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Danelectro N10B Honey Tone Mini Amp in Burgundy
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- 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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A headphone jack on the amp means you can enjoy the amp's impressive sound quality without bothering the neighbors or waking your spouse.
Included with the amp is an Owner's Manual with simple start-up instructions. You'll need to have your own cord (the one that goes from the guitar to the amp isn't provided as part of the amp package...). The manual has several control settings for the following sound tweaks:
-Clean & Spanky
-Big Amp Overdrive
-Send the Cats Under the Bed
-Brit Solo Tune
-Early 80's Clean Solo
-Late 60's Neck Solo
I paid under $20 for this amp and couldn't be happier with the product. Don't hesitate to pick one up for yourself.
There is a space in the back of the unit for 1 9-volt battery Duracell 9-V Alkaline Batteries, 4-Count or you can use the included AC adapter to power the amp.Read more ›
When I've been looking for a mini-amp I found this and other models competitors like Fender or Marshall. I saw some videos on youtube, and I said that's what I need, even more when I come here and compare prices, this one is cheaper than Marshall MS-2 or Fender Deluxe Mini amp. After taken in my hands and play with my guitar I can't imagine how the other models can be better than this, simply amazing sound in a small box. It comes with a 9V Danelectro Vintage battery.
It's perfect to play in your bedroom with headphones, don't bother your roommate or your wife anymore.
I'm using this together a Belkin Rockstar as a mixer. So I added a backing track from an MP3 player, this miniamp and headphones, nobody can say nothing about noise. Even if you don't like headphones the power is more than enough to play in a small room.
It's a pocket-amp so it has a sound of its own. It's always amusing to see guys bash mini amps because they don't sound like a Marshall half-stack. Yeah... No kidding, Einstein. It sounds like a pocket amp.
You get on-board volume, tone and OD, 1/4" input for a cord and a 3.5mm input for phones. Huge bonus on the latter, with dedicated headphone amps being pricey. This can do both, while a headphone amp is just a headphone amp.
My preferred settings are to dime the tone knob, then play with the volume and overdrive to get the sound I want. If you play slide, this is quite possibly the perfect sound. I'd mic up and record with this with a slide, rather than trying to duplicate this sound with pedals or an effects processor.
One thing I can't comment on- but do believe is true- is that the product line may suffer from QC issues, right out of the box. While mine has been functional, it does have that plastic'y, cheap'y feel to it. It's not a rock-solid piece of roadgear, so don't expect that. It's the sort of thing that you take out of the box and say to yourself, "Yeah, I can envision this not lasting very long,", then immediately commence to playing with it, knowing that you won't be let down when it finally does die. It wouldn't be a shock if some guys bougt them and they were junk right out of the box.
Still, mine works fine. It's a $20 practice amp that gives off a great, crunchy sound. Take it for what it is and don't have delusional expectations, 100% guarantee you'll dig it. If I get a year out of mine, I'll order a new one when it breaks. If Danelectro made one for $39.99 rather than $19.99 and doubled the quality level, it might be the best thing, ever.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Dead battery. Other than that it's a good little amp for my 6 year old.Published 6 days ago by Jamie B.
Decent little portable practice amp. Clipped on my belt and a little short cord I can walk around practicing with an electric and hear the guitar. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Idontknowjack
Excellent especially for the price. better get before price goes upPublished 8 days ago by chris kennedy
tiny little baby amp, makes a significant sound. very portable, I use it on my workbench where I work on my guitars to test out things I'm trying out. Read morePublished 18 days ago by Huevos Rancheros
Very poor sound quality, but I guess you get what you pay for.Published 19 days ago by Marsha Gilbert
I'm an electronics and music hobbyist so I've made more than a few miniature guitar amps from scratch. Read morePublished 24 days ago by Mike