Crate vintage club 50 2x12 combo weight

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  1. joolzriff

    joolzriff Member

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    hi..i have a guy interested in buying my combo but weight is an issue w/ him...i dont have any scales at home and i dont know correctly the true weight...
    does anybody know by chance?? my online search has done nothing
     
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    Google is your friend. :jo

    It's 69 pounds.

    Here' s the owner's manual
    http://media.musicalplanet.com/pdf/CRA365.PDF

     
  3. joolzriff

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    i did look but didn't come up w/ that,i appreciate that..i'm not computer savvy as some on here
     
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    When I researched this I think I got the impression I couldn't trust the numbers. Don't remember why now. Add to the problem that I think there were at least 2 V50's with different power supplies, outpur tubes and maybe cab wood. Lots of argument on even the same exact model differeing between particle or plywood.
     
  5. rockon1

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    If its a Vintage Club 50 thats a VC50 -traditional power supply. 69 lbs sounds about right for a 2x12 especially if it has MFD sides. Crate would often use MFD for the sides and plywood for the baffle. Bob
     
  6. joolzriff

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    the guy wrote me back..said the combo would be too heavy for him...i chuckled...man u want a 2x12 combo that doesn't weigh anything? i toldhim he should be looking for a solid state one then
     
  7. TubezAmpz

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    Traynor YCS90, 53 lbs.
     
  8. Polynitro

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    that is heavy but, as a selling point you can say it weighs less than a twin reverb
     
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    +1 on the YCS90
     

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