Just Got The Yamaha THR10

Discussion in 'Modeling Amps, Plugins and Apps' started by bcorig, Nov 12, 2019.

  1. bcorig

    bcorig Friend of Leo's Silver Supporter

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    I just got it yesterday. I’m amazed by what it can do.
    Already sorting out what sounds best to me.
    $249 at Sweetwater.
     

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  2. backporchmusic

    backporchmusic Friend of Leo's

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    Nice! I'm going to grab a THR10II in a few weeks when they hit the stores--but it's hard to pass up these bargains on the perfectly fine original models.
     
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    8barlouie Friend of Leo's Gold Supporter

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    I have a C. Great little amp. I took one to our booth at the guitar show and it held its own with a large turn out and a lot of noodling going on.
     
  4. Shuster

    Shuster Poster Extraordinaire

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    Enjoy Brother!! Great little amps!!
     
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    MilwMark Doctor of Teleocity Ad Free Member

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    Best home solution I’ve found. By a large margin.
     
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  6. gkterry

    gkterry Tele-Holic Silver Supporter

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    I recently got a THR5 and really like it a lot too. I'm a set it and forget it kind of guy so the extra memories weren't worth the extra $$ to me. Great little amp with a superb sound.
     
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    Milspec Poster Extraordinaire Silver Supporter

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    I have mine sitting in my office for the past 5 years for when the urge strikes to play. The Twin setting remains my favorite and pretty much is the only that I use, but I still get amazed by that little amp...sounds really good.
     
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    NewKid Tele-Afflicted

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    You have the 10C with the boutique combo amps.

    Fender Deluxe
    Matchless DC30 (my fav)
    Fender Blues Junior
    Marshall Bluesbreaker
    Dr Z Mini Z

    Enjoy! I love my THR10C.
     
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    Absolutely love my THR10C, (almost always stay on the Marshall Bluesbreaker.) What amazing rich full tone at very, very low volumes. This what I hear players ask for over and over for home playing, or practice around family life, apartment neighbors, etc. This is it.

    Yeah, maybe to some it is a bit corny, but I find the little orange tube-like glow from within a nice touch. Very friendly little amp, with lots of possibilities. A touch of that "hall" reverb and some tremolo... My JMascis Jazzmaster stays plugged in most all the time.
     
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    EsquireBoy Tele-Afflicted

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    My thr5 is the best gear purchase I’ve made in a long time (and not the most expensive to say the least...).
    Enjoy, it will make you a better player since you will be able to practice whenever you feel to.
     
  11. bcorig

    bcorig Friend of Leo's Silver Supporter

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    It generates no thermal heat. Played for 5 hours yesterday. Not even warm.
     
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    Sneaks TDPRI Member

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    Fantastic piece of gear. Never had a single piece of equipment inspire me to play more.

    Have to comment on a potential quote of the new year via gkterry: "... I'm a set it and forget it kind of guy so the extra memories weren't worth the extra $$ to me."

    Could say the same about my first wife...
     
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