Yamaha THR10 Desktop Guitar Combo Amplifier

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    Product Description

    The Yamaha THR10 Desktop Guitar Combo Amplifier packs in everything you need from an off-stage amp. Real tube amp tone and dynamics, great sound at low volume, genuine hi-fi quality stereo playback and full recording capabilities. Prepare to spend a lot more time playing guitar!

    Delivering unsurpassed realism, quality, and the ultimate tone, the THR10 guitar combo amplifier produces the sound that you want and the feeling that you need. The THR10 incorporates several quality features, such as Yamaha's extended stereo technology, VCM effects processor, THR Editor and Cubase AI, Steinberg's professional music application. By molding these features into the TRH10's unique design, Yamaha has made it possible to capture subtleties that go beyond simple simulation to deliver a true musical performance.

    Yamaha THR10 Desktop Guitar Combo Amplifier Head Features

    • VCM effects processor
    • Five amp types plus bass, acoustic, and flat
    • Yamaha's extended stereo technology
    • Cubase AI, Steinberg's professional music production application
    • Stereo playback from your smartphone or other device
    • Tap tempo function to quickly set delay time
    • Built-in chromatic tuner
    • Simulated orange tube glow from the metal speaker grille
    • AC (PSU supplied) or battery power
    • User memory function
    • Additional in-depth controls include compressor and noise gate functions
    • THR Editor available for download
    VCM Effects
    Most of THR10's effects feature VCM effects processors. Based on the technology used in Yamaha's professional audio mixers, VCM effects give unsurpassed realism and quality.

    VCM (Virtual Circuitry Modeling)
    VCM effects are capable of capturing subtleties that simple digital simulations cannot even approach, going beyond simple simulation and delivering the truly musical performance that makes classic analog gear invaluable even in today's digital production environment.

    Yamaha Hi-Fi Audio Technology
    The THR10 guitar amp was developed with Yamaha's award-winning AV division to offer true hi-fi stereo sound and a new experience in guitar amplifiers. The exclusive, specially designed speaker enclosure is optimised to handle both guitar and stereo playback sounds making THR uniquely capable of giving you amazing tone for both your guitar and your track from a compact, portable amp.

    Extended Stereo Technology
    THR10 amp incorporates Yamaha's Extended Stereo Technology to create an incredibly wide, spacious audio image. Stereo tracks and studio quality reverb take on a depth unimaginable from such a small enclosure.

    Cubase AI
    THR is bundled with Cubase AI, Steinberg's professional music production application that offers full-fledged recording and editing.

    THR Editor
    The THR Editor, available for download, offers deep editing of amp and effect parameters using a computer. Additional in-depth controls include compressor and noise gate functions.

    USB Connection
    THR10's design provides stereo playback from your smartphone or other device through its AUX jack or direct from your computer via the USB connection.

    User Memory
    User memory function lets you save up to five amp settings of all controller and switch settings for quick recall.

    Tap Tempo and Built In Tuner
    Tap tempo function to quickly set delay time. The built-in chromatic tuner features accurate, stable tuning and an easy to read display.

    Virtual Tube Illumination
    THR10's Virtual Tube Illumination includes a simulated orange tube glow from the metal speaker grill.

    Product Specifications
    Yamaha THR10 Desktop Guitar Combo Amplifier Specifications
    • Amp Type: Clean, crunch, lead, brit hi, modern, bass, aco, flat
    • Effects: Chorus, flanger, phaser, tremolo, delay, delay reverb, spring reverb, hall reverb
    • THR Editor Effects: Compressor, noise gate
    • Controller/Switch: Amp, gain, master, tone, effect, DLY/REV, guitar output, USB/AUX output, user memory switch x 5, TAP/TUNER switch
    • Connections
      • INPUT, standard mono phone
      • PHONES, standard stereo phone
      • AUX IN, stereo mini
      • USB
    • Speakers: 8 centimeters, full range x 2
    • Rated Output: 10 watts, 5 watts + 5 watts
    • AC Adaptor: EADP-38EBA, included
    • Battery: AA alkaline batteries or nickel-hydride batteries
    • Dimensions (W x H x D): 183.5 x 360 x 140 millimeters
    • Accessories: AC Adapter, USB Cable, Stereo Mini Cable, Cubase AI DVD-ROM
    • Chromatic Tuner: Yes
    • Weight: 2.8 kilograms
    Helpful Info about the Manufacturer
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    What is your overall opinion of this product?
    This is a pretty impressive little piece of technology as far as I'm concerned. It might be classified as a multi-amplifier modeler. The sounds it will produce are probably a matter of taste. Combined with a Line 6 DL4 I was doing some jamming at home using a Fender Telecaster which some people might consider 'twangy' but I like it. The point is had I mixed it with some vintage performances by The Who, not pumping myself up too high and not at the more skillful level Peter Townshend plays at, yet to a good extent, using this amp, one would be hard pressed to say for certain which part was actually being played by The Who and which was the mix I could have added. I haven't tried jacking directly into a sound board through the earphone jack yet, but that could get done today. Would I recommend this? Absolutely. I think it is an incredible little amp with a finite but extremely large number of possibilities for sound creation. This is not for the stiff, one-dimensional types.
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