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New ZT Lunchbox Junior Amp

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ZT Amplifiers has announced the release of the newest member of the ZT Lunchbox family of amplifiers, the Junior.  It's even smaller and lighter than the ZT Lunchbox, weighing in at a mere 5 pounds, or half the weight.  The Junior is also smaller than the ZT Lunchbox making it truly lunchbox size at just 6.5" x 7.75" x 5.5" inches with a 5" speaker that puts out 35 watts and peaks at 80 watts.  The Junior can also run on 12V current, making it suitable for use on a boat or RV.  

I've got a ZT Lunchbox that I keep in the trunk of my car for whenever I need a portable amp.  While the tone of the Lunchbox is not exactly a tube amp, it's a nice clean sound and when coupled with an overdrive pedal it can be quite versatile.  I'm looking forward to checking out the Junior and putting it to the test.  With a street price of around $150, the Junior looks to be a great addition to the ZT Lunchbox series.

Comments

Great review Zack. Is there any small amps out there for les than a 100 dollars? I need a quick/cheap fix for this Christmas in FLA so I don't have to play out the same amp as my b-inlaw at our family peanut butter and jam session.
El Cheapo

Used you might get a pawnshop amp for $100. I've bought a few including a small Roland Cube practice amp for that price.

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