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ZT Amplifiers Lunchbox Junior 35-watt Class D Guitar Amplifier with 5-inch Internal Speaker

The ZT Amplifiers Lunchbox Junior is an incredible-sounding, pro-grade, mini portable guitar amp. This amp can be powered by a regular wall outlet or on the go with the ZT Battery Pack or Car Adapter Cable (each sold separately). It also has a 9V pow...

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Practice

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Reviews around quality (5.00 of 5)

  • However, the sound quality on my junior is amazing, and I can easily run effects through it to create whatever sounds the situation calls for.
  • I have setup a 12v battery pack to this in order to have it as portable and sound quality is fantastic!

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Reviews around addition (5.00 of 5)

  • It makes a welcome addition to my small but respectable amp collection
  • This amp would be a great addition to any collection of amps or a great main amp because it sounds so good and is so small and portable
  • for use with the Lunchbox Junior with a 2.1mm female to 2.5mm male DC adapter (also available on Amazon).Even if you have other amps, you can't beat the size/convenience to tone ratio of this little guy, and it's a great addition to any amp collection.

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Reviews around practice (5.00 of 5)

  • It works ok as a quiet practice amp but isn't loud enough to be used when playing with others
  • This is still a nice little practice amp, despite it's limitations, and I will keep it around
  • Great little practice amp

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Reviews around end (5.00 of 5)

  • I love the size of it, it has enough low end for my needs and the sound is relatively full bodied
  • There's not a lot of top end sparkle here, pedals

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Reviews around pedal (5.00 of 5)

  • It takes pedals very well and as I said before I love the size (and weight) of this thing
  • It also accepts pedals well

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Reviews around way (5.00 of 5)

  • I do like the way it overdrives with the LP.
  • I love the way the tone knob works too

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Reviews around projection (5.00 of 5)

  • I am using it with an acoustic electric guitar and love the projection it provides.
  • I highly recommend it if you are looking for a very mobile unit with great sound projection capabilities.

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Reviews around product (5.00 of 5)

  • Excellent product,fast service,would definitely recommend this nice amp

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Reviews around volume (3.86 of 5)

  • However, the volume is fine for a few acoustic players but the speakers start to buzz pretty quickly, especially on the low E.
  • Terrific volume and clean headroom for such a tiny thing--it almost looks like a child's toy, it's so small.
  • You don't get any useable volume till you hit 50% on the dial
  • I had the Roland Micro cube RX which I sold because It was big and heavy, had terrible battery life, had a poor tone and less volume than I could get with the Lunchbox Jr.
  • Can stay clean to a pretty good volume but to get it real loud you gotta crank the gain, which puts it into some thick

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More about ZT Amplifiers Lunchbox Junior 35-watt Class D Guitar Amplifier with 5-inch Internal Speaker

  • The ZT Amplifiers Lunchbox Junior is an incredible-sounding, pro-grade, mini portable guitar amp
  • This amp can be powered by a regular wall outlet or on the go with the ZT Battery Pack or Car Adapter Cable (each sold separately)
  • It also has a 9V power output to drive your pedals! You can run your whole rig without an outlet in sight and still generate up to 117 dB, making this the perfect mix of portability and power
  • The Junior doesn't have the Lunchbox's super high output capability, but it still puts out rich tone and a surprising amount of volume for a small amp only half the size and weight of the ZT Lunchbox amp (5 lbs! talk about lightweight!)
  • Jazz players love it for mid-volume gigs, and it's great for recording and home use because it takes up almost no space, it's simple to use, and it sounds so much bigger than it is
  • With flexible controls that take you from warm and mellow to pure overdrive bliss, it's just an all-around fun amp
  • The Junior received a Premier Gear award from Premier Guitar magazine in 2012
  • In the review, Matthew Holliman wrote, "The size-to-volume ratio is nothing short of remarkable
  • There is a fantastic, tube-like warmth that you just don't hear in many solid-state rigs...I heard a character-rich set of overtones and each note had a pleasing roundness." Jake Kelly of American Songwriter wrote in his review: "I've had situations where this portable amp would have been the way to go without giving up any tone
  • Frankly, I've been lugging around too much amp." No matter what other amps you own, the ZT Junior is a must have, especially if you need a portable, battery-powered amplifier kit in your stable.