#1
I have a Kustom amp. On the back it says Model: kla10 and below that Watts: 40 W max. But one day, while browsing in guitar buyers guide 2000 i saw my model, kla10. Underneath it read "12-watt guitar practice amplifier". Now im very confused. It is a discontinued model so i can find no help on internet. I recieved amp with my guitar and never asked what watt it is. PLZ PLZ PLZ PLZ PLZ PLZ PLZ PLZ PLZ PLZ PLZ PLZ help!
#3
Jeebus, you don't need to bump after three minutes.

Anyhoo. It's probably the maximum power intake of the amp, or the wattage rating of the speaker.
#4
It's the max the amp watts the amp can produce WITH another power amp. But your only going to get 12 watts out with your amp alone.
#5
Quote by FMNStratGuy
It's the max the amp watts the amp can produce WITH another power amp. But your only going to get 12 watts out with your amp alone.


dude, thats ridiculous, if the preamp of his amp was plugged into another power amp the output wattage would be whatever the output wattage of the *new* power amp is.

and TS, its the max power intake that is 40W, and it gives out 12W.
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