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  • iamqmaniamqman

    Its sound like its looks

    Fender MD-20 Mini Deluxe Published on 06/08/11 at 14:17
    These things are quite an interesting marketing tool. It seems that the big manufacturers have been producing these mini pocket amps with a lot of units going out. They are cheap and cheap to make and pretty much sound exactly like you'd think....trash! If you think you would get any decent tone out of these things you are gravely mistaken. If you are simply just using it for practicing purposes then that is fine and worth the money. However, I don't think most people who play real tube amps could stand to listen to these things for too long.



    UTILIZATION

    Details
    Type Solid State
    Number of Channels 1
    Power 2W
    Speakers 2"
    No Effects
    No Reverb
    EQ Tone
    No Amp Modelin…
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    These things are quite an interesting marketing tool. It seems that the big manufacturers have been producing these mini pocket amps with a lot of units going out. They are cheap and cheap to make and pretty much sound exactly like you'd think....trash! If you think you would get any decent tone out of these things you are gravely mistaken. If you are simply just using it for practicing purposes then that is fine and worth the money. However, I don't think most people who play real tube amps could stand to listen to these things for too long.



    UTILIZATION

    Details
    Type Solid State
    Number of Channels 1
    Power 2W
    Speakers 2"
    No Effects
    No Reverb
    EQ Tone
    No Amp Modeling
    Number of Tubes 0
    Preamp Tubes No Tubes
    Power Tubes No Tubes
    Inputs 1 x Instrument
    Outputs 1 x Headphone
    No Footswitch I/O
    No Effects

    SOUNDS

    These thing sound extremely nasally and thin. Nothing about this amp feels or sounds real in any way. In fact if you just blindly listened to it you woulnd't even hear the Fender tone at all in this amp.

    If is moot to even discuss the proper guitar to play with this because if you are playing this then you aren't that concerned with the sound. Just plug any guitar into this thing because it will all sound the same anyway...garbage.

    OVERALL OPINION

    In my opinion there are a few better ways of getting decent practice amps. One of those is saving up a little more extra cash and get a $100 Peavey vyper amp or a Roland Cube amp. At least you will get some features and maybe a little more enjoyment in your playing.

    At new these amps come in at around $40 which is not a lot of money for a little amp and I'm not complaining about the price. Its just how it sounds will not make you want to play this for an length of time.
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