Acoustic Guitar Amplifier with 8" Speaker, 2 Channels, XLR and 1/4" Inputs, Balanced DI Out, Effects Insert, Reverb, Delay, and Chorus
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|Category||Acoustic Guitar Amps|
|Number of Channels:||2,|
|Speakers:||1 x 8" Turbosound dual-cone speaker,|
|Inputs:||1 x 1/4", 1 x XLR-1/4" combo (mic/line), 1 x 1/8" (aux),|
|Outputs:||1 x 1/4" (line out), 1 x XLR (DI out), 1 x 1/4" (tuner),|
|Headphones:||1 x 1/4",|
|Footswitch I/O:||1 x 1/4",|
|Additional Features:||Phantom Power,|
|Power Source:||Standard IEC AC cable,|
|Manufacturer Part Number:||000-B4P02-00010,|
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I was pleasantly surprised how wonderful this amp is... This amp is worth triple than the price of it... It is that good... Sounds wonderful with my Taylor GS Mini, my Breedlove and my Ovations... Vocals sounds great... plenty loud enough for bedroom jams and nightly gigs... Definitely a keeper... I bought 2 more... One more for a stereo rig and one for my brother... He loves… read more it... They are great amps with small real estate... 5 STARS!
Average Joe, small church worship
I have been enjoying doing worship in small groups and churches. Everything is fairly straight forward music wise, but more often than not the sound I got at practice was not the same as Sunday morning. It was embarrassing, at least to me, although people are generally too polite to complain. That have likely heard worst. I'm nearly 62, so bringing sound equipment is past me, I… read more need it light and simple. The Bugera AC-60 came as a pleasant surprise. Jacob and the team at Ft. Wayne had the items shipped within hours of my order. I received them the morning of the next day, if that's not amazing enough. The packing was easy to open yet well packed, a box in a box in shock mounted foam pieces tightly holding the amp. Turning the amp on after a flat set up was spooky quiet, "Is this thing on?" It is very quiet, making the same noise as if it was off/NONE! Then using my Taylor Academy 12 with K&K pick up I turned the channel one knobs to taste, added No# 4 Reverb at about 70% level, biased about 10 o'clock towards channel 1. After that I raised channel two to taste and pushed it ahead of channel 1, I ended after about three minutes and was able to attend to song practice for Sunday. The easiest and best sound I've came across in a long time. I looked at other acoustic amps and have had several in over forty years of service. I appreciate good working guitars, I have three working Taylors, Academy 12, GS Mini Koa and AD27e Mahogany. They all have various character, I tend to use the Academy the most, it's light and the right size for my frame. My pedal is the Zoom A1 Four. It offers more pedals and guitar images a guy can possibly color with. My favorites are D-45, OM-42, 314ce and LG-O. I often use the pedal effects on the guitar and bias the vocal/amp reverb all the way to channel 2. It seems to work well and keeps it simple yet flexible. I use a foot switch to turn the reverb on and off on channel 2/vocals for speaking.
Solo songwriters Most valued gear.
This amp a mic and mic stand with your acoustic electric guitar will equip you to handle small pubs and cafe. I enjoy the natural tone of guitar mixed with voice keeping the set up time to 5 mins and the ambiance of a intimate show. People listing say that the clarity of the music and vocals enables them to hear and remain engaged in listing. Finally a small pa that people can enjoy… read more listing to song after song. a friend has one and we mount them on pa poles to get coverage for a duo.
A warm recommendation
Most gigging acoustic musicians look for a separate mixer-speaker solution so they can plug in more instruments for gigs when they have additional players joining in, and thinking it's more convenient that way. However, due to regular input-output impedance mismatching, a lack of a good DI or decent speakers for your beloved instrument with various types of sound amplification that… read more the house PA preamps just simply won't understand, or just because of plain voodoo, the sound you get probably won't sound the way you expect it to. So you can buy the time tested LR Baggs Para DI, or a better pickup, or a good mixer, or a speaker, and there will always be something missing. So why not just spend money on an acoustic guitar amp that doesn't cost a used Yugoslav car? I've been hearing good things about Bugera for years in terms of tube amps for electric guitar, and when I heard the local store had an acoustic Bugera amp I knew I had to check it out. So I brought my trusty Seagull with a passive DiMarzio Black Angel pickup and LR Baggs ParaDI, tried it with the preamp and loved it, tried it without the preamp and loved it, tried the microphone and loved it, saw the output options that don't turn off your speaker and immediately bought the thing before anyone else could get the chance. I still haven't tried playing a fuzzy lower octave delay sound with a wall of reverb on it to see if it'll explode (as you do), but I'm pretty sure that even that type of sound would sound at least serviceable to a happy crowd (no crowds allowed yet, I know). I didn't buy the Bug AC60 on Sweetwater, but while living in the US I got a ton of stuff from them and always had a great experience with the store. I also bought my Seagull Rustic Entourage acoustic which brought me quite a bit of change while busking on the streets of Nantucket for one very memorable summer. I wish I had this amp back then for the pub gigs.
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