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Drive EA15V 15W 2x5 Acoustic Combo Amp
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The 15W amp pushes 2 - 5" speakers. Acoustic-friendly features piezo pickup, mic inputs, 3-band EQ, footswitch jack, extension speaker output, and he...Click To Read More About This Product
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A versatile little amp for practice or intimate acoustic sessions.
The 15W amp pushes 2 - 5" speakers. Acoustic-friendly features piezo pickup, mic inputs, 3-band EQ, footswitch jack, extension speaker output, and headphone jack.
16-1/2"W x 11-4/5"H x 9"D. 15 lbs.
- 15W amp
- 2 - 5" speakers
- Piezo pickup and mic inputs
- 3-band EQ
- Footswitch jack
- Extension speaker output
- Headphone jack
- 16-1/2"W x 11-4/5"H x 9"D
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Ordered this thing some time back, returned it for refund a few days later. The effects kept popping and hissing - I never did figure out how to turn them completely off. If you really need a good acoustic amp, get a Crate, or Kustom, or Fender, or ANYTHING but one of these!
DO NOT BUY THESE DRIVE AMPS. The effects board cuts out after a few minutes of use, and this is a common defect with these amps. I've seen some resold as 'scratch & dent' ... stay away. Save yourself a headache and buy something different.
Fun little amp with a lot of useful features. For 15 watts, it's LOUD. Has a bit of a hum, but not noticable while playing guitar. I sent the original one I ordered back because the effects board didn't get power every now and then. Hopefully, this next one will be in better condition. That's the only reason I gave "quality" a "5" rating.
Looks good. Soungs OK. EFFECTS kick out. Not the first review that stated this. But something else. You get what you pay for. Pay more and buy it once. I'm just glad it happened right away. Great Customer Service.
I bought this amp hoping that I could use the effects when I record with my acoustic guitar. But, I tried using the speaker output and got way too much buzz. I tried to mic it and got way too much buzz. It doesn't have enough power to play live. Basically what I'm trying to say is that this doesn't have a practical use what so ever. But it's a great toy, and that's all.
Bought this to use as a guitar monitor with church band, & for small acoustic gigs. Run my Takamine through a DI to the board, & out the Hi-Z output of the DI to this amp. For what I needed, it's worked great.