Trace Elliot Elf 1x10

Anyone have any opinions on the Trace Elliot Elf 1x10 200 watt amp combo. Im looking at one now. Seems to get good reviews.

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its good, its small, has a DI for your interface. If this is for a practice room then you will be happy

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Mainly a practice amp, maybe small garage type jamming with friends.

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I had the Elf head and the 10” cabinet. The head has a noisy fan and the combination overall doesn’t sound good. I bought them on the strength of online reviews and was very disappointed. :-1::-1:

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Hey guys

I’ve just invested in a 1x10 Trace Elliot speaker cab (300w @ 8 ohm) and I’m trying to decide on a good head to go with it. Any recommendations? The whole setup needs to be portable - the wife and I have found some hippies to jam with :slight_smile: .

Also, this is the back end - any idea what the two ‘parallel input’ sockets do? First time using anything other than a combo see …

Also, if I get a tube amp, how many watts can I run into the speaker? I still don’t get the power ratings on tube amps - I know a 300w tube is way more powerful than a solid state 300w amp…

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Trace makes this adorable tiny 200W that would go with your cab nicely. It probably sucks for sound but we’re talking matching the greens here. Gotta have priorities.

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I was just actually salivating over this just now :slightly_smiling_face:. Portable, inexpensive, reasonably loud… it looks like it could be just the job. I can always swap it for something more comprehensive later on if need be.

Now I just need to work on excuses why I should keep my old orange crush :slightly_smiling_face::+1:

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I believe they are both input/outputs. You plug your amp into one and you can chain a second cab out from the other jack into the second cab’s input. They are interchangeable, in one and out the other.

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Aha! Thanks @Paul_9207 :+1::+1:

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