Ibanez T80N user reviews
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- • Power: 80W
• HP 10 "coaxial tweeter
• 2 independent channels
• 2 instrument inputs (6.35mm jack), 2 mic XLR phantom power option, one auxiliary input (mini jack 1/8 ")
• Headphone output, line output
• Reverb and chorus controllable independently for each channel
• controls low, medium, acute
• phase inversion, notch filter and mute
• Tilt Cabinet
Config very simple, clear manual
Very easy to use it is a treat,
I love this amp that n'à nothing to envy of much more expensive amps and subtlety which does not justify the price difference
Nothing to say about the effects it is very transparent and the reverb is beautiful
In terms of style I play pure blues and jazz da variety thus
great versatility, and no more constraints lamps so no risk for transport ...)
- I use it with 2 guitars and a Taylor C410 Taylor gs mini (yes I like Taylor)
Do not forget that if the guitar is bad the sound is very bad!
therefore testing with minimum average ranges of guitars (ie above 500 €)
or who have a piezo tiend the road.
sounds are very clean and clear, the guitar fit perfectly into the mix as well as microphones and bass are always delicious.
In rehearsal, I'm always surprised by the sound quality!
-In concert resumed on a sound and it is a treat when there is no sound there is enough powerful with 80 W so it Roll!
What is best to have two separate channels in (2 XLR jack and 2)
In the more entrèe with separate volume is a real asset which makes it 3 channels!
If you want the same thing in AER must add over 1000 €!
So the amp to an extensive connection!
In terms of pedals I need because the sounds of the amp suits me perfectly, I use the reverb and chorus of the amp and it is spot on!
I just kept a boss blues driver for light crunch
and a tuner pedal
- Really cut out for the stage rehearsal and I also used my home, even with 80 watt it is quite possible to manage the volume
- Overall Opinion
- So you understand I am very satisfied!
A buy eyes closed
- 80 Watt Amplifier dedicated acoustic guitar
Speaker 10 "
A guitar input jack with 3-band EQ with sweepable mid
A microphone XLR input with Tone and Volume.
Small size, light weight
Chorus switchable speed and depth control
Reverb with level control
Phantom Power Switch
- The settings are simple, no complaints.
- I tested it in store, I just fiddled the knobs, but I have not had time to go. Anyway the little I have heard I was not convinced at all ...
Either the sound is not bad, the sound is quite nice and warm. But everything is a little deaf, and drowns the bass and mids in a boiling unpleasant, especially in chords or arpeggios.
The dynamics of your game is too soft for my taste, as if smothered.
I do not see too what else that can play jazz on it, because we find this sound with limited medium like so many jazz musicians, but his lack of dynamic condemns certainly be quickly placed into oblivion.
- Overall Opinion
- I have a T.20 I find admirable, and I wanted even more powerful group to play ... But I was disappointed. The S.80 retains this heat (but I found it less attractive all the same as that of T.20) but the dynamics are "deaf" and the sound is unclear, arpeggios sound a bit messy, even playing with settings anything done. Therefore impossible to use the S.80 group in my opinion, the frequencies of other instruments certainly will eventually drown the sound in a slurry unlistenable. In the limit if we do that solo, it can happen, and yet, as I said the momentum is too "eaten" by the speaker.
So, I kept my T.20 for possible acoustic gigs and home use (its power is perfect for this) and I dropped him to the S.80 preferred a less warm but marshall AS100D much more effective (not the same price either ... almost double).
I have not tested enough amp in this price range, but for me and amp is unusable as a group, what it appears to have been made.