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Hotone MP-80 Ampero One


Multi-Effect Pedal for Electric Guitar and Electric Bass

  • New-Gen CDCM & FIRE Modelling System
  • Modelling Dual-DSP effects processor with up to 9 simultaneous effects
  • 64 Amp models
  • 60 Cab models
  • Over 100 pedal models
  • 198 Presets
  • Over 50 original Hotone effects - including High Quality Drive / Dynamic / Filter / Mod / Delay and Reverb models
  • Model the microphone type and microphone position
  • Support for additional third-party impulse responses using HoTone Editor (IR Loader)
  • 24 Bit signal processing up to 120 dB S/N ratio
  • Drum machine with 100 patterns
  • Integrated looper with 120 seconds of recording time
  • "Black Tech" acoustic guitar simulation
  • Integrated expression pedal
  • USB connection for editing the IRs/effects or for using the Ampero as a USB audio interface
  • 4" LCD 800 x 480 colour touch screen display
  • Controls: Volume, Menu/Value
  • Buttons: 3
  • LED: Effect on
  • Foot switch: Effect bypass
  • Current consumption: 500 mA
  • Dimensions (W x D x H): 273 x 143 x 51 mm
  • Weight: 1202 g
  • Includes 9 Volt DC power adapter

Note: No battery operation possible.


  • Input: 6.3 mm jack
  • Stereo output: 2x 6.3 mm jack
  • AUX in: 3.5 mm jack
  • Headphone output: 3.5 mm jack
  • Expression / Control connection: 6.3 mm jack
  • USB Type-B
  • AC adapter connection: Hollow plug socket 5.5 x 2.1 mm
  • Negative pin inside
In catalogo dal Maggio 2020
Numero di articolo 484997
Unità incluse 1 Pezzo
Design Floorboard
Tube(s) No
Amp Modeling Yes
Effects Yes
Headphone Output Yes
Direct Out Yes
MIDI Interface No
Integrated Expression Pedal Yes
Connections for Pedals or Switches No
Aux-Input Yes
Integrated Tuner Yes
USB-Port Yes
Drum-Computer Yes
Drumcomputer 1
Incl. Tuner 1
Expression Pedal 1
Line Out 1
PSU included 1
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€ 222
Spedizione gratuita, incl. IVA

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François Arnould 17.02.2022
I tried digital modelling many times, and always went back to tube amps eventually. The first time was a 1st generation Line6 Spider amp, 20 years ago. Sold it for a full Engl tube rack. Then I got a POD for home practice, it was fun but not realistic in any sense. Sold it for a Fender Super Champ XD (around 2008), which in hindsight was a really good amp. Then smaller-wattage tube amps became more popular and I didn't look at modelling amps again until I got myself a Zoom G1on for headphone practice. It was ok but there was always something unnatural about the way it felt, and lots of hiss and digital artefacts.

But this new generation is something completely different. I'm coming from a homemade Plexi-style tube amp, an EVH 5150 III lbx and a Laney IRT studio, along with a bunch of pedals and this is replacing them all for home use. Don't get me wrong, I still think tube amps have their place - cranked up a big space, I'm sure there's a feel and a presence that can't be matched. But at home, I prefer the Ampero into a Celestion G12H30 speaker. It feels alive, the sounds are realistic at any volume (powered by a Harley Benton GPA-100 power amp), there is virtually no hiss and it reacts pretty much like a tube amp - on models like the Plexi or a cranked Fender, for example, turning down the guitar volume knob makes the Ampero react like a tube amp. The dynamics are also very comparable to tube, very sensitive to pick attack.

I found most amp models great and usable. The Orange one is a bit of a disappointment as I'm not getting the grunt of a Rockerverb but all the rest is super good. The JCM900 is surprisingly amazing at high gain, the Recto is fat and chuggy, the 5150 has this typical grunt. Fender Deluxe is nice and sparkly but can be pushed. Tweed is warm and beautiful, Plexi full of bark and cutting highs. At low volumes, I don't think anything can beat it (apart maybe from more expensive modellers, haven't tried those).

Just a note on the output: all of the above opinion is about the Ampero plugged into a real guitar cab with Celestion G12H30 speakers via a SS power amp, that means with cab sims deactivated.
At first, my plan was to use it with a FRFR speaker and cab sims but that was very disappointing. I had bought a Celestion FXA200 (Full range "live" response) speaker to put into my 2x12 but all I got was fizz and a very weak sound with no body to it. I tried several impulse responses (Celestion, Ownhammer, etc.) and, while they were a massive improvement over the stock IRs in the Ampero, it still felt really flat and, well "digital" compared to plugged into a power amp straight into a guitar speaker. I also tested it plugged straight into my powered monitoring studio speakers, and got a similar sound to the Celestion FRFR. (Note: Celestion is recommending a specific bass reflex build for this speaker, which I didn't do, so I can't really comment on that. All I'm saying is that the Ampero sounded bad through it when chucked into a standard guitar cab.)

The unit itself is very well built, very practical. The software is great (need to update the firmware for it to work, look for instructions on youtube as that's not explained in the manual). The effects are just ok, I found (I mostly use reverbs and delays). They do the job but the delays and reverb are nothing to go crazy about. The spring reverb is quite bad - to me the Plate sounds more like a Spring should, anyway.

But the most important thing for me is how it feels. Basically, it makes me want to play. I'm having so much fun. For low volume practice, it's the best thing I've had in a long time. And at that price!
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Mage69 13.03.2021
I sold my old Line6 digital guitar processor and got the Ampero one and I have been very happy with it. It’s a really compact size unit (the old Line6 was huge and did’t fit a bag) and it’s easy to take it with you to a band practise. I plug the Ampero straight to a mixer and PA cabinets and it sounds great. You don’t really have to modify any of the preset sounds or mix it, everything blends in to the other instruments (bass, keyboard and drums). Most of the presets are usable. You’ve got all you need from distortion to clean sounds.
Still if you want to tweak it, there are plenty of choices and the attached good sized screen works really nice. You can easily build your own sounds or adjust the presets. Me, I like to keep it simple and I really appreciate the fact that the presets are sounding great and are well balanced.
The build in drum machine is great and it is easy to use as anyting with a clear UI. I like to practise with the Ampero at home with headphones on.
The build quality of this thing is good. You don’t have to worry that it breaks. Ok, the included small foot ”volume” pedal is not the greatest but even that gets the job done. There is not many outputs but for my use it’s fine. I use a single instrument cable to connect this mono to the mixer.
I’m happy with the sound. It’s not like the new processors that cost 1500€ but hey with the price tag under 300€ this one is well worth the money.
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Very nice processor!
Alezzz 04.05.2021
I use the device mainly at home. On a wide variety of equipment, and with a personal computer through monitors, and through a variety of speaker systems of all sizes. On everything from the smallest to very large systems - I can set up a very good sound.

I had many different processors, line6 m series, vox, zoom g5 ms70, m-audio black box. If you need a processor that is not expensive, with IR, looper, and overall good and modern sounding, this is the choice for you.

On the plus side, the amp simulators are great, even the fuzz sounds good.
From the minuses - the processor is of course not a competitor to top-end ones, there is no such dynamics on overdrive, but if you know what you want from the sound in a particular patch - you'll be able to adjust it.

As a whole - it does everything it's supposed to do. On the table, in the pedalboard, it doesn't take up much space. In the pedalboard by the way can be very well placed anywhere in the circuit.
When connected to the computer, using it as a sound card, looper retains its functionality, which is also definitely good.
Very happy with the purchase, thanks Thomann.
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MegaPascal 12.12.2021
I really liked the processor.
for a beginner, of course, the eyes run away from a bunch of possibilities. I was very pleased with the software, convenient and fast!
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