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Fender Acoustasonic 15 Acoustic Guitar Combo Amplifier (15 Watts)

Fender Acoustasonic 15 Acoustic Guitar Combo Amplifier (15 Watts)

Perfect for solo performers, the two-channel Fender Acoustasonic 15 amplifier offers excellent on-the-go amplification for vocalists and musicians alike.

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Submitted January 2, 2017 by a customer from verizon.net in Southern California, CA
"BETTER THAN EXPECTED"
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I do not own one yet but just tried one in a store. I have always wondered what this little thing could possibly sound like. I have had expensive acoustic amps for solo musicians in the past. I plugged in a Taylor. The thing actually sounds nice. It is not going to blow you away with the tiny speaker. I would mod that right off the bat. I did not get to try the mic channel with the guitar. The chorus is pretty strong. I dialed it way down to about nothing. Added some bass and was pleasantly impressed. I play a small dinner room sometimes. Way in the background music. It would be perfect. EASY carry in and set up which is always nice. It would be great for parties, acoustic jams, street corner if there is power somewhere. I did not get to max out the volume but I think it could do pretty well. If I want louder I can use my Bose. I will buy this amp shortly. Most likely from zZ.
Musical Background:
Play Professionally
Musical Style:
Dinner house acoustic and sing.
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Submitted November 1, 2015 by Rick Riner in Houston, TX
"nice!"
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Great little amp! sound is good, I play a Taylor 214ce with this amp and it sounds great. I can turn it down for practice or crank it up and fill a big room. It would be good enough for any small club or gig. Its tough, built good and looks great. The power and sound is amazing from a little amp. I put it next to my big Marshall amp and the quality of sound is just as good or better. Its a good deal if this is something you are looking for you cant go wrong!!
Musical Background:
guitar, keyboard, intermediate
Musical Style:
Rock, country, blues, whatever I like..
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Submitted March 21, 2017 by Gordon Agnew in Gatlinburg, TN
"15 little Watts of power, but Clean and less than $100."
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When you pay less than $100, you cannot expect solid gold! You get 15 very clean watts and with the 3 band equalizer, you can dial in what works for your particular application. I appreciate the equalizer, the two channels with separate volume controls and I'm going to play with the chorus and see what I come up with! The microphone channel is so good, it sounds like me......BAD! This poor amplifier has got to put up with a bad singer AND Guitar player.....poor thing. I'm happy with this purchase, though.
Musical Background:
Piano since the '50's, guitar since the '60's
Musical Style:
Country Blues, Christain, 50's rock
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Submitted January 25, 2014 by brian taylor in sparta, TN
"not bad but not good"
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its a nice little amp for home practice but thats it. my biggest complaint is lack of reverb and the mic channel only has a volume no eq but thats all you need for practice probably would want to play a gig with this for 100 bucks though dont expect fishman quality its a beginners acoustic amp it does sound good with my Takamine but not with a sound hole pick up (dean markley pro mag) extremely easy to use and dial in your sound and it does has chorus
Musical Background:
playing guitar for almost 30 years
Musical Style:
rock country bluegrass
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