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BB Blaster 10W Guitar Combo

Product Code: 601300

BB10 B.B. Blaster 10W guitar Amplifier 10 watt guitar amplifier, designed with your needs in mind...

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BB10 B.B. Blaster 10W guitar Amplifier 10 watt guitar amplifier, designed with your needs in mind. Feature laden, great sounding, able to adapt to all kinds of music, this amplifier really delivers. 1.) ZAP - Push this little button to get lots more ZAP and blast. 2.) ENTER - This is a standard 1/4" input jack for plugging in your instrument. It is intended for guitars but will accept other instruments as well. 3.) BEEF - Adjust this clockwise to increase the amount of distortion you add to the overdrive signal. Used in the lower ranges of the control, you get a less distorted sound, a `bluesy` tone. As you increase the gain, you add tremendous amounts of distortion to the signal for a harder edged `crunch` tone. 4.) TWEAK - This is an overall tone control. It is a specifically designed control that in the extreme counter-clockwise position, will give a full bodied sound with lots of midrange tones. Increasing this control boosts the bass and treble but reduces the midrange. 5.) ENJOY - The output volume control for the entire amplifier. 6.) SHUT-UP - A 1/4" jack for plugging inheadphones to put the sound in both ears,creating a pseudo-stereo sound. Volume will be determined by the volume control. It will automatically disconnect the internal speaker when plugged in to allow quiet practising. 7.) JUICE - This switch turns the power to the amp on and off.
Customer Reviews
  • Verified Customer
    on 13 February 2011
    I use this product just practicing at home or jamming with friends at youth club, it's a great little thing, plenty of power in it. The only bad thing I can think of is the fact that I get a tiny bit of buzzing going on when the guitar is in certain positions respective to the amp's position.

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