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Crate XT10 10W Guitar Combo Amp
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Perfect for the bedroom, this practice amp can still kick out hot sounds! The 10W power stage drives an 8" speaker to surprisingly high levels. The C...Click To Read More About This Product
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A practice amp with great tone.
Perfect for the bedroom, this practice amp can still kick out hot sounds! The 10W power stage drives an 8" speaker to surprisingly high levels. The Crate XT10 10W Guitar Combo Amp has 2-channel operation to allow you to practice clean or with overdrive. A FlexWave Evolution 5 preamp delivers the tube-like tone you seek. It's got all the goodies including a 3-band EQ section, headphone jack, and insert send/return for adding effects.
- 10W power
- 8" speaker
- 2 channels (clean and dirty)
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This amp is only good for one thing: practice. The CRATE XT10 has very low gain, isn't that loud, and is foggy sounding on the clean channel. I can't tell any difference in the amount of distortion from full to almost none. If you're a begginer, it's a good amp. Any one that's been playing for more than 1 year, this thing's useless.
I currently own the 15 watt version of this amp, but i couldn't find it on the site, so here's the review it deserves. The crateXT15R is a great amp, especially since it's a solid state. For those of you who don't know me, this is high praise as I believe in analog effects, and tube amps. In fact, I will soon be retiring my XT15R, as I managed to blow a fuse out, and lugging a cab around to my band(Scattering the Ashes) practices is two much to ask. But as I was saying this amp is wonderful, I use a MetalMaster Warlock and a Esp Ltd. MH-50 through a Boss Metalzone and Ibanez Weeping Demon and this amp sounds like a raging stack even at 1/4 volume. Once you turn it up to about 3/4 it gives you a nice bluesy sound, no matter what the EQ. The so-called "solo" channel is no more than a vaunted Overdrive with too much bottom end and not enough lead. You can compensate for this by setting up as follows: OD level:10 Bass:7 High:10 Mid:1.5 Gain:11. so this guitar amp rocks, i repeat RAWKS.
I own the previous version of this little amp, and I have had terrific luck with it. It is used only in small areas (practicing in the bedroom, jamming with an acoustic player, etc.)and has come through every time. It weighs almost nothing, and I get very nice tones (at low volume) with my American Deluxe Strat. The overdrive works fine. A great deal for the price!
I ordered this amp as a nice light weight practice amp after looking at features of several in this price range. The verdict : Great little amp for the price. You can't go wrong. I wasn't expecting much for an amp the price of a tank of gas ! I was VERY surprised at the quality of this little amp. The one thing I should point out is that it is advertised all over the net as having an 8" speaker, however it only has a 6" speaker. However that is not a problem. It still kicks out a good amount of sound for its 12 pound size. Has very clean sound at half volume, and gets a little fuzzy above that in clean mode. But it is adequately loud at half volume. Sounds crisp with both my electric and acoustic electric guitars. In dirty mode this amp is a pro. It can really crank out distortion if that's what you like. Has a reverb overtone to it too. Headphone plug in puts sound in both ears of the headphones too. It has a closed back and VERY sturdy case. It could use a CD input but you can use the loopback input for a CD/MP3 etc if put in half way. This isn't a stage amp, but it will crank out enough power to practice with others. Get one before they're gone !!!