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Behringer ULTRACOUSTIC ACX1800 Acoustic Guitar Amplifier

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The Behringer ACX1800 is a 180W, 2-channel amplifier that features 2 - 8" speakers for true acoustic fidelity. The ULTRACOUSTIC amp includes 2 indepe...Click To Read More About This Product

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Totally true to your instrument sound and your music.

The Behringer ACX1800 is a 180W, 2-channel amplifier that features 2 - 8" speakers for true acoustic fidelity. The ULTRACOUSTIC amp includes 2 independent FX processors and an ultra-musical, 9-band graphic EQ for each channel, plus the revolutionary FBQ Feedback Detection system to reduce feedback in an instant. In addition, the ACX1800 has mute switches, inserts on each channel, and a balanced stereo XLR line out with ground lift switch to enable a direct connection to your mixing console. Includes a dual FS112 footswitch for effects on/off and channel switching.

FEATURES
  • Powerful 180-Watt, 2-channel stereo amplifier for acoustic instruments and vocals
  • 2 original 8" dual-cone speakers for ultimate sound reproduction
  • 2 integrated, 24-bit digital FX processors each with 16 awesome effects programs including reverb, modulation, delay, and various effects combinations
  • Revolutionary FBQ Feedback Detection System instantly reveals critical frequencies
  • Dedicated instrument and microphone channels with separate Gain, Compressor and FX controls
  • Individual 9-band graphic EQ on each channel
  • Dedicated Tuner switch per channel for use with external tuner
  • Switchable Phase correction on Channel 1 and Master for feedback prevention
  • Instrument and mic FX Inserts for external effects devices (stomp boxes, rack effects, etc.)
  • CD input
  • Balanced stereo XLR line out with ground lift
  • Dual footswitch FS112 for FX included

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SPECIFICATIONS
  • 20.7"W x 16.8"H x 9.5"D 40.6 lbs
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BehringerULTRACOUSTIC ACX1800 Acoustic Guitar Amplifier
 
3.9

(based on 23 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

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    (1)

  • 3 Stars

     

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67%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Easy to use (6)
  • Excellent sound (3)
  • Warm / comfy (3)

Cons

  • Poor sound quality (3)

Best Uses

No Best Uses
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Experienced (4), Professional musician (3)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Very good for acoustic guitars

I own this little gem of an amp. I use it in much the same way as 3 Dog Music, although a little differently. This amp doesn't have a lot of power output,...Read complete review

I own this little gem of an amp. I use it in much the same way as 3 Dog Music, although a little differently. This amp doesn't have a lot of power output, especially for larger clubs or venues, however this is easily corrected. I also use it as an acoustic guitar monitor, and I use a good condenser mic in front of the cabinet speakers which then runs through a tube pre-amp and then into the soundboard. This is where I get the volume needed when volume is needed. It is very clean, noise-less, and produces a very accurate acoustic signature for each of the guitars I use on stage. I usually place it to the side of me about 10 feet away and use an amp stand to angle it so it's pointing straight at my head rather than by legs. It it makes a perfect guitar monitor and running it through a tube pre-amp before it gets to the mixer board, lets me adjust the pre-amp to match the output of the Behringer amp. It truely gives an accuate, clean, noise-less reproduction of an acoustic guitar. I could not be happier. By the way I went through at least a dozen acoustic amps before I got this one and is by far the best one I've owned for acoustic amplification.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Behringer ACX 1800

I have a Behringer ACX 1000 that I have used for a few years in my 1 man acoustic act and I have an Ovation LX that I play and it sounds great and has...Read complete review

I have a Behringer ACX 1000 that I have used for a few years in my 1 man acoustic act and I have an Ovation LX that I play and it sounds great and has a lot of punch through it, and the vocals even sound good. It recently developed a buzz so I decided to buy the ACX 1800 because it had 180 watts and thought that with all of the EQ, EFX and Feedback control that it would be a better amp for me. Well I was wrong! I just got the amp and noticed right away the size difference between the 2 amps (the 1800 is a lot smaller) and thought, I'll give it a try and see if it compares in sound quality. I plugged the guitar in and turned the volume to 3 and had no sound. I new it wasn't a cord issue so I turned it up to 6 and could barely hear it. I then turned it up to 8 pregain and 10 master and could not believe how thin the sound was. I tried to EQ the sound but it distorted real bad. In all actuality this amp doesn't seem to have 30 watts! Maybe I got a bad one. I don;t know. I boxed it right up, called Musicians Friend and they said no problem and sent me a return label. Thanks Musicians Friend! You are what you say you are. A true MUSICIAN'S FRIEND!

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(8 of 14 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

It only takes 20 mins to know its bad!!!

By thyREV

from Macon, GA

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Pros

  • Portable

Cons

  • Limited Functions
  • Low Volume
  • Poor Sound Quality
  • Weak

Best Uses

  • Practice Amp Maybe

Comments about Behringer ULTRACOUSTIC ACX1800 Acoustic Guitar Amplifier:

Less than 20 min after opening the box I was on the phone with Musicians Friend to return it.

I intended this amp to go with my Les Paul Ultra III for the acoustic pickup, but the sound was brittle and tinny. When I put the Ultra III through a DI or even my Fender Mustang I got a full rich acoustic. But just to be sure I tried my Taylor 814. Surely the 814 would be fine. Nope! It sounded like a $49 Walmart Guitar.

Also the volume was non-existent. Cranked to the max it barely got over the acoustic.

The onboard FX were terrible and limited.

On the upside it was a pretty brown color with a nice gold face and nice looking (but cheap plastic) hardware.

I can't really think ANY reason to buy this amp. Stay away!!!

(4 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

I like this amp

By Larry

from undisclosed

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Pros

  • Easy To Use
  • Excellent Sound
  • Good Warmth

Cons

  • Cheap Knobs Rotary Pots
  • Very Heavy

Best Uses

  • Home Studio

Comments about Behringer ULTRACOUSTIC ACX1800 Acoustic Guitar Amplifier:

I like this amp. It makes my Ovation Elite LX come alive. More than enough features and output for my home use. Very heavy, glad I don't have to carry it around. Electronically everything seems to be beautifully designed. However, I do not like the rotary pots and their associated knobs. When I can wiggle side to side a knob attached to a circuit board pot I think cheap. That has to put strain on the circuit board. The knobs need to have bigger shafts to prevent the wiggle. My low end Behringer amp has very solid feeling knobs. Can't imagine why the high end model would use such flimsy feeling ones.

(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Very good for acoustic guitars

By Scooterflash

from Florida

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Comments about Behringer ULTRACOUSTIC ACX1800 Acoustic Guitar Amplifier:

I own this little gem of an amp. I use it in much the same way as 3 Dog Music, although a little differently. This amp doesn't have a lot of power output, especially for larger clubs or venues, however this is easily corrected. I also use it as an acoustic guitar monitor, and I use a good condenser mic in front of the cabinet speakers which then runs through a tube pre-amp and then into the soundboard. This is where I get the volume needed when volume is needed. It is very clean, noise-less, and produces a very accurate acoustic signature for each of the guitars I use on stage. I usually place it to the side of me about 10 feet away and use an amp stand to angle it so it's pointing straight at my head rather than by legs. It it makes a perfect guitar monitor and running it through a tube pre-amp before it gets to the mixer board, lets me adjust the pre-amp to match the output of the Behringer amp. It truely gives an accuate, clean, noise-less reproduction of an acoustic guitar. I could not be happier. By the way I went through at least a dozen acoustic amps before I got this one and is by far the best one I've owned for acoustic amplification.

(4 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
2.0

Behringer ACX 1800

By Comastod

from Alabama

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Comments about Behringer ULTRACOUSTIC ACX1800 Acoustic Guitar Amplifier:

I have a Behringer ACX 1000 that I have used for a few years in my 1 man acoustic act and I have an Ovation LX that I play and it sounds great and has a lot of punch through it, and the vocals even sound good. It recently developed a buzz so I decided to buy the ACX 1800 because it had 180 watts and thought that with all of the EQ, EFX and Feedback control that it would be a better amp for me. Well I was wrong! I just got the amp and noticed right away the size difference between the 2 amps (the 1800 is a lot smaller) and thought, I'll give it a try and see if it compares in sound quality. I plugged the guitar in and turned the volume to 3 and had no sound. I new it wasn't a cord issue so I turned it up to 6 and could barely hear it. I then turned it up to 8 pregain and 10 master and could not believe how thin the sound was. I tried to EQ the sound but it distorted real bad. In all actuality this amp doesn't seem to have 30 watts! Maybe I got a bad one. I don;t know. I boxed it right up, called Musicians Friend and they said no problem and sent me a return label. Thanks Musicians Friend! You are what you say you are. A true MUSICIAN'S FRIEND!

(4 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

A Professional View

By 3 Dog Music

from Jacksonville Florida

Comments about Behringer ULTRACOUSTIC ACX1800 Acoustic Guitar Amplifier:

This thing is one clean machine. I use it with my top quality Gibson's & and other top of the line acoustic's in room from 75 to 175 seating cap. And it fills the room nicely. I was worried about a good bass end with such small speakers, but the closed back does the job. I do place the amp on an amp stand to get it off the floor and project into the room. There's no sense trying to play at someones feet. This is not a muscle amp, but it is a true projection of the instrument that your putting into it. When I need more kick for opening act slots and larger venues,I do use the direct line outs into the main sound system and use the amp as a monitor. I set my level and tone then give it to the soundman. No buzz or hum. Just a clean signal to the board. I'm about to purchase the second one for each side on the stage.

(3 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

you get what you pay for

By Wd.lHCUwA

from Boise, Idaho

Comments about Behringer ULTRACOUSTIC ACX1800 Acoustic Guitar Amplifier:

I have the, "Behringer Ultracoustic ACX1800 Acoustic/combo Guitar Amplifier". Well at first this amp was great but, after a few months I noticed a buzz in channel 2, this turned into a hum, and mid range went out in both channels, so the sound quality went down allot. Now me, Im using this amp in a small room so it isn't turned up very loud, still I figured this amp would last along time, which it didn't all theses problems I listed happened 6 months after I bought this amp, so for me this amp is a disappointment.

(2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

This amp is 60 watts per side and great

By jurso99

from Lowell,MI

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Pros

  • Easy To Use
  • Great practice amp
  • Low Cost

Cons

  • Limited Fx
  • Not Loud -bettr With Prea

Best Uses

  • Practice-home Use

Comments about Behringer ULTRACOUSTIC ACX1800 Acoustic Guitar Amplifier:

If your on a buget and looking for a practice amp or your first amp this will do.If your using a passive pickup in your guitar use a preamp.This is rated at 60 watts straight from behringer so if your looking for power buy the marshall 100asd or the fishman artist.Both really good but almost twice the money.
You do get what you pay for,also please reads docs before claiming this is suppose to be a higher rating.This amp serves the purpose as well as my acx1000.

(2 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
2.0

cool idea, poor performance......

By JC

from Verde Valley, AZ

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Pros

  • Easy To Use

Cons

  • Limited Functions
  • Poor Sound Quality
  • Weak

Best Uses

  • Amateur Recording

Comments about Behringer ULTRACOUSTIC ACX1800 Acoustic Guitar Amplifier:

very poor.... the sound & power 180 watts? more like 18 watts, looks cool...but effects poor chorus...I sent it back!

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

Pretty quiet.

By Acoustomaniac :^)

from Ireland.

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Comments about Behringer ULTRACOUSTIC ACX1800 Acoustic Guitar Amplifier:

I owned this and from the word "go" I was dissapointed by the low power output. IT looks "the business" and has all the gizmo's to set us tingling, it works well in the bedroom, but get it out at a gig with my acoustic duo and you wont hear a thing. Empty bar room is OK, but get ten or fifteen people in there talking and you wont be heard. 180 watts it says on the box, but when I measured with my Radio shack decibel meter at three feet, the ACX 1800 was far quieter on full volume than my Epiphone valve junior at 1/2 volume (clear music) rated at five watts??You get what you pay for, but not with the ACX 1800! I sent mine back!I now plug my acoustic straight into the 4 channel PA, its only 100 watts, but it can be heard plenty (problem solved).

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
2.0

Too good to be True

By GytrPlyr

from South Georgia

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Comments about Behringer ULTRACOUSTIC ACX1800 Acoustic Guitar Amplifier:

Too good to be true? Yes, it is. I was thrilled to find a high powered acoustic amp that had ALL the features I wanted. My disappointment was extreme. I expected the cheap quality pots, etc. Hey, look at the price. What I didn't expect was a completely useless tone on both channels. Effects are worthless. They offer plenty but only the first reverb is usable. The biggest issue for me, however, NO POWER. I bought this amp to be able to play small clubs, etc. in a solo gig. In a 40X70 club with 30 people I struggled to get a volume that could be heard by all. I had people at the bar talking in a conversational tone. NOT what I expected from 180 watts. Side by side I had a friend's 60 watt Crate drown it out. Take my advice, spend a few dollars more and get the Crate Gunnison 60 watt or the Marshall 50 watt. Better quality, better sound, more volume. You won't be dissappointed that you did.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

Not 1/2 loud enough

By Acoustomaniac :^)

from Ireland.

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Comments about Behringer ULTRACOUSTIC ACX1800 Acoustic Guitar Amplifier:

I thought 180 watts was gonna crank it out, but at full volume its getting almost as loud as my Epiphone valve junior at (FIVE watts)???Effects are better than anything I ever had, but I've had better EQ on much cheaper amps.This one won't get out of my bedroom, simply because it looks pretty cool. The previous, ACX 1000 was far better in the EQ, sounding very acoustic indeed, also far better in the the loudness (volume), even though it was only rated at 120 watts (in a bigger cabinette), but EQ reliability let it down.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

Dissapointed

By BlutoTheBluesman

from Wausau, Wisconsin

Comments about Behringer ULTRACOUSTIC ACX1800 Acoustic Guitar Amplifier:

I currently own both the ACX900 and the ACX1800. I bought the 1800 because of the extra power output and the adjustable parameters for the effects and also the compressor. I felt very let down by this amp last week when I gigged with it for the first time. When I set up before we got started, I expected to use the 1800 because I sing lead and play lead guitar in a 3 person acoustic trio. I was to let our backup singer use my old 900 and the other guy has a 900 as well. Side by side comparisons lift me shocked at how different these amps are from each other. The 1800 lacked the volume big time and the fullness and bass response were nill. The vocals distort much, much too easily. The compressor works well but nothing could even bring this amp close to the quality of the lower wattage ACX900. I decided to use the 900 for myself at the last minute and set up the 1800 for our female backup singer so the vocals wouldn't distort much but we got a lot of complaints that nobody could hear her. The instrument channel sounds a little better in my opinion on the 1800 but neither channel will give you anywhere near the volume or bass response as the 900. I just purchased another 900 for this weekend's gig and will be returning the 1800.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great price, but may not be for everyone.

By Duncan Miller

from Arizona

Comments about Behringer ULTRACOUSTIC ACX1800 Acoustic Guitar Amplifier:

This amp has all the features that one could ask for; i.e. 16 adjustable effects on both channels, and tuner mode that silences the amp, and a two button foot pedal to control each channel. The sound is dead on, except when I turned it to the maximum to hear the full power, I got a slight buzz from the feedback suppression. I know that it is not as loud as 180 watts is expected to be. This amp is more like 60 to 80 watts for each channel. I had a Behringer GX112 Blue Devil that was 60 watts and this amp is comparable to that. I think the mistake is made when consumers believe that the instrument channel is 180 watts, which it is clearly not. This amp is great for someone playing a small cafe, quiet bookstore, or a bedroom, but do not expect to go on tour with an inexpensive PA. Play it before you buy.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

No Ear Plugs Needed

By Ken Walker

from Missionary in Mexico

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Comments about Behringer ULTRACOUSTIC ACX1800 Acoustic Guitar Amplifier:

This amp had all the features I wanted, and seemed to be a great bargain. I expected some serious volume though from an amp touting 180 Watts. I think they figured that from having three inputs (mic, guitar, CD) and maybe working in some electrical consumption or something because this thing is barely louder than my dinky 40 Watt PA. The knobs are pretty cheap, but for the price, what do you expect? I do however expect a 180 Watt amp to be loud! I'd send it back but I'm in Mexico and had it delivered to my sister-in-laws and made a special trip to the states to pick it up. It did teach me a lesson though, try before you buy. ;)

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

good choice

By tvm

from Charleston WV

Comments about Behringer ULTRACOUSTIC ACX1800 Acoustic Guitar Amplifier:

I play swing style guitar with a horn band and this amp works well with this. It provides a nice ? clean ?. acoustic/electric sound. The effects are suitable and I am very happy with the quality of sound. I have used the microphone connection only twice but it was sat with the environment. This is not something to be used if you want a big sound with a vocal group ? for that get a PA system ? but for one or two people with a guitar it does well in quiet, listening settings

 
5.0

Great pro sound quality !

By Mike H

from Florida

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Pros

  • Easy To Use
  • Excellent Sound
  • Good Warmth
  • Powerful

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Events
    • Performances

    Comments about Behringer ULTRACOUSTIC ACX1800 Acoustic Guitar Amplifier:

    I feel I need to put my 2 cents in on this amp . I don't know what other peoples problems are with this amp but I have owned one for about 6 years and have had no problems ever. I play professionally and had looked at every amp out there , played through a lot . I saw this online and bought it based on the incredible amount of EQ and have never had an issue . I have had other musicians play through it as I stood back and listened and was amazed at the sound quality . Now let's be honest ...the thing about Behringer has always been , in player , sound..etc circles , " it's cheap but sounds good ,you use it till it dies and buy another one " ! Well I've had it for a long time now and have no problems . The power and volume is there the EQ is there and the direct out is great . Every time I've used this amp whether at church , big stage or small gig , I get great comments about how great this amp sounds . FYI I use an older Taylor with the fishman system and also play nylon string and mandolin through this .

     
    3.0

    For beginners/amaetuer coffee shop gigs

    By Gene

    from FL

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    Pros

    • Compact
    • Easy To Use

    Cons

    • distorts-even with guitar volume low and amp low
    • Distorts when guitar is loud enough
    • Poor Sound Quality
    • Vocal channel is tinny, even with bass EQs up

    Best Uses

    • Amateur Recording

    Comments about Behringer ULTRACOUSTIC ACX1800 Acoustic Guitar Amplifier:

    I have had good luck using Behinger products before, use the mixers all the time and have mixer amps. However, the acoustic amp, while a lot of features and compact and easy to use and 180 watts, I found I could not play the acoustic guitar without distorting. Tried the guitar pickup (Fishman) on level one and had to put the amp up channel up to 7 and the master volume up to 6 to get enough sound to be heard in a room that holds 50 or more. It was fairly clean sound when played gently (finger picking). However, strumming, it distorted every time and you cannot rock out on any song without it distorting, not matter what volume level you use. The vocal channel is tinny, like old time radio shows, even with the lowest two EQs up, it mellowed but was just not at the performance level of what you would want to play even small professional gigs. This amp would be fine for a amatuer who plays small living rooms or coffee houses, and strums lightly, they still might have difficulty getting a good vocal sound though.
    I have now tried the Fishman loud box (good for guitar, but the vocal channel sound still lacks-saw a guy using one and it sounded great, then I noticed he was using a small PA for the vocal). Also tried the Acoustic 100, it sounded good when I tried it out in a music store, even the vocal was acceptable, however when I received one from Musician's Friend, the effects window lit up then went out, and the amp did not work after that. I plugged it in and left it on and about 4 hours later, it was lit up and the amp worked, however, I sent it back due to calling Acoustic directly and them telling me that kind of malfunction upon being new could happen again. I could have gotten another, but tried the Behringer fist, since it was more wattage and double cone speakers instead of single cones that the Acoustic has. My first choice was the JBL EON ONE, it sounded fine upon arrival, but I could talk over the guitar with all volumes up, without a mic. Bad amp.

    (0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    I Love my ACX1800

    By Stan The Man

    from Miamibeach, FL

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    Pros

    • Easy To Use
    • Excellent Sound
    • Good Warmth
    • Portable
    • Powerful

    Cons

    • heavy

    Best Uses

    • Events
    • Home Studio
    • Performances
    • Professional Recording

    Comments about Behringer ULTRACOUSTIC ACX1800 Acoustic Guitar Amplifier:

    I purchased my ACX1800 used and it "ROCKS" ! My main guitar is a Yamaha FG730S which I converted to a baritone type guitar. I play percussive style so I'm slapping, thumbing, popping and tapping. If you are using a passive pickup then you'll need a preamp. Believe me first I went passive and as soon as I switched to active the amp came to life. I have a Fishman rare earth humbuker active pickup and it sounds "Sick"! I'm getting ready to install a mic and I can't wait. Recently I did a outdoor gig and I used the ACX1800 as my monitor on stage. I had it on a 3ft stand and used the 2 XLR outputs direct into the sound board. It wasn't even a massive sound board and I couldn't believe what I was hearing ! It's just myself and a vocalist I'm keeping steady drum patterns, bass lines, chords & melodies. Everyone thought I had looped bass and drums it sounded "Great"! It took time to get the chorus, reverb & delay setup right but that's normal. I suggest that if you don't like the eq or effects get pedals. For the price this amp is Unbeatable !!!

     
    5.0

    Behringer Ultracoustic ACX 1800 Acoustic Amp

    By 'Keep Pickin'

    from Robertsdale, Ala

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    Comments about Behringer ULTRACOUSTIC ACX1800 Acoustic Guitar Amplifier:

    Received the amp a week ago and have used it numerous times and I'm quite pleased by the sound quality, looks, and ease of use. Use it with a Carvin acoustic with a dean markely west coast series pickup and it sounds clean. This is a dual pickup and the transducer PU retains the acoustic sound nicely. Also, use a Martin with Fishman pickup with good results. Tried a Sennheiser E15 mic and it sounds clean as well. Good price, good product, should last with care. Can't beat it for the money. Seems to have plenty of power for my use.

    (0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Best amplifier I ever owned.

    By HaveGuitarz-WillTravel

    from Southwest Virginia

    Comments about Behringer ULTRACOUSTIC ACX1800 Acoustic Guitar Amplifier:

    I have been using this amp since summer 2007 and I have to say it's performance has been incredible. I know it's called ultracoustic but acoustic or electric or my 6 and 12 strings I mike with a condenser mike and pre-amp the sound is awesome. The fx's are great and it has plenty of watts for playing club gigs. It is great not having to lug a pa system around. The craftsmanship and attention to detail have made me a lifetime Behringer customer. If you need a good, solid, versatile amp, buy this one you won't be dissapointed.

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