ZT luchbox Jr. Good clean tone for practicing?

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  1. PFDP
    Member

    Hi,

    I need a really small amplifier with a good clean sound.

    I found the ZT Lunchbox jr. Has anyone try one?...For the price and the size ( nevermind the watts, it is just for practice in different places) if it has a good clean tone, it would be a good option.

    Bye.

  2. jamacy77
    Member

    Dear PFDP,

    I own two ZT amps, the acoustic Lunchbox
    http://www.ztamplifiers.com/products/lunchbox_acoustic.html

    and the one for electric guitars.
    http://www.ztamplifiers.com/products/lunchbox.html

    I don't know the jr. model.

    For what they are, I'd say they're great amps for low volume and practicing. However, I'd NEVER bring that to a concert or a louder rehearsal.

    If you use an archtop, definitely go for the acoustic lunch box. It's worth it to pay the difference.

    Peace

    Magical rainbow ponies
  3. arewolfe
    Member

    They are great amps. I use mine on my solo gig because it's 40 pounds lighter than my Supersonic. Definitely suitable for practicing.

  4. PFDP
    Member

    Thanks guys,

    I asked about the jr because it is so small and portable that is very suitable for what I need, But I hate those small amps with horrible sound.

    For playing live I use a Henriksen or a twin reverb ( lately always the Henriksen because of the weight).

    So what I looking for it is just a very small amp to practice alone, with a backing track maybe. The Jr is the smaller and cheaper of the ZT models...

    I have an archtop and a semihollow, but as I said...it is for practicing use only!!! :-)

  5. jamacy77
    Member

    I would get the acoustic Lunchbox if I were you...but... give it a try before you buy.


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