#1
So I dont know if anyone else has heard of this, but I saw this while browsing Guitarcenter's Site, and it made me wonder why have a 200W amp, if you're only gonna give it one 6.5 inch speaker, the logic doesnt quite work for me... Explain?

http://www.guitarcenter.com/ZT-Lunchbox-200W-1x6-5-Guitar-Combo-Amp-105497689-i1475411.gc
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That's what I though too..
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There's a market for loud and cheap amps. I imagine that that one would do pretty well for garage blues and such.
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There's a market for loud and cheap amps. I imagine that that one would do pretty well for garage blues and such.

I just cant imagine getting a very full sound from a 6.5 inch speaker.
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it would make sense if it has an external jack to hook up cabinets for gigs, then you could just hook it up and use it as a head. But if your just practicing you already have a little speaker so no need to hook everything up.
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A speakers size has no impact on it's quality.
Some people like the way smaller speakers spread sound.
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Lol, i wanna play trough it, you never know, it might sound amazing, or like shit, i dont know but i wanna find out
#10
200 watts through a 6 1/2-inch speaker??!! Someone must have been smoking some serious weed!

They had ought to have a competition to see how long you can play it at full volume before the speaker blows.
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it would make sense if it has an external jack to hook up cabinets for gigs, then you could just hook it up and use it as a head. But if your just practicing you already have a little speaker so no need to hook everything up.


It has an external speaker jack and a headphone jack.

Personally, I think it's a great idea. A loud, clean, cheap, small amp. Perfect canvas for pedals. This sorta thing seems pretty ideal for a budget-minded guitarist who's more clean than dirty.
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#12
Jazz. And portable MP3 platform.
#13
+1 to Raijouta and Goolz. It looks like a pretty killer small Jazz gig amp. I wanna try one.
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#14
I played one a few weeks ago, it sounded pretty bad. It didn't work well for jazz, too thin sounding probably due to the tiny speaker. If you really have to have a portable amp, I guess it could work, but it sounded quite awful.
#15
Yeah im guessing with a speaker like that it pretty much sounds exactly like watching the video on my laptop as it does IRL
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I played one a few weeks ago, it sounded pretty bad. It didn't work well for jazz, too thin sounding probably due to the tiny speaker. If you really have to have a portable amp, I guess it could work, but it sounded quite awful.




I guess my guess was wrong.
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Yeah, it does sound pretty bad. No better than my MG, actually...

From what I've read, running an OD in front helps.
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I guess my guess was wrong.

There's no shame in that, I guessed the same thing, since a lot of the nicer jazz amps are high wattage, small speaker deals. This isn't one of them, apparently.
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portable and loud? Plus. some people like small speakers. Gives it a bit of punchiness and less bass.
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The product maker does not even have the decency to tell you what tubes they're using if any.


I would not buy from these guys, not honest. They've got something to hide.




It's 200 watts and takes up less than a cubic foot of space, including the speaker. What the fuck do you think genius? It even says diode overdrive on the website. Not everything is a conspiracy.

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"Packing 200W of power, the ZT Lunchbox has enough output for a jam or live gig. The Lunchbox amp's world-class tone has pros using it in the studio as well as onstage."
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