Summary: I have a small apartment in a small but densely populated apartment complex - space and noise is an issue. As a beginning guitarist, I contemplated a small amp but decided on the Mini Tone Master (because in my apartment, the smaller the better).
Summary: was so suprised when amp arrived.my first reaction was no way is this going to be what i want .man was i wrong. this is a powerful practice amp.brings out good sound & is fun to use carry it anywhere no problem .no need to plug in runs on battery.great little amp.
Perfect with headphones - Smaller than your toaster.
Paula Gallagher, amazon.com
12 September 2011
Summary: Sounds ok on its own, not very loud or good quality at any high volume, but then when you plug in some good headphones, AWESOME! Great gain, tone, high volume, sounds awesome, perfect to use as a headphone amplifier with some play and effect. Great sound, awesome deal. Score! :D
Summary: Overall dimensions 6 3/4" x 6 1/2" x 2 1/4". Very nice travel size. Sound is about what you would expect. It is basically a toy. If you use more than 2 (of 10 max) gain, it sounds awful. I turn guitar volume to max and adjust volume on the amp to desired level.
Summary: I bought this little amp more out of curiosity than anything else and I am amazed by the tone it produces. Granted, the clean channel is a little quiet, but it sounds crisp and clear. And with the gain turned up, this thing can easily fill a bedroom with sound.
Inexpensive, compact, and LOUD = great little amp.
Brandon K. Rush, amazon.com
1 June 2011
Summary: I bought the Mini Tone Master as a practice amp for my Dean EVO electric guitar, and love it -- but there are a few things you should know before a possible purchase: 1. When they say "mini," they mean it.
Summary: I was quite surprised by this amp after plugging it in. Before doing so I figured it would sound like an old transistor radio. Far from it. Nice tone and for its size, quite loud enough. Very crisp highs with this amp.