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B.B BB10 Blaster 10W Amp.
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BB Blaster BB10 Guitar A mplifier. 10 Watt guitar amp designed with your needs in mind. Feature laden, great sounding, able to adapt to all kinds of music. This amp has a standard 1/4 input jack for plugging in your instrument. It is intended for guitars but will accept other instruments as well. Features:Fantastic 10W practice amp On -board controls for Drive, Gain, Bass and Treble EQ On-board headphone socket for silent practice
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The B.B BB10 blaster is a small impressive guitar amp which I had in my possesion for about an hour (it has now been returned). It has a great sound and as other reviews have pointed out packs a mean punch for something so small ( check out the distortion button, if you like a bit of distortion with your playing).
If you are a guitar player looking for a reasonably priced guitar 'practice' amp, I can recommend this amp. I myself was looking forward to receiving a small Bass Guitar amp like the one provided with the 'Encore package'. Amazon please sort yourselves out on this one? If the B.B blaster Bass amp version isnt for sale as a separate item dont include it in the search bar as a Bass guitar amp.
The main problems are that the clean sound is too harsh and clinical, and that the distortion sound is truly awful (i.e. virtually unusable). If you still want to get this amp, or already have it, I'd recommend getting a secondhand multi-effects box as soon as you can (e.g. Zoom G1 or G1X are usually between £20 and £40 secondhand). With a reasonable effects box between you and this amp, you'll have a much better chance of getting some sounds that will encourage you to play.
Much better secondhand alternatives to this amp are the Kustom KGA10FX, Vox Pathfinder series, most small Marshalls, most small Fenders, and Line6's smallest amps. The ubiquitous Squier SP10 has a nice clean sound, but its distortion is very limited. Secondhand you should be able to find these suggested amps for between £15 to £40.
My review is based on trying this amp with several different electric guitars. It might be better at amplifying acoustic guitars, or harmonicas and some other instruments, but as its main purpose is as an amplifier for electric guitar, I've reviewed it on that basis.
Worth the money, but if you want a decent metal sound this probably isn't the amp for you.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Coming from someone who owns a Amplifi 75 this amp is utter trash, i know its for home use but that main reason to practice with an amp that sounds decent, its too tinny, makes a... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Antonyh182
Should be sold 5 pounds. Not strong, break after a few uses and poor qualityPublished 9 months ago by lavrud
Faulty equipment that had no power initially, now plays intermittently after buying a new lead, very disappointed with this product and can't return as postage of £8. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Sarah Farragher
Bought this for my son's electric drum set. I wanted something cheep and small as he only uses it during his lessons. Read morePublished 14 months ago by N. Hales
Been brilliant as a starters level amp and such a good price.Published 17 months ago by Mr. P. Gilbert