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Pyramid GA810 800W High Quality Guitar Amplifier

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  • Heavy duty wood construction - volume, bass, mid and treble controls - footswitch jack for reverb switching
  • 80 watts rms/800 watts peak - 1/4'' phone jack input - power on/off switch w/led indicator
  • 12'' high definition speaker - 1/4'' headphone jack - ac110/220 voltage switchable
  • Reverb/distortion effect - 1/4'' line out - dimensions: 16.2''w x 18.75''h x 11''d
  • Effects loop send/return - carry handle - weight: 30.9 lbs
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Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight14 Kg
Product Dimensions55.1 x 49 x 35.3 cm
Item model numberGA810
Country Produced Inchina
Output Wattage800
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank 95,791 in Musical Instruments (See top 100)
Shipping Weight15 Kg
Date First Available27 Oct. 2010
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Product Description

Pyramid Car Audio is a family-owned business that has been in the field for almost three decades now. Early on we developed a notion of how to bring affordable audio products to the market. We realized that, by working with the best manufacturers and demanding the highest standards, we could make it happen. At Pyramid, we pride ourselves as being the most affordable solution to car audio. With this constant vision in mind, it took only a few short years before Pyramid was considered the world wide leader in affordable audio products. We continue today with the same goal and notion in mind to provide our valued world wide consumers with the most competitive product for their dollar. Pyramid continues to produce best-selling, award-winning equipment in a wide variety of audio categories, including power supplies and inverters, woofers and tweeters, signal processors, and car headunits and amplifiers.

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Most Helpful Customer Reviews on (beta) 8 reviews
9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
Hot amp 19 Jan. 2008
By Shannon L. Mckay - Published on
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This is a good amp. Lots of power in a small package. We were looking for one with a lot of power, and this was it. The price was great, the shipping was fast, and the packaging was secure.
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Two Defective and No Customer Service 30 Nov. 2010
By Mark - Published on
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My first GA810 did not work at all so Amazon sent a replacement immediately. It worked OK when it arrived and then I set is aside while I finished a music room. When I plugged it in again it worked for about an hour total and then did what the first one did in that no sound was amplified regardless of the cables, instruments or knob positions. There is no warranty mentioned on their literature. Amazon asked me to call Sound Around (who supply these to Amazon) directly and they kept me on hold without ever answering my call beyond the initial transfer. I emailed them also with a high priority noting my problem and they ignored that entirely. Called Amazon back and they could not reach Sound Around's customer service either. Because it was outside of the 30 day Amazon guarantee they just said they would alert the team that deals with Sound Around that their customer service was an issue. I am stuck with a worthless amp and frustrated by non-existent customer service. Hope this is helpful to anyone considering this product.
9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
AMPED UP! 29 May 2007
By J. Inman - Published on
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This is an unbeatable product at this price point. No, it's not a Marshal/Peavy tube flame thrower from 1976, but it is a very nice practice amp, good beginner's amp, and a very solid item at a great price. The shipping is very fair. My son is learning to play and he and I have already enjoyed multiple hours of good times, good music, and great moments together. It has two inputs, and is dual channel although it is not advertised as such. A reverb. effect is an option. It is hard to make a mistake on this amp, unless you are planning to go on tour next week with Maroon Five...even then, they might have a couple of these babies on the bus! Very strong amp at the right price.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Don't even think about it 9 Aug. 2011
By Ernest J. Garner - Published on
I just got one of these in for repair. Complaint was "no sound". Turned out every potentiometer - that's every volume and tone pot - was defective. The only one that worked was the "distortion" pot. Obviously they purchased a bad run. The bad news is the pots are cheap. The good news is the pots are cheap, commonly used in other amplifiers and available at everyone's favorite auction site for about a buck apiece.

The zener diodes regulating the analog supply were way off spec - 16+ volts vs 12 volts and the dropping resistors were crazed.

The wires going to the speaker didn't use the standard quick-disconnect connectors. Instead they were wrapped around the terminals and poorly soldered - so poorly soldered that they pulled right off.

The standoffs that secured the preamp PC board were makeshift and the wrong height so they actually warped the board slightly and stressed the connections to the pots and jacks.

I think we can assume the QC on these units is marginal.

Finally, the 800w spec is a crock. The actual spec ([...])is 80 watts RMS and 800w peak. That's impossible. The no-load power supply voltage is +/- 30v. With that supply voltage and an 8 ohm speaker the absolute maximum peak power is 112 watts and the RMS is 56 watts. To get the 80 watts RMS you'd have to either connect it to a 143 volt AC power line or replace the speaker with a 4 ohm unit. Neither is recommended.

The only way this thing is going to put out 800 watts, peak or otherwise, is if it gets struck by lightning.
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Good value for the money, surprised it survived shipping 24 Jun. 2008
By Matt - Published on
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I bought this for my 7 y.o. daughter to hook her micropohone and electric guitar up to. She loves to make music and this is definitely a hit. Sounds pretty good (not as good as the Fender I use, but it's a lot less $), and the best part is the full set of dual inputs. That'shard to find in this price range, and almost impossible in an amp with this much kick. She loves it, I could afford it, and we are happy.

...However, there is still the matter of the loose bit of something rattling around inside it. You see, it came in the manufacturer's box, and that is not the problem. The folks at Amazon put the big (36 lb!) box it came in into a bigger box and did not use anywhere NEAR enough packing material to stop it from shifting around a LOT during shipping. The big box was almost completely destroyed and had in fact burst wide open (only a single strip of tape held it together on both the top and the bottom--woefeully inadequate) before it made it to me due to the terrible packing job Amazon did. The fact that I took it out of the box, plugged it in and it worked fine is testament alone to the fact that this must be a decent unit (no idea what the rattling thing inside the amp is--it is only evident when you pick it up and tild it... then you hear it roll...).

Reccomended item, but I hope yours ships in better packaging than mine did. Good value for the price.

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Update: Stopped working about two years after it was purchased. Not worth fixing. Conclusion: save your money and buy a Fender...
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