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Taylor Circa 74 AV150-10 Guitar Amp

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If you know Bob Taylor, you know he likes refined woodworking and pleasing sound. So when he decided to design an acoustic amplifier from a stockpile of tonewoods not quite right for guitars, he knew just who to call. Soon after, pro player Terry Myers, electronics guru Tyler Robertson and woodworking wizard David Judd were in Bob’s workshop and ideas were flying around as much as the sawdust.

Speaker: 10-inch full-range

Power: 150 watts RMS

Channel Configuration: Two independent channels for guitar and vocals plus master volume to mix aux in.

Controls: Independent levels for both channels; master volume; 3-band EQ; room reverb

Inputs: Input A: XLR or ¼-inch for mic or guitar; Input B: ¼-inch for guitar; plus: ⅛-inch (3.5mm) line-level aux. input

Outputs: XLR and ¼-inch line out; ⅛-inch (3.5mm) headphone out

Bluetooth Connectivity: Bluetooth button and indicator

Input Power Range: 100-240V

Cabinet Dimensions: 16.5” x 9” x 14”

Cabinet Material: Mahogany

Stand Dimensions: 16.75” x 9.25” x 16”

Stand Material: Mahogany

Weight: 24 lbs. (amp without stand)