively combine tones and effects. First, pick out your amp model. Clean, crunch, lead, Brit hi, and modern amp sounds give you everything you need to cover a wide range of styles. You can even plug in your bass or acoustic guitar, and there's even a setting that lets you bypass the modeling altogether. The THR10's modulation effects live on a second knob, and its delays and reverbs live on a third. The result is a full amplifier rig worth of effects and tone combinations. And thanks to Yamaha's Virtual Circuitry Modeling, the THR10 emulates each component in each amp model and effect, giving you super-realistic sound and feel.

Battery powered, so you can take your music anywhere

Want to rock out on a street corner? Pick up your iPod for backing tracks and your battery-powered Yamaha THR10 guitar amp and you're good to go. What about your next long car trip? With up to 6 hours of running time on just eight AA batteries, you'll be able to rock out from state to state. Even if you're flying, the entire THR10 fits easily in your carry-on, so you'll be ready to rock out as soon as your plane lands.

USB connectivity for recording, playback, and preset editing

There's a lot you can do with the THR10's USB jack. For one thing, it lets you record right to your DAW. A complimentary copy of Cubase AI comes included, so you're set even if you don't already have recording software. You can also use the THR10's USB for audio playback, letting you rock out to your favorite tunes without reaching for your iPod. Last but not least, there's Yamaha's THR Editor software, which lets you use your computer to dive deep into the THR10's amp models and effects to create your own presets. It also gives you access to the THR10's compressor and noise gate for even more tone tweaking possibilities. And since the THR10 features five user settings recall buttons, you can take up to five of your favorite tones with you anywhere.

Yamaha THR10 Portable Combo Guitar Amplifier Features:
  • An amazing portable guitar amplifier that perfect for practicing, songwriting, and recording
  • 5 excellent guitar tube amplifier emulation settings give you access to every popular amp style
  • Additional modeling settings let you plug in your bass or acoustic guitar or bypass the modeling section entirely
  • 4 modulation effects and 4 independent reverb/delay effects let you dial in a wide range of tones
  • Yamaha's Virtual Circuitry Modeling (VCM) technology delivers extremely realistic sound and feel
  • 3-band EQ lets you further tweak your tone to perfection
  • Runs on supplied AC adapter or 8 AA batteries for up to 6 hours of continuous playing time
  • USB connection provides 2 channels of recording to your computer and 2 channels of playback from your computer
  • Dual 3.15" speakers provide stereo audio for internal effects and auxiliary/computer audio playback
  • Free (downloadable) THR Editor software lets you tweak extra parameters of your amplifier models and effects settings, as well as access the onboard noise gate and compressor
  • Headphone output with adjustable aux input/amplifier output control makes getting the perfect playback balance easy
  • 5 user settings buttons let you take your favorite tone with your anywhere for instant recall
  • Includes Steinberg's Cubase AI recording software
Get amazing guitar tone anywhere with Yamaha's THR10 portable guitar combo amplifier!

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Tech Specs

Type Solid State
Number of Channels 1
Total Power 10W
Effects Yes
Reverb Yes
EQ 3-band
Amp Modeling Yes
Number of Models 8
Inputs 1 x TS, 1 x 1/8" (Stereo)
Outputs 1 x 1/4" (Headphones)
Height 7.22"
Width 14.17"
Depth 5.51"
Weight 6.17 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number THR10

Customer Reviews

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Absolutely Amazed!

I wanted to get a smaller but more versatile amp to use when teaching guitar lessons. I am a Yamaha DGStomp owner so am familiar with the modeling used in the THR. However, when I plugged the THR in last night and put it through its paces, I could not believe the sounds that came out of such a small package. From clean to hypergain, it really sounds great! I do wish it had a dedicated line out instead of having to use the headphone out (which kills the speakers), but that is a small complaint for such a nice piece of gear. A nice bonus is the red light from behind the grill that makes it look like tubes are glowing inside, Kudos to Yamaha for doing this one right.

Best thing since sliced bread...

And it's about the size of a loaf of bread! Every amp model is excellent. Effects are stellar, especially chorus and tremolo. My previous setup was a Mustang amp > Focusrite preamp > surround sound speakers, and I replaced them all with this. From other reviews I expected this amp to be awesome, but it was so much better than that!
Music background: Hobbyist

Great Product

This is the best sounding small amp that I have ever heard. I've been playing for 35 years and this is the first amp that I've heard that effectively reproduces the big amp sound at low volumes. The amp is dead quiet so the buzzing issues with the pre-release demo amps has been solved by the updated power supply. The cleans and distortions sound great and the effects definitely do the job. The one thing to be clear about though is that this is designed to be a practice amp for at-home playing or recording so it won't put out enough volume for even a small band rehearsal but it's plenty loud enough for home and it also has a headphone jack. It is metal and built like a tank. This is an excellent product and well worth the money.
Music background: Pro Musician

Great studio AMP!!

You throw a mic in front of this thing and it sounds great. I don't use the on board effects that much, but I love it for tracking in Pro Tools.
Music background: Pro Musician, Songwriter/Producer

Great sound in a small package!!!

Super small amp that replicates the big ones. All of the guitar tones sound great and so do the effects which are very easy to dial in. No need anymore to crank up the big tube amp anymore for playing at home or even recording. You cant go wrong with this little guy!! Ask for Mark Magdich, he's a great sales engineer and super to work with!
Music background: semi pro

Sweetwater Advice

Joe Schafer

What I love about the Yamaha THR10 is that it's not only an extremely versatile practice amp, it also sounds incredible. Every amp model sounds fantastic and the effects are rich and luscious. The physical controls are laid out well and easy to use. I also enjoy the immense flexibility in the editing software whenever it's connected to my computer. Another great feature on the THR10 is that it allows me to adjust the guitar volume and the auxiliary input volume independently.
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