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Ashdown All Access 20R Mini Stack Amplifier
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The Ashdown All Access G20R MiniStack rig features a single channel. 20W amp head, a pair of high performance 8" speaker cabs. Overdrive is switchabl...Click To Read More About This Product
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A compact stack with the Ashdown sound.
The Ashdown All Access G20R MiniStack rig features a single channel. 20W amp head, a pair of high performance 8" speaker cabs. Overdrive is switchable, from front panel or foot switch. A built-in spring reverb with its own dedicated level control gives big-venue ambience when you need it. Other pro features include a retro illuminated VU meter so you can check your output level, a front panel headphone output for silent practice, and a line output for laying down tracks in the studio.
This amp squeezes 100% Ashdown quality into a compact and amazingly affordable package. Perfect for home, rehearsal and the gig. You never need to be without classic Ashdown tone.
- 1 channel
- 2x8" speakers in separate cabs
- Spring reverb with level
- Illuminated VU meter
- Headphone output
- Line output
- Effects send and return
- Power output (RMS): 20W RMS, 40W Peak
- Speaker: 2 x 8"
- Frequency response: -3dB at 25Hz and 20kHz
- Minimum impedance 4 Ohms
- Line input: impedance 470k Ohms / Range 150mV to 10V p-p
- Line output: impedance 10k Ohms, level 0dBu nominal
- Signal to noise: better than 80dB (EQ flat)
- Classic passive tone controls (bass, middle, treble)
- Effects send: impedance 10k Ohms, level 0dBu nominal
- Effects return: impedance 100k Ohms, Input level 0dBu nominal
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I got my little Ashdown Mini Stack for Christmas and the only other time I've been this happy with a musical present was when I was eight years old and got my first guitar. This amp is a big bowl of fun. I couldn't stop playing with it. First I tried my new Gibson, then my old Strat, then my really old lap steel. I've got out a bunch of guitars and they all had new breath and big fresh tones, the kind of punch I miss hearing when I play alone at home. It turned out to be a very inspirational writing tool. I love this little stack so much I mistakenly took it on a gig, but my 20 watts couldn't stand up to the wall of amps and live drums my fellow players were using. I switched to a bigger backup amp I brought along and half-hartedly finished the night because I missed my Ashdown sound.