The Tweedy is a part of the Joyo Bantamp range of affordable and high-quality guitar amplifier heads. Offering a classic, vintage American guitar tone with dual channels, this amplifier is definitely one for the collection. With a clean channel and a distortion channel, this amplifier has loads of versatility. The Clean channel has a really nice, warm sound, while the distortion channel offers a fuzz like distortion.
The Tweedy has a 12AX7 Preamp tube which provides a warm, smooth overdrive tone. The solid-state power section of the Bantamps then accents your guitar's natural tone, from the soaring highs to more mellow bass frequencies.
A two-channel amp makes a guitar head twice as versatile as alternatives and makes a great companion for musicians at gigs, jams and on the road. Flick the amp to the CLEAN channel for more headroom and the perfect pedal platform.
The distortion channel offers a great, fuzz-like distortion. Use the distortion channel with just a touch of gain and you'll have a really nice clean tone, but crank it up to get a mean, distorted tone.
The FX loop on a guitar amplifier enables you to put your modulation and time-based effects (Phasers, Flanger, Reverb, Tremolo, Delay and Chorus) after the preamp, and before the built-in drive from the Distortion channel. The FX loop keeps the modulated effects clean and will prevent them from becoming muddied from the amp gain.
Bluetooth Wireless Connectivity
Pair your Bluetooth device to the Tweedy and jam along to your favourite tracks, connect your external device via Bluetooth and play your audio tracks cleanly through the amps Bluetooth receiver channel. We find that this is a great way to practice alone or with friends, without getting tangled in additional wires.
Headphone Out with Built-in Cab Speaker Amp Simulation
The amp has a speaker out rated at both 8 and 16 Ohms. Careful, this amp is small, but 20 Watts is loud and will deliver a handful. If you want to practice quietly, the built in headphone out has full speaker emulation so you can silently recreate the same great tone as you would from a full stack.