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Ibanez TA35

Acoustic-Electric Guitar Amplifier from Ibanez belonging to the Troubadour series

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Mister_JéMister_Jé

very versatile

Ibanez TA35Published on 04/28/12 at 08:00
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
35W transistor

UTILIZATION

Simple setup, everything is clear and functional façade, intuitive. The sound is very clear, limpid guitar as well as recess.

Versatile because xlr microphone wiring ac Volme independent, making the 'ideal for running a soundtrack ...) besides a footswitch jack.

SOUNDS

jaime on Crystal clear, it sparkles, it is a wonder. Jy plays with a folk, a classic and I often plug my strat

OVERALL OPINION

8 years and not a wrinkle. I use it everywhere. A <home, and REPEAT meême for small genre scenes pub or 35 w sometimes enough. It is very versatile compared to other models of this gammede prices among competitors, even today. …
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35W transistor

UTILIZATION

Simple setup, everything is clear and functional façade, intuitive. The sound is very clear, limpid guitar as well as recess.

Versatile because xlr microphone wiring ac Volme independent, making the 'ideal for running a soundtrack ...) besides a footswitch jack.

SOUNDS

jaime on Crystal clear, it sparkles, it is a wonder. Jy plays with a folk, a classic and I often plug my strat

OVERALL OPINION

8 years and not a wrinkle. I use it everywhere. A <home, and REPEAT meême for small genre scenes pub or 35 w sometimes enough. It is very versatile compared to other models of this gammede prices among competitors, even today.
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YaourthYaourth

Ibanez TA35Published on 04/21/04 at 13:22
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Amp acoustic guitar lctro
35 W
4-band Equalizer - Medium Sweepable
Dbrayable Chorus (depth / speed)
Reverb (adjustable)
Between Micro
Between CD / Aux (RCA)
Lineout Output - Auxiliary input for effects

Connectivity complte, rglages simple and complete for this type of amp.
Possibility to directly connect the PC to the Lineout between the RCA, the volume rglage spar.

UTILIZATION

Simple, no frills: we branch out a nickel immediately.

Full manual, with some SETTING THE base for various uses.

Possibility to place the amp in support 45 in order to be used in return.

SOUNDS

Used with a Cort MR 710 climbs POLYWEB Elixir (a killing these strings!). I play blues /...…
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Amp acoustic guitar lctro
35 W
4-band Equalizer - Medium Sweepable
Dbrayable Chorus (depth / speed)
Reverb (adjustable)
Between Micro
Between CD / Aux (RCA)
Lineout Output - Auxiliary input for effects

Connectivity complte, rglages simple and complete for this type of amp.
Possibility to directly connect the PC to the Lineout between the RCA, the volume rglage spar.

UTILIZATION

Simple, no frills: we branch out a nickel immediately.

Full manual, with some SETTING THE base for various uses.

Possibility to place the amp in support 45 in order to be used in return.

SOUNDS

Used with a Cort MR 710 climbs POLYWEB Elixir (a killing these strings!). I play blues / folk and a whole bunch of stuff that pass through my head (I'm looking for partoches Unplugged Manowar about this ...: D)

Clear, prcis, all shades are made to perfection (and the bread too!).
Spring Reverb superb discrte can be done to round it all.
The variety of sounds is quite INTERESTED obtained but the amp makes the sound of the impeccably itch rglages neutral.
No breath, even pushing back.

OVERALL OPINION

Use for 2 weeks, pure bliss!
Excellent quality-price.
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Feeloo335Feeloo335

Ibanez TA35Published on 07/12/06 at 18:16
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
See manufacturer website

UTILIZATION

It connects and it sounds.

SOUNDS

His very correct

OVERALL OPINION

I use a habituellemnt takamine 132 sc cd Nylon on AER Compact 60.
I just tried the Ibanez Troubadour andTHE sound is excellent. It is rounder and now that the AER, although it lacks some definition.
Conveying side, the Troubadour is difficult and cumbersome to handle, the EAR is incomparablementr smaller and lighter.
On stage, the troubadour tilts 45 degrees and is a great idea.
The EAR is more difficult to place, it must be installed vertically.
Price aside, the AER is 4 times more expensive!
Conclusion: AER is clearer but it's too expensive! …
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See manufacturer website

UTILIZATION

It connects and it sounds.

SOUNDS

His very correct

OVERALL OPINION

I use a habituellemnt takamine 132 sc cd Nylon on AER Compact 60.
I just tried the Ibanez Troubadour andTHE sound is excellent. It is rounder and now that the AER, although it lacks some definition.
Conveying side, the Troubadour is difficult and cumbersome to handle, the EAR is incomparablementr smaller and lighter.
On stage, the troubadour tilts 45 degrees and is a great idea.
The EAR is more difficult to place, it must be installed vertically.
Price aside, the AER is 4 times more expensive!
Conclusion: AER is clearer but it's too expensive!
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D@d@mD@d@m

Ibanez TA35Published on 01/13/07 at 06:50
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Acoustic electric guitar amp 30W

Input: Jack, XLR (volume independent, normal), and Ibanez pedals.
Output: HP LineOut.

Presence of a reverb and a chorus.

UTILIZATION

It's pretty simple to set you have to play the guitar volume, the volume input of the amplifier and the Master.

This gives a great sound quickly. . .

SOUNDS

This gives a very clear, and playing with the settings there are very slammin sounds as sounds deeper, it is clear (great for use after LineOut).

I play a Takamine EAN 55c and the sound suits me very well, really well!

The reverb is not bad but it should not be too excited over, I think in the chorus against a very average level, it makes very...…
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Acoustic electric guitar amp 30W

Input: Jack, XLR (volume independent, normal), and Ibanez pedals.
Output: HP LineOut.

Presence of a reverb and a chorus.

UTILIZATION

It's pretty simple to set you have to play the guitar volume, the volume input of the amplifier and the Master.

This gives a great sound quickly. . .

SOUNDS

This gives a very clear, and playing with the settings there are very slammin sounds as sounds deeper, it is clear (great for use after LineOut).

I play a Takamine EAN 55c and the sound suits me very well, really well!

The reverb is not bad but it should not be too excited over, I think in the chorus against a very average level, it makes very artificial. . .

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for 2 months and am very happy j'ne, power is Sufis home, repeating and a bar for example. . .

Bought for € 220 ca nine remaining super attractive at that price for something very right!

Unless you have money to pay an EAR that sounds better, or to prefer the warm, dirty sound of the amp Marshall, the choice is quickly made, and I do not regret it!
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Ibanez
  • Model: TA35
  • Series: Troubadour
  • Category: Acoustic-Electric Guitar Amplifiers
  • Added in our database on: 07/03/2006

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