#1
Hi UG's

I found a used Crate Gx65 for sale near of where I live at a good price. I read few reviews about it and most was saying that it is a good amp for the price. Have you guys something to say about it? Just to help me on making a decision.

I have an Epiphone DOt ES 335 and play rock, pop rock, blues to name few style...

Thanks to all
Adamsville2K
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Epiphone Dot ES-335
Yamaha APX-500
Johnson acoustic
Fender FM 210R
#2
It's not that great.


what your budget?
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#3
No planned budget so far. I know I should go with a tube one but can't afford it for now or have to wait a bit. So I tought that one would be cool since it's coming with a pedal.
Adamsville2K
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Epiphone Dot ES-335
Yamaha APX-500
Johnson acoustic
Fender FM 210R
#4
The guitarist in my old band just bought one a few months ago.

He came over to jam and we were going to record a few songs. It sounded decent live, nothing compared to my Mark IV though, but when we went to mic it to record it, it sounded HORRIBLE. The only way we could get it to sound half-way decent, was instead of placing the mic right up to the speaker grille, we had to place it about 4 feet back. Even then it was eh.

If you're just using it for practicing, it's alright. My friend uses it with a boss MT-2, which I have no idea why, because it sounds better with out it.
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#5
Thanks body for this replying. It will help me a lot.
Adamsville2K
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Epiphone Dot ES-335
Yamaha APX-500
Johnson acoustic
Fender FM 210R