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Trace Elliot TA50R Acoustic Amp
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16 separate digital reverb and delay programs make this amp the professional's choice. Features 50W RMS, 2 channels, active and passive instrument in...Read More
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Compact and versatile with 16-bit digital effects!
16 separate digital reverb and delay programs make this amp the professional's choice. Features 50W RMS, 2 channels, active and passive instrument inputs, phantom power XLR input, and 5-band graphic EQ. Notch filter allows user to dial out feedback without affecting the overall sound.
- 2 - 5" speakers
- 2 channels
- 5-band EQ
- Digital reverb and delay
- Phantom powered XLR input
- Active and passive instrument inputs
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TA50R Acoustic Amp
- 17"W x 10"H x 10"D
- 33 lbs.
- Piezo/Lo-Level Impedence: 10Meg Ohms/Sensitivity 100mV to 8V peak to peak
- Active/Hi-Level Impedence: 68k Ohms/Sensitivity 100mV to 20V peak to peak
- Low Z Balanced Impedance: 470 Ohms/Gain Range +15dB to +60dB
- Effects Return Impedance: 22k Ohms/Nominal Level 0dBv
- Link/Line In Impedance: 47k Ohms/Nominal Level 0dBv
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Problems since day one, Hi trim pot failed, Solder joints on input jacks failed, Module between power amp and speakers pops loudly until the amp warms up.Also, a loaner TA50R from the vendor also failed while mine was bieng repaired.
I used a Taylor 514ce on this and I had every input plugged and this amp allowed me to creatively use each of the guitars individual sounds including a natural acoustic tone through a microphone.
This small acoustic amp will astound you with its clarity, punch and volume. I also own an SWR Strawberry Blonde, and it is slightly below it, but much more portable.
Great sounding amp with all the features needed to make an acoustic sound good plugged in. Direct out and effects loop a plus also. Makes for a great stage monitor. Price is a little steep. British built units are constructed better than U.S. models made at Gibson. I had a low frequency rattle/buzz inside my first one, which was made in USA. The second unit I received was made in England and is constructed much better.
I've used mine for over 10 years. -- I bought the floor demo and have had no problems.