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Crate GTX15 12W 1x8 Guitar Combo Amp
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The GTX15 features a Solo Channel with Gain and Level, Channel Switch, Clean Volume with 3 band shared EQ and 16 DSP effects for your instrument. Als...Click To Read More About This Product
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Unbeatable for small club gigs or rehearsals.
The GTX15 features a Solo Channel with Gain and Level, Channel Switch, Clean Volume with 3 band shared EQ and 16 DSP effects for your instrument. Also included are RCA CD inputs and headphone and external speaker jacks and 8" speaker and 15 watts of power.
Player Type: With 16 digital effect settings and rugged construction, the GTX15 is perfect for amateur players and any rehearsal space. At 15lbs, it is light, powerful, and versatile, which any musician can appreciate.
GTX combo amps dissect tones with multi-layer effect contours designed for the most technically and sonically demanding players. Featuring intricately intertwining and infinitely variable settings on a brushed aluminum faceplate, GTX cuts like a scalpel to that hard-to-replicate sound. In rehearsal, recording, or performance”if technical accuracy or effects mastery is paramount, the "Tech Effects" series is indispensable.
- Output Power Rating: 12W RMS @ 5% THD, 4, 120 VAC
- Gain: Solo Ch 86dB +/-6dB @ 1kHz
- Clean Ch 46dB +/-6dB @ 1kHz
- Maximum Input Signal Accepted 2.2 volts RMS min. @ 400Hz
- Tone Controls Low 25dB range @ 80Hz
- Mid 19dB range @ 900Hz
- High 23dB range @ 5kHz
- Signal To Noise Ratio Solo Ch 50dB
- Clean Ch 65dB
- Internal Speaker: 8" Crate Custom Design 4 ohm
- Power Requirements: 120 VAC, 60Hz, 30VA
- 100/115VAC, 50/60Hz, 30VA
- 230VAC, 50/60Hz, 30VA
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This was my first amp, I got It 4 years ago, and its fantanstic. I've used a fair share of amps and this is one of the best.
I needed an amp that I could use headphones with to practice in my apartment. This looked like an OK choice. Small, had some effects to play around with, CD in and Headphone out. The problem with the amp is the sound which is horrible. It has a completely dull and muddy tone. Even with the treble all the way up and bass down it will not clear up. The knobs also feel like they are going to fall off. I know it can be hard to find a decent amp at this price range but I would save my clams and look into a Vox or maybe a Marshall or Line6.
This amp is great; It's light, can do everything you would want, and you get value for money. I've only ever encountered one problem with it, and that was my fault (when I blew a fuse in it) apart from that it's great. Definitely a great starter amp especially. It's about 15 watts so not too loud but is loud enough for a beginner guitarist who jams at home. It's also light enough to be portable.. so it's great.
Yeah this amp is a pretty good practice amp. it's really only my first real amp. The distortion is Great! (but the clean channel kinda sucks) the clean channel is kinda muddy most of the time. Some of the FX are pretty good, like Revrb and Delay. I havent really carried it around much but it seems pretty durable. I'ts Feedback is a pain in the butt though. I'm glad it was cheap because its shure ain't a Marshall. Good practice amp though. Maybe gigable