1 JimmyR 1 week ago I just bought a Yamaha THR10C because i wanted something I could just plug into after everyone else had gone to bad and not wake them. Normal practise amps aren't quiet enough, or sound like crap at such low volumes. I'm ok with just playing unplugged but these are fun.Firstly I was surprised at just how not loud they are! I could never get my 5E3 this quiet. The Yamaha doesn't sound anywhere near as good as the Deluxe but that's not the point - I can get decent sounds which are responsive and volumes a tube amp couldn't get close to. It's a stereo amp with built-in reverbs and FX - I only really like the reverb. The last reverb on the dial is actually not bad. The clean and dirt sounds are good enough to enjoy playing through it.Weak points? The overall tones are just ok, not exciting or memorable. Good points? It was cheap and I can play plugged in without waking anyone. It cost about the same as an ordinary boutique pedal.Interestingly, the store where I bought it also had a much more recent Boss Katana amp which was obviously "inspired" by the Yamaha. The Boss was a lot more expensive - almost double the price. It was also a little smaller, a lot more plasticky and sounded, well, more like a Boss pedal. IMO the Yamaha sounds smoother and more "real". The Boss sounds very artificial to me.The best thing for me is that I don't have to wear headphones, I don't have to set up a bunch of things like I would if using a software-based system - it's just plug in and play.