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For Use With My Acosutic/Electric Guitars. All Amps are Not created Equal. Not many Amps out there fit The Acoustic Guitar. Most are suitable for stictly Electric. But even then its Not necessarily gonna be a match for them.
I read a lot of reviews and watched videos of this amp before buying. Although the amp is very cool and does everything they claim, I would actually try one before buying again. The volume of this amp just isn't there.
I really want to love it...but it's hard to part with $400 bucks for so little. I think the price on this should be more in the 250 range. Roland and Mogami...your paying for the name. That being said it is a great little portable amp. If you travel a lot it may be worth the investment.
When I felt how light this amp is, I wasn't expecting much, but once plugged in, I was delighted by the clarity and lack of noise or distortion of this little treasure. The chorus, which I didn't expect to use (being an acoustic purist) is absolutely gorgeous and will be used on some pieces.
I'm a gigging musician who normally uses a Bose L1 and Compact system. I bought this to fill in for some weddings and some gigs where electricity was not an option. Sounds really nice. You wouldn't want to use it in a large hall or anything but for acoustic guitar, it carries really well.
Love this little amp so much, that I bought total of Four. Now I'm a full Band, with a AC-33 Stack!
- 30W (15W + 15W) of natural, stereo acoustic sound through twin speakers
- Runs on AC power or eight AA batteries (accepts rechargeable NiMH types)
- Dual-channel configuration: Guitar and Mic/Line
- Reverb, chorus and new ambience effects
- Advanced anti-feedback function
- Phrase looper with 40 seconds of record time
- Stereo AUX input
- Headphone output
- Built-in tilt-back stand