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After years and years of jamming out on a regular guitar amp with the gain amped up and multiple pedal effects going on at once. The noise can start to go to your head. These are the times that I’m glad I have an acoustic guitar amp to plug into and just relax a little.
My personal favorite is the Fender Acoustasonic. The Acoustasonic comes in 15 watts, 90 watts, and 150-watt versions. I personally have the 150 watts one, and it just produces one of the cleanest sounds I have ever heard.
- The Acoustasonic 15’s convenient dual front-panel inputs include a standard ¼” jack for an instrument and an XLR input for a microphone.
- Experience 15 watts of volume through a 6” Fender speaker specially designed for enhanced high-frequency response.
- Very portable and light weight for easy transport and conveniently has a headphone output for silent practice.
- Enjoy the peace of mind that this amp is backed by Fender’s 5 Year Transferable Warranty.
It even has a few very nice features that I have not seen on many other guitar amps. Not only does it have a normal channel for your guitar. But it also has a second channel available for a microphone so you can simultaneously do guitar and vocals.
On top of all of this, it just looks amazing. Fender just nailed the vintage look with this acoustic guitar amplifier. Even though it is on the more expensive side. I would definitely suggest this amp to any avid guitar player looking for a cleaner guitar amp.
Another acoustic guitar amplifier that I can just not pass up. When I am deciding on what I want to play on for the night is the RMS AC40. Once again the vintage look of this beauty is just awesome. I would just leave this out in the room as a conversation piece sometimes, the worn-down look it gives off is just amazing.
On top of that, the sound is just superb, even better than the Fender Acoustasonic. Perfect for smaller-scale concerts and even just sitting around practicing the RMS AC40 is incredibly light and portable.
- 100 W Amplifier specifically designed for acoustic guitar and vocals
- Bluetooth connectivity to stream audio from your phone
- 8" full-range speaker with "whizzer" cone for enhanced clarity
- Onboard professional sounding digital effects
- USB Jack for streaming or recording audio to a computer
This acoustic guitar amplifier also has the second channel dedicated to a mic like the Aoustasonic. The only downside that I can see with this acoustic guitar amp is that you can only get a single version, 40 watts.
It is a little on the expensive side compared to most other guitar amps. But it is completely worth it due to its sonics which is just unbeatable. If I am ever iffy on which amp I should be using.
I jump for this one every single time, no question. There are way more notable acoustic guitar amplifiers that you should also consider. For example, the Fender Frontman or the Behringer Acoustasonic.
Source by Alex Cawley
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