If you thought 200 watts of power couldn’t be packed into a box the size of…well…a lunch box, then think again. The ZT Lunchbox is out to prove its biggest critics wrong. It’s been kicking and screaming since 2009 and converting disbelieving crowds by the hundreds that amps don’t need to be big or pricey to sound great.
Weighing in at less than 10 pounds (just over 4.5kg) the ZT Lunchbox is definitely a portable amp. It boasts a 6 1/2 “ switchable speaker (115V/230V) which will make your guitar heard in the practice room or gig in any size space.
The ZT Lunchbox can handle really well any pedal effects you connect to it and of course it delivers a great sound with single-coil pickups as well as humbuckers.
If you are looking for a little amp to have at home and carry around get yourself a Lunchbox.
WARNING: small does not necessarily mean quiet.
The ZT Lunchbox features an ambience effect which basically simulates an open back cabinet. It comes with Headphone and DI output, custom ultra-high performance 6.5” speaker, Aux input on ⅛” stereo jack and voltage switch 115V/230V.
What about its size?
The dimensions are: 7.5” x 9.8” x 4.4.” (192mm x 250 mm x 112mm). It weights around 4.3 Kg (9.5 lbs.) The peak output is 120 dB and it has the typical volume, gain and tone controls as well as ambience. It also has a separate control for line out and headphones volume.
How much does this little monster costs? The price range is from $250 to $400 (USD)
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