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    Behringer GTX60 Guitar Combo Amplifier

    The Behringer GTX60 Guitar Combo Amplifier offers amazing sound quality with a powerful 50 watt guitar amp with 2 channels and authentic tube modeling!
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    Product Description

    A powerful 50 watt guitar amp with 2 channels and authentic tube modeling, the Behringer GTX60 Guitar Combo Amplifier offers amazing sound quality!

    Behringer GTX60 Guitar Combo Amplifier Features

    • Powerful 50 watt, 2-channel guitar amplifier with authentic tube modeling
    • Awesome digital FX processor with reverb, chorus, flanger, and delay
    • Integrated chromatic tuner with auto-mute function
    • Original heavy-duty 12 inch Bugera vintage guitar speaker for classic sound reproduction
    • 2 full-featured channels offering everything you need from clean to super-fat distortion sounds
    • Independent Bass and Treble tone controls on each channel for awesome sound shaping
    • Contour control for radical mid-range sweep, from traditional to scooped modern
    • Additional Headphone and Line output with integrated speaker simulation
    • Dedicated CD input for playback of line-level signals (CD player, drum machine, etc.)
    • FX loop for external effects devices (rack effects, stomp boxes, wah-wah pedals, etc.)
    • External Speaker Output for more flexibility
    • Dual footswitch for channel selection and FX bypass included
    • High-quality components and exceptionally rugged construction ensure long life
    • Conceived and designed by Behringer Germany
    Perfect for beginners and professionals alike, the GTX60 features a digital FX processor with reverb, chorus, flanger, and delay effects, along with a built-in chromatic tuner with auto-mute function. A dual footswitch for channel selection and FX bypass, as well as a FX loop for your external effects devices are included.

    A heavy-duty 12 inch Bugera vintage guitar speaker gives classic sound reproduction, while 2 full-featured channels offer everything from clean to super-fat distortion sounds. Independent bass and treble tone controls on each channel offer awesome sound shaping, and a contour control gives radical mid-range sweep, from traditional to scooped modern.

    Plus, the GTX60 has a headphone and line output with integrated speaker simulation, an external speaker output, and a dedicated CD input offers playback of line-level signals from cd players, drum machines, and more.

    Product Specifications
    Behringer GTX60 Guitar Combo Amplifier Specifications
    • Audio Inputs
      • Input: 1/4 inch TS, RF filtered
      • FX Return: 1/4 inch TS
      • Input Impedance: Approximately 1 MOhm, unbalanced
      • CD In: 1/4 inch TRS
      • Input Impedance: Approximately 4 kOhm, unbalanced
    • Audio Outputs
      • FX Send: 1/4 inch TS
      • Line Out/Phones: 1/4 inch TRS, unbalanced
      • Output Level: Maximum +10 dBV
      • Output Impedance: 100 Ohms
    • Loudspeaker Outputs
      • Type: 1/4 inch
      • Minimum Load Impedance: 4 Ohms
    • Amplifier
      • Peak Power: 50 Watts @ 8 Ohms
    • Digital Signal Processing
      • Converter: 24-bit Sigma-Delta
      • Sample Rate: 40 kHz
    • Loudspeaker
      • Type: 12 inch
      • Model: Bugera Vintage Guitar Series, 12G50J8
      • Impedance: 8 Ohms
      • Continuous Power: 50 Watts
      • Peak Power: 200 Watts
    • Power Supply
      • AC Power: 120 Volts, 60 Hz
    • Dimensions: 20.9 x 20.7 x 11 inches (530 x 525 x 280 mm)
    • Weight: 35 pounds (15.9 kg)


    Helpful Info about the Manufacturer
    Phone:  702-800-8290 Warranty:  1 Year (3 year when you register online at Behringer)
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    I need a nice small powerful amp, and this will do just fine
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    What is your opinion of this product?
    Have not got this amp as of yet. but will get one before to long. Read the reviews and i guess i can not go wrong with this guitar amp. I want something that i can use when playing at jobs so i can be heard. A lite amp and 50 watts of power will do the trick. I have got some Behringer equipment and it stands behind it's name. I have a old PEAVEY amp, and works good, but it is just too heavy to carry anymore. Way to go Behringer on making amps for older people to perform and carry a lot easier.
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    David Jorgen Pedersen
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    Io just got this GTX60 a week ago.It is very impressive for a great price 199.00
    What is your opinion of this product?
    It has agreat clean sound. The Overdrive is Tube distortion on Steroids!The FX DSP Sounds clear.The FX Loop in the rear is great with my behringer Virtualizer.I like it so much I bought 2 for Super Stereo Sound.Thanks A.M.S. and Behringer!...
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    Jim Donovan from NYC
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    Mine was an Amazon deal of the day, so it only cost me $88
    What is your opinion of this product?
    At first, I played with it, adjusting the effects constantly. I didnt get it to really please me until I hooked up a Behringer Vamp3, then it was superb, giving me sweet sounds of thousand dollar amps, and I'd found the VAMP3 FOR ONLY $25 USED. This amp is lighter than any other with as much power, and sturdy! Now, 2 yrs later, my Vamp died as the plugin malfunctioned, and I need to do a tiny weld job, or spend $100 for a new one, which I ay anyway, as its a great piece of equipment. so, now I am using the amp alone, and getting used to it. When clean, you only get superior tones with superior guitars. With the effects switched on, its a little too noisy... Mind you, I'm using it at home, but lucky enough to be able to play loud during working hours in my bldg, as people are working, not home. With that said, I never get it to 3 on volume, as that is plenty loud enough. This makes my judgements not full, as it needs to be cranked in a studio or live in a club to judge fully.
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