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Tech 21 Trademark 10

Modelling Combo Guitar Amp from Tech 21 belonging to the Trademark series.

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MGR/patrickMGR/patrick

Tech 21 Trademark 10

Tech 21 Trademark 10Published on 09/29/04 at 15:00
$155 used off of e-bay. I purchased after reading reviews and thought it would fit my needs.

Sweet looking little guy. Only 10 watts but loud enough. I am simply an at home player and this amp suits me perfectly. I like the ability to model the various amp types. Certainly not the same as the originals but for 150 bucks why should it.

I tried it against the small roland cubes, some little peavey, low end crates and a couple of fenders. This amp had a wider range of sounds than the rest.

I would have also bought the cube but this came up on ebay first. Money was burning a hole in my pockets.

It also has a headphone jack that keeps the wife happy.


Nothing so far.


looks sturdy and...…
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$155 used off of e-bay. I purchased after reading reviews and thought it would fit my needs.

Sweet looking little guy. Only 10 watts but loud enough. I am simply an at home player and this amp suits me perfectly. I like the ability to model the various amp types. Certainly not the same as the originals but for 150 bucks why should it.

I tried it against the small roland cubes, some little peavey, low end crates and a couple of fenders. This amp had a wider range of sounds than the rest.

I would have also bought the cube but this came up on ebay first. Money was burning a hole in my pockets.

It also has a headphone jack that keeps the wife happy.


Nothing so far.


looks sturdy and the dials etal are sturdy compared to some of the others I tested.

I would suggest to anyone like me (home picker) who needs an inexpensive practise amp.

This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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MGR/CopoMGR/Copo

Tech 21 Trademark 10 Combo

Tech 21 Trademark 10Published on 08/25/02 at 15:00
Got it for £250 (about $380) in the Soundsgreat music in Manchester UK, I think it's a great deal.

Great sound, it's a modelling combo with 100% analogue technology, you can squeeze any possible tube amp sound out of this little combo, well almost. It's very loud, almost like a 20W amp although it's only 10W. Just to remind you again, it'll have you think there's valves in it it you close your eyes and listen.

Nothing really, except no foot-switchable channels + it gives some 'hiss' if you turn up the gain too rapidly while the amp's on.

Bomb proof, and the circuit inside looks clean & tidy enough to have you think it's a boutique amp.

If you are looking for a pratice amp that won't...…
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Got it for £250 (about $380) in the Soundsgreat music in Manchester UK, I think it's a great deal.

Great sound, it's a modelling combo with 100% analogue technology, you can squeeze any possible tube amp sound out of this little combo, well almost. It's very loud, almost like a 20W amp although it's only 10W. Just to remind you again, it'll have you think there's valves in it it you close your eyes and listen.

Nothing really, except no foot-switchable channels + it gives some 'hiss' if you turn up the gain too rapidly while the amp's on.

Bomb proof, and the circuit inside looks clean & tidy enough to have you think it's a boutique amp.

If you are looking for a pratice amp that won't break your bank and makes your beloved guitar sounds cooler than just cool, look no further-this is it!!! If it's a 10 rating scale I would give it a 10.

This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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jovitujovitu

Tech 21 Trademark 10Published on 12/13/03 at 11:11
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Ben is a transistor amp
The is very small, lightweight

UTILIZATION

Super simple
3 amp
3 types of sound
3 types of HP
egualisation active, Pre gain and output level ...
Headphone out, dirct, Hp supplmenatire, Effects Loop

SOUNDS

Sounds a convaicants and easier to find than a Pod XT, there's a line out XLR and it was the real ractions an amp (guitar incidence distance etc ...)
It sounds like a big as he is very small clean sounds go great in crunch mix ...
I play Jazz ....

OVERALL OPINION

Even if the Pod is more complete, it is a great little amp, those who play on a guitar body must better understand what I mean .... Manir any effects they were in a DTD .......…
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Ben is a transistor amp
The is very small, lightweight

UTILIZATION

Super simple
3 amp
3 types of sound
3 types of HP
egualisation active, Pre gain and output level ...
Headphone out, dirct, Hp supplmenatire, Effects Loop

SOUNDS

Sounds a convaicants and easier to find than a Pod XT, there's a line out XLR and it was the real ractions an amp (guitar incidence distance etc ...)
It sounds like a big as he is very small clean sounds go great in crunch mix ...
I play Jazz ....

OVERALL OPINION

Even if the Pod is more complete, it is a great little amp, those who play on a guitar body must better understand what I mean .... Manir any effects they were in a DTD .... And it sounds warmer than a Pod
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changalachangala

Tech 21 Trademark 10Published on 06/16/05 at 05:22
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Cf further notice
shame he did have a channel ...

UTILIZATION

The manual is very clear ...

Everything is very intuitive. The pots rpondent diffrent by type of amp chosen ...
example:
0 = healthy gain clear marshall and mesa (the second of slecteur clean)
0 = no gain on the fender ...

In addition the knobs for awesome sound its active (low middle and treble), cd, they cut the sound to the left and right on the contrary they boostent.

SOUNDS

The his 'light' is the ... the first time you look behind the receiver to verify that there is no lamp ... The ism is striking!!
It is gnial, we did everything we want with saturated crunch clear .... all is good .... and no...…
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Cf further notice
shame he did have a channel ...

UTILIZATION

The manual is very clear ...

Everything is very intuitive. The pots rpondent diffrent by type of amp chosen ...
example:
0 = healthy gain clear marshall and mesa (the second of slecteur clean)
0 = no gain on the fender ...

In addition the knobs for awesome sound its active (low middle and treble), cd, they cut the sound to the left and right on the contrary they boostent.

SOUNDS

The his 'light' is the ... the first time you look behind the receiver to verify that there is no lamp ... The ism is striking!!
It is gnial, we did everything we want with saturated crunch clear .... all is good .... and no problem of punch the lights never tires ...

I love the clean sounds .... and saturated, it is really versatile.

One small problem: the difficulty hp 8 inch monitor when you put the bottom ...

The rverbe is a true spring trs good sound ... until we Exceeds than half of the race ...

OVERALL OPINION

This is an excellent choice for a home studio, plus it is very easy to carry a small beef with a friend.
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Tech 21
  • Model: Trademark 10
  • Series: Trademark
  • Category: Modelling Combo Guitar Amps
  • Added in our database on: 09/19/2003

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