Yamaha THR Head and Cabs

Discussion in 'Amp Modeling' started by MoPaul, Sep 3, 2015.

  1. mdubya

    mdubya Senior Member

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    I don't get the appeal of a 100 watt modeler. But, eh... :hippie:

    [ame]www.youtube.com/watch?v=1jeJ3FG17lo[/ame]
     
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    Walt_T Senior Member

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    Nice, but a little sterile. I'll stick with my tubes.
     
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    TheX Voice of Reason

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    They actually are. They have the lead in silent strings. I have the steel and nylon string guitars, and the violin...soon to have the cello. They also have what many consider the best amps in the THR realm.

    I don't see the new amp as something I'll want, but your statement is just another generalization. No facts or substance at all.
     
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  5. northernguitarguy

    northernguitarguy SWeAT hOg

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    No other company on the planet has introduced more people to the joys of playing music than Yamaha. :dude:
     
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  6. Dodeejeroo

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    Seems pretty good from the videos but I'm plenty satisfied with the THR10. The THR10 is great for what it is marketed as: a versatile, great sounding practice/coffee table amp. I feel like this will just bomb as most will ask the same questions that have been asked here, "why would I choose this over xxxx tube amp?"
     
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    Or a blackstar ID series, which is way more affordable, less than half the price Yamaha is asking for that overpriced turd.
     

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