Ibanez T20

Ibanez T20

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T20, Acoustic-Electric Guitar Amplifier from Ibanez in the Troubadour series.

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  • Manufacturer: Ibanez
  • Model: T20
  • Series: Troubadour
  • Category: Acoustic-Electric Guitar Amplifiers
  • Added in our database on: 10/19/2009

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Ibanez T20 user reviews

Average Score:4.5( 4.5/5 based on 4 reviews )
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Mourakami33's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Good amp apartment"

Ibanez T20
20W transistor amp

jack guitar with 3-band eq (presence of significant medium setting and not so common) flight control and chorus
XLR mic and tone control flight
6.35 jack for line out or headphones (mutes)

Master Reverb and applying the 2 channels.
Shape mode.


The manual is very simple but at the same time there is really nothing to say about the beast. It's simple ergonomic (except the line out jack).

Start with a setting at the center and it sounds good.

Little more, the box for laying cables (it's own in the living room when the machine is not used for a small or transport.


The sound is fairly balanced at low to medium volume, I have not really tried to push the beast (my neighbors may be grateful). The sound is pleasing, homely little being a tad greasy but it works well with my dryad who has a very clear sound.

Against by the chorus does not have one. I'm not sure exactly what it is actually like effect and at the same time I do not use and the mode shape.

So I use mostly the reverb (approx. 1/4) which gives a little depth to the sound.


3 weeks. I tried AS50 but the format of the troubadour in addition to these other qualities has finally prevailed.
This amp is very accessible financially, especially as I had used less than 100 €.

size / weight
eq 3bandes
ease of use
price / quality ratio


sydn's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Magic!"

Ibanez T20
20W transistor amp.
A jack classical guitar with EQ (bass, treble, mid-frequency adjustment with midrange-), Flight, Chorus (Phaser) (to trigger on the amp, no switch included).
A microphone XLR input with Tone and Volume.
Master Reverb and applying the two channels.
Button "shape".
RCA auxiliary input for CD/MP3.
headphone output on the back.


By setting all the middle to start testing the beast, I've been surprised by the sound, and digging the best option, there really are opportunities!
The manual is perhaps a bit simplistic, but at the same time not need many words: the interface is very intuitive.


Such a sound in such a small thing!?
It is superb, the sound is warm, beautiful, perfect for jazz or folk. May be less effective for the country because too round, but I was really impressed by his smooth suave of this amp.
The sound is colorful but respects the particularities of each guitar (I have a Variax, and the amp perfectly follows each change).
The chorus is a chorus-phaser than a chorus, which may displease me I'm fine. The reverb is OK, but intended to give depth, if you push too to give a hovering effect, it is less pleasant.
Button shape is useful (but to enable on the amp), to have more rounded edges (but personal, I think they are enough without him, so I almost never use it).
His power is limited and can not play with a battery, only sound I tried to push the volume, we really pert as after a while, the sound becomes loud enough, we feel that the amp is running out ...
Nevertheless, if we stay at a reasonable power, the T.20 has a deep, warm and precise, which maintains a dynamic decent and the signal of each instrument.


I had the opportunity to test his big brother, S.80, to play in groups with the same sound and I was disappointed. The S.80 retains this heat (but I found it less attractive anyway) but the dynamics are "deaf" and the sound is unclear, arpeggios sound a bit messy, even playing with the settings there is nothing. 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.
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).
For the price and type of use for which it is intended, hard to beat! As I said, it is perfect folk and jazz, for those who love the sounds that have typified the mouth and the softness of both.

pmaillot's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Ibanez T20
Amp quite versatile, with good sound. Very easy to use, ample power for an apartment. Too bad the "chorus" is not only one. The reverb is average quality but gives a little depth to the sound of electro acoustics. The shaping filter input is particularly effective and re-equiligre tone piezo sensors in a pleasant sound.


No manual (not needed).


I tried this amp with a guitar with nylon strings electracoustique (Elypse) and a steel strings (Norman). In two cases, the sound is very correct. One had less "over-presence" on the bass strings steel. It is also perhaps the quality of the sensor piezo drive from the Norman Elypse.


A pretty good value for money (around € 130)

kweeg's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Ibanez T20
20W transistor amp.
6.35 between a jack guitar with EQ semi-parameter, Vol, Chorus (Phaser).
Between an XLR microphone with Tone and Volume.
Master reverb and applying the 2 channels.
An auxiliary input RCA CD/MP3.
Manual: T20/35 ( https://www.ibanez.co.jp/world/manual/amp/T35_T20.pdf )

No footswitch on this model (see T35), but I do not care.
Output jack for headphones or 6.35 LineOut (although hideout).
Please note, if used, the T20 does not produce sound.
That is why I am not 10/10


Yes, it is very simple and the record is good. A good electro-acoustic sound, not color (a bit steep, even). Anyway, very well Dfine.
I do not use the chorus or the button "Shape". I just put a bit of rverbe, low and medium rather round and is played.
There's probably better but it's much more expensive.


I play electric violin (folk, rock, jazz). I wanted something pchu Dfine and well, just to get along. Roland and I test the EAR. T20, even less powerful, is clearer than the Roland. The EAR is better, certainly, but what a price! I test the Solo Voice is also very compact. The latter is not in the stomach and a bad DEFINITIONS. In the end, there was no picture.


I use it for a good month now. I regret that the line out of his cup. T35 must pass for it.
Anyway, here's a little "cube", Lger not complicated damn grate and fulfills its mission: back on stage or in local RPTE, discreet home.
Value for money unbeatable quality.
MODEL The above T35 should be more complete (true line out, footswitch, more powerful) but why would you want more when we have what we sought: lightness of its compactness DEFINITIONS.

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