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Ibanez TSA5 1x10" 5 Watt Tube Combo

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  • Shipping Weight: 20.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B007OJKB86
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #25,889 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: March 25, 2012

Product Description

The Ibanez TSA5 combo guitar amplifier combines the genuine sound of an all-tube guitar amp with the classic sound of a TS9 Tube Screamer distortion circuit. The result: a super-portable 5-watt tube combo amp that gives you absolutely incredible overdrive tone. Plug in, fire it up, and prepare to blown away! Five watts may not sound impressive, but the TSA5's tone it absolutely HUGE! It's the perfect amp for recording or playing smaller gigs, where a full-sized monster amp would pummel your audience into the fetal position. (If that's what you're going for, you might want to check out the TSA5's big brothers, the TSA15 and the TSA30). What's more, the TSA5 features a genuine Celestion speaker, so even without the Tube Screamer circuit engaged, you've got yourself a truly classic-sounding tube amp. Get your Ibanez TSA5 tube combo amp from GearNuts.com today!


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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By N. Gonzalez on April 18, 2014
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I have no idea why these aren't completely sold out. This is the perfect practice/small space amp. I compared many other options- Orange Micro Terror, Bugera V5, VHT Special 6, Blackstar HT-1 and 5, Vox AC-tv 4, and a few others. You can't beat this for the price even if you are just paying for the tube amp itself. But you also get the Tube Screamer which is $100+ stand alone. And I got it from Geartree via Amazon and they threw in a Planet Waves tuner [$50] and a 10% off certificate. So basically I got a tube amp for $30. I'm still pinching myself. And yes, the sound is fantastic. Great mellow, classic tone all the way through crunchy overdrive as you'd expect. One of the best purchases I've ever made.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By John Kellogg on June 23, 2014
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Have you hit a rut in your home guitar practice regimine? Looking for something to ignite that fire in your belly to keep playing and playing until your fingers bleed? Introducing the Ibanez TSA5.

Ibanez had the ingenious notion of taking a quality all-tube 5 watt amplifier with a 10 inch speaker (also available: 15 watt and 30 watt versions with a 12 inch speaker), and adding their infamous Tube Screamer circuitry to it. How is it this wasn't thought of decades ago? I don't know, but I'm glad it exists now.

Your onboard controls are straightfoward: volume, color (the amount of Tube Screamer you want in your tone), and then dedicated controls for the Tube Screamer effect: level, tone and overdrive. There is also a toggle switch for flipping the Tube Screamer on and off, but really, will the Tube Screamer ever be off?

Spend a few minutes fiddling with the knobs, and before know it, you're in tone nirvana. Plug in single coil guitars like a Stratocaster or a Telecaster, and you can get that really mellow tube overdrive that everyone's after. By the time you roll your guitar volume to 10, the amp responds with that extra bite that you're looking for. Plug in a guitar with humbuckers, and a re-adjsutment of the controls will get you that snarling Fender Champ breakup that you've heard on all those old records (you'll know it when you hear it).

You can crank the "overdrive" and "color" controls to really push the amp into full-on distortion territory, but that's not really the sweet spot of the Tube Screamer. And a 5 watt amp with a 10 inch speaker is just not going to sound its best in that mode.
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