Yamaha THR30II Wireless review | Guitar World

by GuitarDomain

It’s hard to believe now, but before Yamaha launched its THR series just over a decade ago, the average practice amp (trust us, they were very average) sounded remarkably like an enraged wasp in a tin can. Full of custard. 

Typically thin, nasally, gutless and muddier than the Mississippi Delta, it’s no wonder that players dreamed of upgrading to something like a Fender Twin, an AC30, a Mesa Boogie Mark IIC+ or a Marshall JCM800. Sadly, the well-healed ones who did would have made two alarming discoveries. First, noise abatement orders are ruinously expensive, and second, playing at neighbor-friendly volumes sucks all the tone from even the finest guitar amps.

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