Bo Diddley, Joe Walsh, Mike Scaccia and Billy F. Gibbons - all artists who have their own unique styles and all guitarists who are proud users of Crate guitar amplifiers. From their portable size to their exceptional tone-shaping capabilities, Crate tube combo guitar amplifiers are ideal for any player who wants to explore every area of their talents. Since the late '70s, Crate has maintained a sterling reputation among amateur and professional guitarists for their amp-building skills and this catalog has more than enough incredible Crate amp models to choose from.
From affordably priced practice amps to 50-watt club-ready workhorses and everything in between, Crate's selection of tube combo guitar amplifiers is jam-packed with models that span their entire history. In fact, many of Crate's most famous tube amps are now highly sought after in the used market; who knows, you might come across many of these rare beauties in the used section. Take for example, the Palomino V8 Tube Guitar Combo Amp. This gorgeous little amp delivers a vintage vibe and a crunchy distortion that is sure to please blues guitarists who want a little overdrive in their sound.
Need another suggestion? Keep your eyes peeled for the Vintage Club 50 Tube Guitar Combo Amp. The VC Series was Crate's original all-tube amp line and this model in particular is well-known among amplifier connoisseurs. It also boasts a hefty amount of volume for its compact size. If you're a guitarist who loves the tube-driven sounds of 70s classic rock, then the Vintage Club 50 is for you.
Most guitar players will agree that there aren't many things as enjoyable as searching for a new amplifier, so jump into this section whenever you're ready. By taking your time and exploring each Crate tube combo guitar amplifier that's available here, you can get a better idea of which one is most suitable to your tastes and style.