Before jumping to my final review, I want to explain “why acoustic amps are essential?” I have been with the “Fingerstyle” genre for four years. My four years of experience says; there are some limitations.
And most of them, in my case, are sound. Producing a soothing sound from your acoustic is a vital thing if you are an acoustic player. So, some effect and proper adjustment can give you a proper boost in your playing.
My final review is about an acoustic amp. The reason behind adding this, at last, is to give you a surprise. I will reveal this amp feature through this review. So the first thing about the amp is its wood.
Some Awesome Specifications:
To check the sound quality, I used my Taylor mini acoustic. It sounds pretty decent without applying any effects and eq. After applying the EQ, I noticed five different tastes in my acoustic sound.
All of them were crystal clear. Apart from the acoustic sound, I checked the MIC sound with my Shure SM57. The mic sounds excellent with the audible. I had to balance the guitar and vocal for that great sound.
Fender did not use any compressed particles or cheap plywood in this acoustic amp. That is why this amp can endure any rough weather. I must say that perfect wood is the first condition for better sound. Next, I want to talk about the quality of sound.
To make a great combination, I used the “chorus knob,” which is a unique feature of this amp. If you sing a song through fingerpicking, then you will enjoy the “chorus” feature. I noticed this at the time playing at my nephew’s birthday party.
In a word, this amp is good enough to fire up a small bar or house party. However, I have a complaint about the weight. Fender could make it light. Still, if you have questions, go to amazon and check the details before clicking the link. Check the pros and cons first.
I have two suggestions regarding this amp. If your acoustic guitar is not good enough, then it will sound weird in some cases. Because, some effect may not work as you expect. Other than that it’s fine.