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SAINSBURY'S Bush Classic Guitar AMP Bluetooth Speaker - Black £10 @ Sainsbury's (Gravesend)
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Made hot 19th AugMade hot 19th AugLocalLocal
PLEASE NOTE THIS IS SAINSBURY'S INSTORE DEAL. Same item at Argos £29.99 Go old school and crank it up to 11 with this retro style Bush Classic Guitar AMP Bluetooth speaker. Flick … Read more
random_dude

Just picked up last one in Romford, cheers op

TimTheTourMan

Also in Sainsburys Chichester

HarryFenner

It isn't bad at all. You're not going to ruin a guitar by plugging into it. I just got mine home and it seems better than OK, especially for £10. No overdrive, but seems to break up quite well at 11. There were plenty left in Sainsbury's Heyford Hill, Oxford, this afternoon. The shelf sticker showed something like £50 reduced to £38, so I asked the checkout operator to scan it first before buying.

marklewis10

I wouldn't risk plugging a decent guitar in to this. It's cheap but junk.

palsapal

Personally I prefer the ones from Swarfega who've got greater experience making amps than Bush. (flirt)

Bush Classic Guitar Amp Bluetooth Speaker - £12 instore @ Sainsbury's, Chippenham
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Made hot 10th AugMade hot 10th Aug
Seemed a good price down from £50 (y) (receipt in the comments) found in-store at Sainsbury's Chippenham. Bluetooth speaker - Using the Bluetooth connection, simply pair your de… Read more
daniel.garrad

Just purchased this , it's £10 , such a bargain , as long as the bass isn't at 10 it does sound nice and clean , I can't believe you can get a better £10 Bluetooth speaker legally !

sussexroyal

Bought in Welshpool, not any good for me.

Willy_Wonka

National deal. Title needs amending

Rodders89

Glad this helped! 🎸👨🎤 Rock on

Cooltide

@Rodders89 thank you so much. I just bagged the last 2 at my local Sainsbury's. 'till now I've only been practicing at home through headphones, which gets a little tiring. I've been looking for something small, quiet and clean (frfr-ish) to use at home at the back of my line 6 floor modeller. I now have hundreds of amp and cab combinations, all whisper quiet, with big stupid grin inducing stereo effects. (Love me some ping pong delay). All for a Bargain £24. My initial impressions after playing through these for an hour... This amp can only deliver clean tones. I've got hottish pickups on one guitar and I couldn't get any clipping. You're gonna need some pedals In front to get some crunch and I don't know how well it'll respond to bring overdriven. It might sound pleasing or not. The mix is louder for the aux in and Bluetooth inputs than it is for the guitar jack. I needed to turn the volume down on Aux In and Bluetooth devices to balance the mix when playing through the guitar jack. The speakers are too small to push any air, but they sound quietly acceptable with the bass and treble boosted. The output from the guitar jack doesn't sound anything like 5W RMS. But the aux in and Bluetooth are a bit louder. Maybe the 5 Watts are needed to provide sufficient headroom so that the aux in and Bluetooth don't distort. However I don't plan to use the guitar jacks in the longer term. I'll route my modeller to the aux in for more volume than I need at home. (I guess I could have done this with any Bluetooth speaker with an aux in, but these look so cute with their mini Marshall Combo classic Vibe.) (Just a heads up if you're looking to do something similar with any pair of Bluetooth speakers, using their aux in. It's easier if they're mono speakers. Using a mono cable to the aux in of a stereo speaker won't work well. With these stereo Bush's, you need to get two lefts to the stereo input of one of them and two rights to the other.) But Wow... £24... Delighted. :D :D :D

TC Electronic Bass Rig Bundle - BH800 Amp Head & K-410 Cabinet With Stagg SSP2SS15 2m Speakon to Speakon Lead - £399 Delivered @ Andertons
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TC Electronic Bass Rig Bundle - BH800 Amp Head & K-410 Cabinet With Stagg SSP2SS15 2m Speakon to Speakon Lead - £399 Delivered @ Andertons£399£95458% offAndertons.co.uk Deals
An exceptional price on both of these as a bundle. Totally way above what most would need, but I can't help but share, especially now it's actually in stock instead of pre-order / … Read more
sarkymark1

Lets rock!

JamesSmith

TC Electronics was once a fine maker of musical instruments. Then Behringer bought them out in 2015.

Qix_

Great deal, well spotted!

alcopop

Thanks. Not that any of it means anything to me, but a friend is in to that sort of thing, so passed on to him.

Ken

Oh, I know! I had to double check the next best price from other retailers, as I thought I'd missed something. Good reductions though. A lot of Andertons Epic deals are really strong offers usually. Not seeing so many recently, but still... I like to have a nose from time to time.

ROCKET XF 3/4 Size Electric Guitar Bundle + 6 months free online music lessons with Gigajam @ Currys PC World
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ROCKET XF 3/4 Size Electric Guitar Bundle + 6 months free online music lessons with Gigajam @ Currys PC World£93.99£101.998% offCurrys PC World Deals
Decent little starter set for those looking to test the water / get a feel of things with a 6 string guitar bundle. Free delivery andd/or Click & Collect if that's easier for y… Read more
guitarbloke

Cheap and nasty with poor quality accessories. As others above have said, spend the extra and get a Squier - at least it'll have some resale value if the kid decides not to keep playing. But I'd steer well clear of this. There's nothing more off-putting to a new player than a guitar that's uncomfortable to play, or that won't stay in tune.

gari189

Its a good price at the moment (normally £60) - when I got it, it was £60.80. It's such a good price - I posted it as a deal

Father-Jemima-Racktool

Wow, never seen one of them before. Thanks!

freddyfender

Second hand boss katana ..should be about a hundred quid Or a blackstar / vox/ line 6 modeller which will be cheaper

gari189

Thought about a headphone amp - Amazon have a great price on the NUX mighty plug £47.49

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Marshall MG100HFX MG Gold 100W Guitar Head Amplifier Includes Footswitch - £170 Delivered @ dv247
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Made hot 29th JunMade hot 29th Jun
Marshall MG100HFX MG Gold 100W Guitar Head Amplifier Includes Footswitch - £170 Delivered @ dv247£170£1848% offDV247 Deals
Now £170 delivered on this, which is the best price around for brand new. The next best is £184 at Reidys and then you're looking at over £200. It's an 100W model with 4 channels, … Read more
joeldeals

the MG series has been around since I was a teenager, and that was a long time ago now. The guitar amp world has come a long way since then specifically solid state amps and Marshall are stuck in the mud with this one.

CDRk33N

The MGs absolutely awful awful awful amps, avoid. Anyone who needs 100 watts of amp isn't going to be buying one of these that's for sure. Can get an orange tiny terror for less money than this and it'll sound far far better too. Don't buy this.

MartinFrankcom

Yes indeed. I had an item ‘delivered’ when I was not there and a delivery advice leaflet shoved through the door. Subsequently the place it had supposedly been delivered to claimed it had not received the item and given our good relationship with the owner of the place we believed him. I contacted the company stating that I had NOT agreed to a drop off if we were absent but they flatly refused to chase the parcels whereabouts. In the end I had to involve the credit card company who gave us a full refund. I know the problem was caused by the courier being dishonest however if I pay for delivery and it is dropped elsewhere specifically against my instructions then I fail to see why I should have to become a detective to find my item; nor why I have to involve the credit card company because the seller is not upholding their obligations under distance trading laws. CAVEAT EMPTOR.

Jm899

Does it go up to 11?

JonnyDuddle

I wasn’t the only one then!

Radial Engineering Tonebone Headload Guitar Amp Attenuator 4Ohm - £336 (Inc VAT) delivered @ Thomann
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Radial Engineering Tonebone Headload Guitar Amp Attenuator 4Ohm - £336 (Inc VAT) delivered @ Thomann£336£1,08069% off Free P&P FreeThomann Deals
One of the best sounding attenuators, normally over a grand (still that price at other retailers). This is better than used price on reverb. Looks like only the 4Ohm version is sti… Read more
moreteavicar2

Don't understand the need for this, surely any decent amp has separate gain and output level stages - you get the tone and distortion you want from the preamp gain and tone settings, the output stage lets you... control overall volume... seems to be a gimick to me or am I missing something?

Burlo

Depends on the attenuator. This is about the best there is. It’s not the cheap resistor-based technology, it’s transformer-based reactive attenuation that takes the Fletcher Munson curves into account at the lowest volumes (highest attenuation) by allowing the user to dial in more lows/highs. Nothing beats pure valve tone, but this is the best thing for low db levels.

Westwoodo

It's a great price but I find attenuators changing the tone in more ways than just lows or highs.

Smithers37

I would buy one but there is absolutely no way I would be able to explain this to my other half. It would be difficult explaining it to myself.

Andybro

Good price but at the least it needs to show price including VAT in description. Just add 20%.