2-channel, 60W Acoustic Amp/Portable PA with 6.5" Woofer and 1" Tweeter
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|Category||Acoustic Guitar Amps|
|Type:||Acoustic Combo Amp,|
|Number of Channels:||2,|
|Total Power:||60W Bi-amped,|
|Speakers:||1 x 6.5" Woofer, 1" Dome Tweeter,|
|Inputs:||1 x 1/4" (instrument), 1 x XLR-1/4" combo (mic), 1 x 1/8" (aux),|
|Outputs:||2 x XLR (DI/line out),|
|Headphones:||1 x 1/4" (headphones/rec out),|
|USB:||1 x Type B,|
|Effects:||2 x Chorus (guitar), Delay/Echo (mic), Harmony (mic),|
|Feedback Control:||Anti-Feedback Notch Control,|
|Footswitch I/O:||3 x 1/4" (harmony/mute, GA-FC, looper/chorus),|
|Footswitch Included:||Yes, 2-button footswitch,|
|Additional Features:||Phantom Power,|
|Power Source:||Standard IEC AC cable,|
|Manufacturer Part Number:||ACS-LIVE,|
I did my first ever "performance" at my wedding. Hooked this baby up to a shure mic and my Taylor and it made me sound great!
Very useful amp for songwriting...
I bought this amp because I wanted looping and vocals in a single device for acoustic songwriting sessions. It performs the role perfectly. Great sound, super easy to use, and very versatile when expanded with the GA foot controller. I had the opportunity to A/B this amp with the TC and it held its own just fine, not really "better" than the TC per se, but every bit as good and… read more useful for songwriting. Not sure about live applications, but I see no reason why this wouldn't do just fine at small-room gigs.
Boss Acoustic Singer Live 60-watt
Bought this to replace an older amp for coffee shop and small cafe gigs. Liked the specifications and the reviews were good. A plus is the small size and light weight. Cristian Good at Sweetwater also gave positive information. I have now used it at 2 of my gigs and can attest to the clarity of tone and fullness the volume allows. For the first time ever I had a listener comment… read more on the balance of the voice/guitar. I recommend it for small gigs and it sounds really great on the porch too.
Love It take care of music on the road True
I was mainly Martin and Taylor Guitars Whether you use high end or economy guitars you want the best sound possible and the best Useful features All this the small package is I take on the road sound men love it and My Search is over for the best acoustic amp natural sounding The vocal section is amazing as well This amp inspires me
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