Ibanez Tone Blaster 100H
+
Ibanez Tone Blaster 100H

Tone Blaster 100H, Solid-State Guitar Amp Head from Ibanez in the Tone Blaster series.

  • Increase or decrease font size
  • Print
  • RSS

All user reviews for the Ibanez Tone Blaster 100H

  • Like
  • Tweet
  • Submit
Average Score:4.1( 4.1/5 based on 11 reviews )
 5 reviews45 %
 4 reviews36 %
 1 user review9 %
 1 user review9 %
Value For Money : Excellent
awamga10/13/2011

awamga's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Good head for budget."

Ibanez Tone Blaster 100H
Everything has been said. The only small catch is that the reverb is really unnecessary (we do not hear it) and really full of parasites.

UTILIZATION

Configuation simple. I have not read the manual, I do not see too much utility. I found my sound by fiddling 2-3 minutes.

SOUNDS

Well I play a bit of everything. I quite like the clean sound is pretty good overall. For the distortion in some fiddling I managed to get a more than adequate for the price of your head! a very good value for sonoritées of the head. I play it with a Fender Start, an Ibanez and a Les Paul s a brand unknown. level because I'm not difficult: two distos.

OVERALL OPINION

I have 2 years now. I love the clear sound that is very fast. I like a little less distortion, it is minimal tweaking to get a good sound. I tried a few heads as a line 6. value for money: really good, I would do this choice with eyes closed!
MathieuK06/14/2007

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

Ibanez Tone Blaster 100H
I use the head with a firm Beringer ULTRASTACK BG412F.

in terms of characteristic of the beast watching others! ;)

UTILIZATION

Very simple configuration, there is a pa to high to find the sound.
Abors the sound of all clean: its cool but my taste lack of heat (it's a transistor amp!) apart much his net and c niquel lens.
Then the crunch: thanks to "boost" you get a very good crunch sound just put on the clean channel knob "gain" has 8 to boost the way and here it actually sends something nice.
and finally the distortion: so here it gives me great satisfaction after using the distortion of my previous amp (Roland Cube 30) and the distortion of my multi-effects (zoom) which were very disappointing I am finally satisfied with it manages to make everyone really what you want, the distortion of punk ac acute disto has the greasy good good metal ki finally over disgusting is the good foot!
the manual?? never seen and no need

SOUNDS

So as I said above for several distortion includes its really kind of bcp for everything after that is the stuff super clean melodic sound ac it is better now have pedals or a multi-purpose pasque the only sound is present on the head its a "reverb" is that we can say is really a shit ... means almost no reverberation in the cons if you like the sizzling there's no worries!
I play an ibanez poor quality so I got some sizzling test with a Shecter There's no problem and on the contrary!

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for about 2 months and the price / quality ratio is unbeatable though of course we just find something lacking in this amp again if I choose this carefree
paprik03/17/2007

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

Ibanez Tone Blaster 100H
The Ibanez TB100h-half-stack includes a head while transistor 120W into 4 ohm and 8 ohm to 100.
He has the face of an input, a headphone jack and the loop.
There behind the decision poour footswitch and speaker cabinets.
-2 Cranberry (bass, middle, treble, gain, reverb and volume) for 2 and a presence and a general boost. It comes with a 4-button footswitch (Boost, Channel, Mid Shift and Reverb).

UTILIZATION

Trs-simple everything is indicated on the head and Fawn is not any manual that will teach you something.

SOUNDS

I play Rock / Mtal and it suits me perfectly.
I play an Ibanez GRG270B (guitar metallic) with a small multi-purpose Zoom G2.
I do not dig the sound as a barbarian on bass preque a bottom, clean a little more than half in the same medium prsence and has half the boost on the overdrive channel is the heavy. Minten clean the equalizer for the whole half the reverb a little more than half and almost no gain.
The clean channel is clean trs, but ds that we put the boost it a crunch.
The overdrive channel is something else that's big.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for about a month.
I love it because it is almost a sound of tube amp (I exaggerate a little).
A power of thunder!
I play with and repeated in my room and down volume (trs same below) was the same sound when.
I pay my 640 and I am super happy.
I tried several before buying one stack on the LX120h Laney, Marshall and Crate MG100HDFX GT1200h and for me, best of all l.
And no go sit in the store closed eyes is the one that I would resume.
manson.reznor02/02/2007

manson.reznor's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Ibanez Tone Blaster 100H
I use the head with the cabinet TB100H ad-hoc TB412A Ibanez. I think therefore covers the torque head and cabinet TB100H TB412A.

Transistor amplifier
120w rms into 4 ohms / 100W RMS into 8 ohms
Output 2 HP - footswitch connector (reverb, boost, channel, mid shift)

Reverb

Boost - 2 EQ bass / medium / treble - independent reverb for each channel - presence

Effects loop - headphones

Cabinet 4 x 12 "it seems the HP Ibanez Powerjam
Power handling 400w rms of Baffle (800w peak) in mono - 200w RMS stereo (400w peak)

UTILIZATION

Simple config:

one branch, it sets the gain, equalization and forward the music!
No need to tamper for 1 hour to operate this amp.

EQ very effective to the proper awesome sound.

SOUNDS

Instead, I play Rock / Progressive Rock / Blues. It suits me perfectly for this purpose.

First, the distorted sounds: It's not too bad for a transistor amp. But it lacks dynamics. It's not in a good Marshall ... but better than some Fender transistor distortion.
As against this crunch gets great sounds using the boost on the clean channel. Bluesy and it is very hot. A very good crunch ...

Now, sounds clear: There great surprise! It's slamming, relatively warm and clear. Can be crystalline or oily depending on the settings. Many relief and above all a holy potato
We can not say that it has its own personality, but its low coloration can reveal precisely the effects of their personalities without having a sound too typical.

So if the channel distortion is not for you, connect a good pedal on the clean channel.
So I had the opportunity to push the amp hard. It does not seem to saturate easily sounds clear. My ears are saturated faster ...
The truly serious bump!

However, forget the reverb. It is pretty bad.
I put 8 / 10 because the distortion and reverb are top ...

OVERALL OPINION

If emcombrement a stack does not scare you, then this amp is ok.

He has a great clean sound but the channel is not saturated terrible. The addition of a pedal is needed.
He developed a sacred power and with the trunk. Manufacturing seems serious.
I, who swore by the tenors of the market (Fender, Vox, Hughes & Kettner), my curiosity prompted me to try this amp. I do not regret at all.
When I think that some time ago, I found it crazy to have a stack. Because it's too big or too loud, etc ...
Well now I find it difficult to return to a combo. I never had a combo that sounded as well and yet I had some (Fender Performer 1000 / Fender Roc Pro 700 / Peavey Classic 30 / Behringer GMX 212 / Marshall Valvestate - MG100DFX)

Unless my back screams of pain when moving frequently ...
manson.reznor02/02/2007

manson.reznor's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Ibanez Tone Blaster 100H
I use the head with the cabinet TB100H ad-hoc TB412A Ibanez. I think therefore covers the torque head and cabinet TB100H TB412A.

Transistor amplifier
120w rms into 4 ohms / 100W RMS into 8 ohms
Output 2 HP - footswitch connector (reverb, boost, channel, mid shift)

Reverb

Boost - 2 EQ bass / medium / treble - independent reverb for each channel - presence

Effects loop - headphones

Cabinet 4 x 12 "it seems the HP Ibanez Powerjam
Power handling 400w rms of Baffle (800w peak) in mono - 200w RMS stereo (400w peak)

UTILIZATION

Simple config:

one branch, it sets the gain, equalization and forward the music!
No need to tamper for 1 hour to operate this amp.

EQ very effective to the proper awesome sound.

SOUNDS

Instead, I play Rock / Progressive Rock / Blues. It suits me perfectly for this purpose.

First, the distorted sounds: It's not too bad for a transistor amp. But it lacks dynamics. It's not in a good Marshall ... but better than some Fender transistor distortion.
As against this crunch gets great sounds using the boost on the clean channel. Bluesy and it is very hot. A very good crunch ...

Now, sounds clear: There great surprise! It's slamming, relatively warm and clear. Can be crystalline or oily depending on the settings. Many relief and above all a holy potato
We can not say that it has its own personality, but its low coloration can reveal precisely the effects of their personalities without having a sound too typical.

So if the channel distortion is not for you, connect a good pedal on the clean channel.
So I had the opportunity to push the amp hard. It does not seem to saturate easily sounds clear. My ears are saturated faster ...
The truly serious bump!

However, forget the reverb. It is pretty bad.
I put 8 / 10 because the distortion and reverb are top ...

OVERALL OPINION

If emcombrement a stack does not scare you, then this amp is ok.

He has a great clean sound but the channel is not saturated terrible. The addition of a pedal is needed.
He developed a sacred power and with the trunk. Manufacturing seems serious.
I, who swore by the tenors of the market (Fender, Vox, Hughes & Kettner), my curiosity prompted me to try this amp. I do not regret at all.
When I think that some time ago, I found it crazy to have a stack. Because it's too big or too loud, etc ...
Well now I find it difficult to return to a combo. I never had a combo that sounded as well and yet I had some (Fender Performer 1000 / Fender Roc Pro 700 / Peavey Classic 30 / Behringer GMX 212 / Marshall Valvestate - MG100DFX)

Unless my back screams of pain when moving frequently ...
ouija01/27/2007

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

Ibanez Tone Blaster 100H
See other sheet

UTILIZATION

Very simple, no need to take the lead ...

The boost is great for soloists who want to be heard in their group!

SOUNDS

The clean sound is very good, clean, slamming, punchy. By pushing the gain was a little crunch not bad at all!
overdrive channel sluggish. It would not be a fan of the metal excited.

Equalization very effective, you can really paufiner sound as you want.
The reverb and presence are almost anecdotal but hey, we can do something when.

OVERALL OPINION

I used this amp 3 years. I personally highly recommend it if you have a preamp-type vox ToneLab or line 6 pod. I was playing with a ToneLab is, the combination is formidable (power amp + sound quality of the vox).
For small budget, nickel,

Nevertheless, it is imperative to have another distortion at the foot!
08/16/2006

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

Ibanez Tone Blaster 100H
Transistor
120w rms
4 ohms is 16 ohms selectable mono or stereo selectable by button
presence parametric bass middle treble volume
effect: reverb distortion

UTILIZATION

Super simple setup, light manual small so no-brainer!
you can get the sound that you want a quick provided you do not ask too much ....

SOUNDS

Then c is the big flaw: the metal is its so-called zero zero zero !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
j've played on several different lines of skyscrapers: the sound remains unchanged after Jusko rotten! adding effects on the clean channel you get to be correct but sounds good q buy koi is a distortion if the amplifier is suitable pa s and add it fo 100000000 effects !!!!!

[Edit of 16/08/06]

Yes I go from 0 to 7 lol I like the sound now with my ToneLab is, you can really have a good sound on this amp with the pedal is going well!

OVERALL OPINION

I use the 1 year since I can not stand the sound! It is my passion and CARREMENT dégouter guitar I dont even want to play! I can not change pa (expensive) and I'm disappointed in

[Edit of 16/08/06]

I found a good pedal geniale that revolutionized the sound of my Ibanez's why I put 5 but not more because I needed a pedal (not even when that nimporte lol (Vox ToneLab is for those who are curious) and now I have a 'very good' if not excellent)
04/27/2006

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

Ibanez Tone Blaster 100H
Well I will not repeat what was said.

UTILIZATION

Everything is super simple ... a good, not need the manual!

SOUNDS

- Will it fit your style of music?
I play blues / rock / hard rock with my band. N this amp is definitely not made for that.

- With what (s) guitar (s) / low (s) or effect (s) do you play?
I played with my Lag Roxanne standard effects pedal and a Boss ME-10

- What kind of sound you get and with what settings ("crystalline", "bold ",....)?
Crap ... impossible to find the sound I wanted. With or without the pedals ... it sounds "plastic" and devoid of any personality. The sound is cold.

OVERALL OPINION

- How long have you use it?
I, unwanted for 3 hours for a repeat. So my advice is to be taken lightly. In addition to being a regular at the Marshall, I admit not having found my account with this amp.

- What is so special that you like most and least?
No

- With experience, you do again this choice? ...
I will never buy this amp. It is not at all my style and his personality is sorely lacking. Maybe it is better suited to hard with a huge rack in the ass ... but I ... nothing to do.
Deadmicky11/28/2005

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

Ibanez Tone Blaster 100H
Output @ 100W @ 4Ω 8Ω/120W
Presence Level Controls
Overdrive Channel - Reverb / Volume / Treble / Middle (Pull Shift Switch) / Bass / Gain
Channel Switch
Clean Channel - Reverb / Volume / Treble / Middle / Bass / Gain
Boost Switch
Between input / Headphones / Effects Loop / Speaker Out / Foot Switch (x 2)
Weight 15.3 kg
Included footswitch IFS4

UTILIZATION

Easy and prcise
Manuel plain going direct to the point and can use almost gained the head
Trs good sound especially in mono.

SOUNDS

I use it with a Marshall 1960A cab Custom, I use it in mono (both in single cabin on 4 speakers with the wiring redone in a larger t). I play it with my RG350DX Ibanez of the same brand.
TRS is obtained by adding to it its good an effects loop on decision-effect.
Fits well for scne trs.

OVERALL OPINION

This is a head which for its price (339) worth. With good car (the same brand or another type Peavey or Marshall), it allows easy use of scne thanks to its footswitch. on the other hand, use only single level made for a big sound. And used as speaker cable to connect it to the cabin.
Rom.pz08/18/2005

Rom.pz's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Ibanez Tone Blaster 100H
120 W
Clean: reverb, volume, bass, mid, high, gain
Overdrive: reverb, volume, bass, mid, high, gain
Prsence 2 Channels
Footswitch included
Taken to effect
Speaker Output
Headphone

UTILIZATION

The config is super simple.

SOUNDS

The clean sound is really not bad at all but the lack of overdrive EHJV for very heavy metal fan but a fan of Hard Rock will be thrilled!
That said, with a small rack effects (Boss GX700 for my part) the sound is impeccable.

OVERALL OPINION

It's been a few prs year since I played with the head and I am fully satisfied. Furthermore, what good value qualitprix !!!!!! Do not hesitate if you want a head on a limited budget.