Crate Taxi Series TX50DB Limo 50W 1x10 Battery Powered Guitar Combo Amp  

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Durable workhorse with limousine sound!

The Crate TX50DBE Limo Combo Amplifier is battery-powered for outdoor gigs, or you can plug it in using the included adapter where there's juice. Delivers 50W through a 10" woofer with a piezo tweeter for full range sound. 2-channel operation with 1/4" input, gain, level, and distortion modes on channel 1; XLR mic inputs on channel 2. Equipped with 8 digital effects, headphone and footswitch jacks, and dual RCA inputs for pumping up your CD player. Durable injection-molded enclosure. Includes wall charger and 12V adapter.

Features
  • Wedge-shaped cab for great projection
  • 50W output
  • Custom-designed 10" speaker with piezo tweeter
  • Instrument channel has clean and distortion modes
  • Mic channel includes Lo-Z XLR and Hi-Z 1/4" inputs
  • 3-band EQ
  • DSP send
  • Dual RCA inputs for CD player
  • DSP mode with 8 effects
  • Headphone jack
  • Footswitch jack
  • Operates on wall current or battery
  • Includes wall charger and battery

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CrateTaxi Series TX50DB Limo 50W 1x10 Battery Powered Guitar Combo Amp
 
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1.0

My Ghetto Blaster is Better

By Steve

from Washington State

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Pros

    Cons

    • No "cd" Input Control
    • Poor Bass
    • Poor Sound Quality
    • Useless Backup Input

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      Comments about Crate Taxi Series TX50DB Limo 50W 1x10 Battery Powered Guitar Combo Amp:

      What a dissapointment, especially at this price. It should be about half. I have an old JVC ghetto blaster that does a better job with a microphone (Crate loves feedback), and MUCH better bass. I use Garage Band as a bass line and the Crate is useless--that speaker was supposed to be engineered, but for what? The knobs wobble, the DSP is a waste of effort. Might be useful as a PA at your next picnic. . .

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      (4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

       
      2.0

      Too Bad

      By Guitar Man-q4ggq

      from Los Angeles, CA

      Comments about Crate Taxi Series TX50DB Limo 50W 1x10 Battery Powered Guitar Combo Amp:

      I have owned 4 of these since 1999. The 1st one went down the first time I used it on a wedding ceremony. The second one worked for two years and then the effects went out. The 3rd one stared crackling and sputtering after 6 months and the tech said it had bad solder joints which were fixed but it continued to cut out on every gig. The 4th one started making the sputtering noises after 2 months. The tech said the pots were very cheap and that If he replaced them they would be bad again in a few months. This one continues to work but causes stress on gigs regularly so I no longer use it and I don't feel right selling it. After all this experience I wish there was an alternative to the Crate Limo but there is nothing that sounds as good or is as loud that is battery powered other than the Crate Stagemate which is even more expensive (and is really a PA) and much larger. Well, that is what I am using now and so far, it is great for acoustic guitar, vocals and tracks.

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      (25 of 26 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Best Street Amp

      By MacLeod Cushing

      from British Columbia

      Comments about Crate Taxi Series TX50DB Limo 50W 1x10 Battery Powered Guitar Combo Amp:

      Nothing else comes close to the Crate Limo for street performing. I spent three years on the streets of Vancouver earning a living playing a classical acoustic/electric guitar through this baby and selling CD-Rs. I sold 3,000 CDs and got hundreds of compliments on the sound. The battery lasts 8 hours. Can you last that long on the street?

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