15W Guitar Combo Amplifier
Tuning the boost switch on increase gain by 6db. This function gives players a thicker Tube Screamer sound.
The tone control gives players access to the natural clean sound and biting crunch only possible with tube amps. A simple 2-band control is provided.
TSA15H and TSA15 are able to switch between 15W mode and 5W mode by using the switch located on the back of the amp. 5W mode is designed for those quieter playing situations like practice or home recording, when you require less volume but still desire plenty to warm Tube Screamer tone.
You can control BOOST/NORMAL and TUBE SCREAMER ON/OFF with the footswitch (sold separately).
A variety of outputs allows connection with most types of speaker cabinets. Enjoy the full-tube tone of the TSA with your favorite cabinet.
The Ibanez Tube Screamer has long been the name people think of first with overdrive pedals, and TSA tube amps come with the legendary Tube Screamer circuit built in. Each cabinet is designed to match the TSA amp featuring the popular CELESTION® speakers. The TSA amps can create natural clean sounds, fat crunch tones, and even warm smooth overdrive tones with the modified TS9 circuit built right into the amp. You can enjoy the warm and familiar over drive sound of the Tube Screamer any time you want.
|output||Pentode - 15W / Triode - 5W@4Ω/ 8Ω/ 16Ω|
|tube||Pre Amp : 12AX7 x 2, Power Amp : 6V6GT x 2|
|speaker||12"" Celestion® Seventy80|
|controls||Tube Screamer switch, Boost switch, Master Volume, Bass, Treble
Tube Screamer section: Overdrive, Tone, Level, output power select (rear)
|i/o's||Guitar Input, Foot Switch Jack, Effect Loop (Send/Return), Speaker output|
|cabinet||Semi open back|
|speaker output||2 x 4Ω , 2 x 8Ω , 1 x 16Ω|
|size (mm)||435 (W) x 222 (D) x 435 (H)|
|size (inch)||17.1"" (W) x 8.7"" (D) x 17.1"" (H)|
The IFS2G footswitch and the speaker cable are not included and are sold separately. (Power cable is included).
versatility in a box!By: Jarrod Dafter on 29 October 2016I purchased this amp looking for something smaller, yet something still loud and good with my pedals. Initially, i plugged in and realized how many tones i could dial in, and found a sweet spot pretty quick...I then turned on the boost! With the boost, it pushed the mids and gave a slight breakup on high volumes(too loud for my neighbors!) So i turned on the tube screamer, and to my delight it was great! Just like a tube screamer should be, smooth warm, classic rock and pushing a little farther. For anything higher gain i use pedals in the effects loop and it takes them perfectly. Does what i hoped it would, and looks great too.