Artist LUNCHBOX 45w Class D Guitar Amplifier Head with Bluetooth



Artist LUNCHBOX 45w Class D Guitar Amplifier Head with Bluetooth

We are proud to introduce another great addition to the Artist Guitars range of guitar amplifiers. The Artist Lunchbox 45 Watts Guitar Amplifier Head.

This amp blends great tone, portability and power into one easy to use package! It boasts 45 watts of RMS output with a Tube Preamp and a 2 Band EQ. It features both a Clean and an Overdrive Channel selected by a simple flick of a switch. The amp is rated at 4ohm and has two speaker outputs which means that for example, you can use either one or two 8ohm external speakers.

No cabinet? No Problem! The amp also features a 3.5mm headphone jack out if you need to practice but do not want to wake up the neighbours. 

The amp also has Bluetooth functionality and Aux-In at the back of the amp, which allows you to play along with your favourite backing tracks. 

The LUNCHBOX can also be an effective gigging amp either on the main stage or as a great backup. A great option for studio recordings or even just for young budding musicians looking for an easy to manage amp head that definitely punches above its weight. Check this one out - it's worth the effort!

Tech Features:

Brand:- Artist

Model:- Lunchbox

Type:- Class D Head Amp

RMS Output:- 45 Watts

Preamp Tube:- 12AX7

Controls:- Gain, Treble, Bass, Volume, On/Off Switch, Bluetooth On/Off Switch, Clean/OD Channel Switch

Back Panel:-

2 x External Speaker Output (4ohms minimum, For example, you can use 1 or 2 x 8ohm single cab.)

Headphone Input- 3.5mm,

Aux In Send and Return Efflects Loop

Power Requirement:- 18v DC Centre Negative Power Supply (Included)

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Cute little amp

By: Alex on 1 May 2020
I love this amp, its small and perfect as I live in an apartment and its easy to carry - however I'm having sound problems! I don't think its the product because I received a replacement for a faulty one, can anyone tell me if I'm not setting it up right? Cheers!
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Kicks Butt

By: Luis on 30 April 2020
When I was originally told that this amp was so small you could throw it 100 metres, they weren't wrong. This this is so small it's sitting on top of my printer. Is it loud? Depends whether you want to bleed from every orifice; it's plenty loud. Via headphones, no problem. Via a reliable and robust speaker cabinet, OMG! I have it cabled to a 100W Marshall quad box, and it howls. Several times my wife had to come out to the studio and tell me to turn the volume down. Similar amps with half the wattage cost 5 times plus. My advice: get one, and get one soon before they all sell out and you have to wait for a shipment to arrive. I love my Lunchbox, and you will too. PS. I haven't had any nose or ear bleeds for a couple of days: I think I'm over the worst.
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Beast

By: Jim on 27 April 2020
So I bought this as a light weight alternative pedal platform to lugging around my 100w Fender 2x12 combo to gigs and rehearsal. All I can say that is for $149 (sale price I bought it for) this thing sounds massive. It has no worries keeping up with band/gig volumes (I play metal) and easily runs a 4x12 with lots of headroom and volume to spare. The only drawback I can complain of is that has no on board reverb, there is no carry case availible and the eq could do with a mid pot. Apart from that, buy it now, it's amazing.
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What a great little amp

By: Kevin Kelly on 17 April 2020
Wow for $149 I thought I would be getting a cheap plastic amp. THIS THING IS ALL METAL. Solid tiny amp that sounds way to big for it's size about 150mm x 100mm x 75mm . What a amp !!!! and it has bluetooth connectivity. Only played it for and hour but I love it. Please keep making great products I love them.
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