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Crate GTD15R Guitar Amplifier with Reverb
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The Crate GTD15R Guitar Amplifier combo features the FlexWave, a solid-state preamp that provides convincing tube-like tone and feel. You get 15 watt...Click To Read More About This Product
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The Crate GTD15R Guitar Amplifier combo features the FlexWave, a solid-state preamp that provides convincing tube-like tone and feel. You get 15 watts of power, two channels, a 12" speaker, CD inputs, headphone output and spring reverb.
- FlexWave preamp
- 15 watts
- 2 channels
- 12" speaker
- CD inputs
- Headphone output
- Spring reverb
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- 17.25"W (43.82 cm) x 17-1/2"H (44.45 cm) x 10-3/4"D (37.31 cm)
- 22.5 lbs. (10.2 kg)
Reviewed by 16 customers
I bought this amp recently because i hated the really small speaker in my old amp. I got this one because the 12" speaker allows the low tones to not rattle like in smaller speakers. The overdrive on this amp is nothing more than a classic rock one, but using an effects pedal through the clean setting is good. The reverb is pretty nice, but there are no digital effects. It is only 15w, so dont be fooled by the large speaker. You cant go past 4 or 5 on the volume until it goes cracky. I use an Ibanez and a cheap effects pedal and it sounds fine for practicing, but not even close to be loud enough to play even the smallest gig. On the clean setting with some reverb, it sounds fabulous. It is a good amp for your money, so i would recommend it to anyone who needs a practice amp for cheap.
I play a guitar with my father a lot and when we play we love great distortion. I have that Crate is the only amp for me.
As a practice amp, this thing wails! I got this for christmas to replace a peavey 110 backstage. I could not be happier with it. I only rated the features down because it doesn't have an effects loop. I think I'm going to get another one at this price.
I gig with my JCM 900 and jam with my Spider III 212 but for travel or practice at home I needed something a little lighter so I went looking for a 15 watt something-or-other to mess around with. I shot over to pick up a Roland Cube but got to playing with the practice amps when another one caught my eye. It was the Crate GTD15R. 12" speaker? Hmmm. Tried it for 5 seconds and by second #6 I was at the register throwing cash at the guy behind the counter. Now I have a 15 watt that spunds like a 25 and I can plug my drummer's practice cd-rs into it and jam with or without the headphones (depending on how late it is). The best sounding distortion I've heard in a small amp (even compared to Marshall's practice collection) and it's beefy. A solid investment for anyone looking for something to play at home and you can still hear it over the drums in the practice space! Heck, I may buy another one just because.
This product is a steal. I bought it for my son when it was priced higher and it was a great buy at that price...now, well, it's a steal. Good size for upgrade from 8" and 10" speakers and 10 watters. Good sound and very good volume. I like the easy distortion available through overdrive.
This is a really good amp. My little brother bought this as a practice amp when he was starting out on guitar. It has a very beatiful clean, but the distortion isn't very great. So he bought a boss ds1 and it sounds like a marshall amp! It's reall good. I would reccomend it!
I play a Fender Showmaster with a POD XT Live through this baby. I don't go over to the overdrive channel much, it's not superb. The clean channel, however, is amazing. I play with and without my pedal through it, and it sounds just fine without the pedal. The reverb is nice, and
I bought this in conjunction with a Squier Tele Affinity as my "starter set" and loved the sound. The 12" vs. 10" speaker found in so many other 15w amps really helps on the low end. We dragged my friend's bass from highschool out of his closet, plugged it in and was sufficiently loud/deep for noodling around, without the speaker breaking up on the open low string until about 3.5 on the volume (loud). My new Les Paul 100 sounds absolutely fantastic on this. This amp is plenty loud, as a projectionist we would jam in a 300 seat movie theater after hours and did a good job of filling the space. I wouldn't use this to gig with though - the frame is made of particle board and isn't sturdy enough to sit on - I weigh about 165 lbs or so. Output jack is great, I can plug my tuner in to the amp, rather than unplug the guitar, plug the tuner in to the guitar, and then plug the guitar back in to the amp again.
I got this amp a few weeks ago and it is awesome!The features are just what I need to play some of my favorites songs to writing my own music. The reverb is a cool little feature that can make a HUGE difference in your sound. Buy it!
I've been very happy with my Crate GTD15R. For gigs I planned to just plug my Digitech RP350 into a PA, but I needed a small amp for practice. I was surprised to find such a small/affordable amp with a 12" speaker. I've ended up playing small gigs with it, & it has been up to the task. Even holding its own against a drum kit. I normally run the RP350 through the amp's clean channel, which works beautifully. But the amp's two-channels & reverb serve me well when I just want to grab & go.I rated it lower on features. It doesn't have built in FX beyond the reverb, although that's fine by me. (That's what I bought the RP350 for.) But I think every amp should have an FX loop, channel-switching footswitch, & direct out, which this amp lacks. It does have a speaker-out, but--as using it silences the amp's own speaker--I'm at a loss to what they expected it to be used for.