$100 Guitar Amp Shoot Out: Boss Katana Mini vs Orange Crush 12 vs Vox Pathfinder 10 (Review + DEMO)

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The Boss Katana Mini can be battery powered with 6 AA batteries, or with a DC power supply (not included). It is a 7-watt amp with a 4" speaker. It boasts a multi-stage analog gain circuit that includes a 3-way switch to select the 3 amp characters: clean, crunch, and brown.
The Boss Katana Mini also has a 3 Band EQ as well as a smooth delay effect with time and level controls.
More Specs: https://www.boss.info/us/products/katana-mini/specifications/

The Orange Crush 12 amp is a 12 watt amp with a 6-inch Voice of the World speaker. It has a 3-band EQ (treble, middle, bass) and includes a dedicated overdrive knob along with a gain knob. The EQ, overdrive, and gain knobs, give you a great amount of control over you tone!
Also, the headphone output on the Crush 12 has a cabinet simulator feature (or CabSim) that emulates a 4x12 Orange Cab.

The Vox Pathfinder 10 is a 2 channel, solid state, all-analogue amp, that has 10 watts of power and a 6.5" Vox Bulldog speaker. The clean and overdrive channels are controlled with separate volume and gain knobs. The tone can be further shaped with the Treble and Bass EQ knobs. This gorgeous little amp can generate incredible tone!

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