All Ashton Reviews:
Ashton: BlueTongue 50Guitar Amplifiers
Ashton: BlueTongue 50

The Ashton BlueTongue50 pumps out full and rich sound at 50W, is easy to transport and looks absolutely fantastic.

POSTED: 02/22/2011 - 03:14 am

8.7
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Ashton: GA100FXGuitar Amplifiers
Ashton: GA100FX

It is 100W solid state with 2 channels: clean, and dirty, which gives you a good rock sound, and an optional boost on the dirty channel which gives it a realy agressive metal tone.

POSTED: 07/07/2009 - 04:00 am

7.3
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Ashton: VP30Guitar Amplifiers
Ashton: VP30

The VP30 is a compact valve amp perfect for recording or playing small live gigs. All the warmth and character you expect from a valve amp are here in this quality unit, which also features an effects loop and two foot switchable input channels, each with their own 3 band EQ controls to tweak your sound to perfection.

POSTED: 11/19/2008 - 03:10 am

6.1
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Ashton: GA50Guitar Amplifiers
Ashton: GA50

With a booming 12 Power Force speaker, there's no mistaking what you're getting in this little black box. Plug into this amp and you've got 50W of raw sound on tap. The newly redesigned pre-amp retains Ashton's quality sound and now offers you even more versatility, with 2 channels allowing you the option to play with either a clean or dirty' sound.

POSTED: 03/22/2008 - 02:09 am

3.3
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Ashton: VP50HGuitar Amplifiers
Ashton: VP50H

Rediscover that vintage valve sound with the VP50H 50W tube amplifier head. Perfect atop the mighty GQ100 Quad, you'll be amazed at the depth and warmth of tone this unit produces. With a choice of 2 channels and clean, crunch, mean and filth settings, it's easy to create your own unique sound. Independent 3 band EQ controls along with a master reverb dial give you even more control over your sound.

POSTED: 11/08/2007 - 01:07 am

7.8
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Ashton: GA10Guitar Amplifiers
Ashton: GA10

A great little amp for beginners, the GA10 delivers 10 watts RMS output which is plenty if you're just starting out and you don?t need the neighbours to hear. Turn up the gain controls for a dirty, distorted sound, or plug in your headphones for a private practice session.

POSTED: 08/28/2006 - 06:57 am

4.4
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Ashton: VP100HGuitar Amplifiers
Ashton: VP100H

Rediscover that vintage valve sound with the VP100H 100W tube amplifier head. Perfect atop the mighty GQ100 Quad, you'll be amazed at the depth and warmth of tone this unit produces. With a choice of 2 channels and clean, crunch, mean and filth settings, it's easy to create your own unique sound. Independent 3 band EQ controls along with a master reverb dial give you even more control over your sound.

POSTED: 02/15/2006 - 01:27 am

5.1
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Ashton: GA4012Guitar Amplifiers
Ashton: GA4012

Big Amp - Big Sound. 40 watts RMS, 12" speaker, 2 footswitchable channels, 3-band EQ, Headphone socket.

POSTED: 11/14/2005 - 01:25 am

7.6
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Ashton: GA100HGuitar Amplifiers
Ashton: GA100H

A beefy 100W head unit that is the perfect partner for the GQ100 speaker box or your existing speakers. 2 channels with separate EQ controls let you switch easily between clean and dirty sounds. Master level and reverb dials let you control your sound, and a headphone output is handy for setting up, tuning or practice.

POSTED: 06/29/2005 - 06:10 am

5.3
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Ashton: VP50Guitar Amplifiers
Ashton: VP50

The VP50 is a great all-in-one amp offering 50 watts of good old-fashioned grunt. A warm vintage tone comes thanks to its old-style valve construction.

POSTED: 06/13/2005 - 06:14 am

7.6
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Ashton: GA80Guitar Amplifiers
Ashton: GA80

This is 80watts, and its a coupla hundred cheaper than the Peavey and Marshall 50-60Watts.

POSTED: 07/27/2004 - 04:26 am

8.7
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