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  • Mini '57 Twin Amp
  • Guitar Combo
  • 1 Watt
  • 2x 2" Speakers
  • Headphone output
  • Power supply via 9V battery or external power supply (both optionally available)
  • Power adapter Article Nr:

    233089

Power 1 W
Speaker 2x 2"
Channels 1
Reverb No
Effects Processor No
External FX Loop No
Line Input No
Recording Output No
MIDI Interface No
Connection for External Speaker No
Headphone Output Yes
Footswitch connection No
Incl. Footswitch No
Item number 220505
£40
Including VAT; Excluding £8 shipping
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Fantastic toy for travelling.
Emilia S. 09.09.2014
At this price, you have a great sound, perfect as a travel mate for your guitar. It's nicely built, looks amazing, sounds like a fender, even if it's a toy. They made it to preserve some nuances of the fender sound, which I really appreciate. Absolutely recommended, even if it sounds like....what it's supposed to sound at this price! I also used it as a overdrive pedal (heard of some mods you can do to add a footswitch and bypass some wires to make it sound like a pedal) anyway I didn't do it, I just plugged it in my signal chain, it took a lot of volume off but gave back a nice overdriven sound to my amp, even if a bit compressed. Apart from these experiments, it's a great buy, take it if you want fun on a budget!
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Nice little Amp
Anonymous 08.03.2017
I use this little fender in my fx chain to get an overdriven sound before going into my recording interface. you get a surprisingly solid sound, low noise and quite a range of colors from very clean to really dirty.

the speaker itself sounds too thin for my taste, but if you want something really small for travelling, practicing or fooling around at home, it's totally sufficient, and really not bad at all!

build quality is very good + the thing looks really nice.

only problem - the 9v input doesn't work with my harley benton powerplant, so i'll need to buy a power supply.
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Oh dear
Alan403 06.08.2014
Seeing Leo's name on a product is no guarantee of quality. I'm afraid I found this battery practice amp a little dull and uninspiring. I know it's only a practice amp, but to me it fails to bring out the true sound of the guitar. I know, maybe I'm asking too much from such a small unit, so maybe I should consider spending a little more, as the price is good. Sorry Fender, this is cheap, unfortunately it sounds it!
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amazing!
Anonymous 26.06.2015
i cant get over how good this thing is ..some people are saying its like a toy or doesn't sound good ..how this compares to a toy i dont know but it sure aint one ..for a 1 watt amp its got some great sound and the tones from this little monster are fantastic..the tweed covered case is nicely done and feels high quality i think the main casing is wood so its got some nice bass to it ..its solidly built so will take a bit of abuse i think ..its a perfect amp for practising out in the garden or throwing in your luggage if travelling ..its perfect with my Hofner shorty .
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