Joyo MA10B Portable 10w Bass Guitar Amplifier
The JOYO MA-10B amplifier offers a compact design for comfort and portability.
The amp uses a customized 5-inch full frequency speaker with a rated power of 10 watts ensuring that you achieve an uncompromised tone for your instrument.
The amp has a 1/4 Inch jack input and features a switchable normal/bright channel for useful tone variation. The MA-10B also has separate high-quality 3.5mm jacks for aux input and headphones out. The aux input will allow you to plug in your media device and play along with your favourite backing tracks.
In keeping with the portable nature of this amp, there are 2 hidden shoulder strap buckles that allows for easy carrying to your next jam, lesson or even busk.
The MA-10 series can be powered with either a 9V 1200mA DC Centre negative Power supply or 6 AA batteries. Using 6 AA batteries will give you 3 hours of playing time with the amp. The Innovative Logo on the amp will light up indicating when the batteries are turned on.
The Tech Features
Switchable Channels: Normal or Bright
Output Power: 10 Watts
Speaker: 5 inches 60 Hz at 4 Ohms
Power Requirements: 9v 1200mA power supply or 6 x AA batteries (Batteries not Included)
Battery Life: Approximately 3 hours
Included Accessory: Power Supply 9v 1.2A DC; No strap Included, Guitar Straps Compatible with the Amp
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A disappointing purchaseThis is my first portable practice amp - I got it because of it's unique (for a bass amp, anyway) feature to be powered by AA batteries - small, easily portable and discreet enough to take to small acoustic jams... or so I had hoped. I'll be honest - this little thing sounds terrible. Even on the clean channel, turning the volume up past 50% makes the speakers sound tinny and rattly. turning it up a touch more gives it a harsh, unpleasant crackle. To get any sort of clean tone, I have to drastically adjust the tone and eq on my bass and use only the bridge pickup, which as you can expect makes it sound thin, weak and nasal. The drive channel sounds nothing like an overdrive, it sounds like crumpling newspaper into a microphone. I didn't expect an amp at this price to sound glorious, but the speakers are practically unusable at any volume. The only reason I use it and haven't returned it is it does have both a headphone jack and a line in, so I can practice to prerecorded or jam tracks through my headphones and not wake up the family. I'd find a different practice amp if I were you!