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Kona KCA15 10-Watt Electric Guitar Amplifier

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Take your jam sessions to the next level with the Kona KCA15 10-Watt Electric Guitar Amplifier. Impress your family and friends while sharing your skills through this 10-watt guitar amplifier, which includes a 5 speaker, guitar jack and headphone jack. Customize your sound by controlling the Kona amps volume, bass and treble with its handy knobs. With a vintage-inspired tweed covering, this amp has rubber feet and a carrying handle for easy transportation to your next gig. Ages 10 and up.
Dimensions (Overall): 11.0 inches (H) x 4.0 inches (W) x 10.0 inches (L)
Material: Nylon
Includes: 120 Volt Electric Cord
Weight: 12.0 ounces
Suggested Age: 10 Years and Up
Number of Outputs: 1 Output
Number of Inputs: 1 Input
Input Type: 1/4" Jack
Output Type: 3.5mm Jack
Features: String Musical Instruments Accessories: Volume Control, Treble Control, Rubber Feet, 1 Channel, Carrying Handle, Bass Control
number of speakers: 1.0
Musical Instrument Compatibility: Most Electric Guitars
Warranty: 1 year limited warranty
Warranty Information:To obtain a copy of the manufacturer's warranty for this item, please call Target Guest Services at 1-800-591-3869.
TCIN: 10579992
UPC: 809312120143
Item Number (DPCI): 057-12-0221
Origin: Made in the USA or Imported

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5 out of 5 stars
Leelee1 year ago
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This is a great little amp. Gives a punch for its size.see moreof the reviewer's review
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Great little amo

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5 out of 5 stars
Jared Scott1 year ago
Has gain and treble levels. Bass levels. Lot of bang for your buck. It's a great beginner amp. It makes a lot of noise for being a little 10 watt.
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Bringing Out the Rocker in My Son

5 out of 5 stars
James M Merrigan7 years ago
With four boys in my house I am constantly "trying" out new instruments. We had the piano phase, the trumpet phase, the drum phase, and now we are in the guitar phase. I have learned that the "phase" can be short, so this time around I bought the guitar and the lessons but told my son "no amp" until...see moreof the reviewer's review
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