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Danelectro N10B Honey Tone Mini Amp in Burgundy
- Leather Handle
- Clean and Overdrive Tone Settings
- Belt Clip for Travel Use
- Louder than most mini-amps
- Offers a great clean, or overdriven sound
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|Item Dimensions||5.6 x 5.8 x 3.1 in||7.8 x 5.6 x 11.2 in||2.36 x 4.33 x 5.51 in||3.35 x 5.91 x 5.91 in||3.5 x 2 x 1.2 in||7.59 x 5.59 x 4.29 in|
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The Danelctro HoneyTone N-10 Guitar Mini Amp cranks like a little hot rod has a great clean or overdriven sound. The HoneyTone amp also boasts a real leather handle, belt clip, headphone jack, Volume, Tone, and Overdrive controls. The HoneyTone N-10 amp is powered by 9-volt battery (included) or a Danelectro DA-1 adapter.
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it has a good tone and really can't be beat for the price.
The only bad things are
1. its so light, it wants to move around with your guitar cord, unless you velcro it to something solid.
2. it does cutout if the input signal is too loud, I'm told it only does this under battery power. I haven't tried it with a 9v adapter.
if you can afford it and have the room, the Roland Boss MicroCube is a splendid alternative, but at 3x the price used and 6 times the price new, The MicroCube is a more expensive and larger amp (approx 12x12x10 from my memory) but it provides a lot more types of tones and effects.
I own both, but I like the Honeytone, cause it will fit in a guitar case or bag,which of course the MicroCube won't - though both run on batteries or a dc adapter.
You can't build an amp like this Honeytone from scratch for less than they charge for one already built, it is a great deal, that has a nice tone and works well in small spaces and quiet places. I'd give it 5 stars if they could fix the cutout on loud input problem, but its not that big a deal to ramp down the volume knob on my guitar, just annoying when it cuts out while you are strumming hard. The Roland doesn't exhibit this problem,
so I'm quite sure a bit of circuitry redesign could take care of this.or maybe a DI box with a 20 db pad.
It sounds good on a mag pickup or a piezo, or both and it gets loud enough to be annoying in my basement. I like it and would buy another should this one disappear or reach an early demise. It should be available in MetalFlake Blue. Something that sounds this nice should stand
- Loud to be so small
- Produces a number of different sounds from clean to distorted
- Extremely portable
- Retro 9V battery is charming
- Sensitive to feedback
- Would ROCK in a rechargeable version
All in all, this was a decent purchase. I give it 4 stars because a couple added features could make it better. For example, including a DC adapter.