Written on: 12/11/2008 by Robin Everett (1 review written)
Suberb accoustic sound, if you have a good instrument this is the amp for you. Very light and easily transported as well yet has enough volume for most (small) venues. It has a vocal channel as well with separate gain (Xlr or jack connection).
Eq adjusts both channels - and on my one you cannot hear the difference when feeding in the inbuilt reverb but these are small points really and do not detract from the fantastic accoustic sound you get.
For the accoustic singer songwriter playing in small venues this is the best amp available on the market today. Before I bought i tried crate - ashdown - marshall ( had an ac 50 for a while - good amp ) etc but no other accoustic amp in the price range gives such pure amplified sound. So although this is not the cheapest amp it is the best value for money if you are gigging on a regular basis, as with the excellent soft case it will last for years.
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