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manXcat

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Just a heads up for those it might interest.

Vid promoting the recently released Yamaha THR II lineup. Unsure if it's superseding or supplementary to the original THR series. They're a tasty piece of kit, especially coupled with the Line 6 G10 wireless.

All of course, at a price. They ain't cheap.

UPDATE: Jack shows off THR II wireless goodness.

"Life is just a bowl of cherries ...."

#1

Just a heads up for those it might interest.

Vid promoting the recently released Yamaha THR II lineup. Unsure if it's superseding or supplementary to the original THR series. They're a tasty piece of kit, especially coupled with the Line 6 G10 wireless.

All of course, at a price. They ain't cheap.

UPDATE: Jack shows off THR II wireless goodness.

"Life is just a bowl of cherries ...."

beaucoupfish

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Joined: 09/07/15

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This is exciting. My Yamaha THR10 is one of the best purchases I've ever made for practicing.

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This is exciting. My Yamaha THR10 is one of the best purchases I've ever made for practicing.

manXcat

"It's getting better all the time"♪♪

Joined: 02/17/18

Posts: 740

I can easily believe it.

The original THR series are versatile home studio practice amps.

Admittedly a Yamaha Musical instruments afficionado, I very nearly bought a THR myself when starting out on my guitar readventure as my first and then only amp for a while, but in the end, couldn't resist the exceptional value of Blackstar's ID:Core 40 features and performance at its price point which additionally afforded me a Blackstar Fly 3 Vintage Combo pack (Fly 3 + Fly 103 extension + mains PSU for 6W in stereo) with the change shortly after for even greater flexibility and versatility.

"Life is just a bowl of cherries ...."

#3

I can easily believe it.

The original THR series are versatile home studio practice amps.

Admittedly a Yamaha Musical instruments afficionado, I very nearly bought a THR myself when starting out on my guitar readventure as my first and then only amp for a while, but in the end, couldn't resist the exceptional value of Blackstar's ID:Core 40 features and performance at its price point which additionally afforded me a Blackstar Fly 3 Vintage Combo pack (Fly 3 + Fly 103 extension + mains PSU for 6W in stereo) with the change shortly after for even greater flexibility and versatility.

"Life is just a bowl of cherries ...."