The more I'm looking at this little thing, the more I want one! I think it'd be pretty hilarious to have an amp mounted on my pedalboard! So, anyone use one of these little guys?
I could not agree more. Well put.Originally posted by jdsgilmour
I got a Nano Amp about 6 months ago and think it's great. However, it is what it is, and that's a 1/2-watt novelty practice/recording amp. I agree with John Phillips, whole-heartedly. When I play the Nano Amp, I'm playing it for its own sound, which I like. I'm not trying to emulate any other tone. Although Zach says it can be sort of a "micro-Marshall," I would say it really has its own tone, which is in that arena, but definitely different. Also, speaking of tone, I play it when I want low volume distorted tone. If you want low volume clean, I would say look else where. To get a decent clean tone (and I mean "clean," not on the edge of break up, etc.) on the Nano Amp, it is barely audible. Well, it's definitely audible, but not what you would consider a working volume. In conclusion, if you dig it for what it is, get one. I did and don't plan on ever parting with it (plus, I got it in cool silver sparkle!). But, keep its limitations in mind.
That was truly awesome.Originally posted by jokerjkny
anyone try the Nano with an overdrive pedal?
saw this clip:
and was knocked out at the cool tones.