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Epiphone Regent 220 Acoustic Amplifier
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2 x 30W stereo power. 1 - 8" speaker plus 2 - 5" Electar Labs speakers. 3-band EQ. 2 channels each with volume control. Onboard reverb and chorus. Hi...Read More
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One unit handles guitar and vocals to perfection.
2 x 30W stereo power. 1 - 8" speaker plus 2 - 5" Electar Labs speakers. 3-band EQ. 2 channels each with volume control. Onboard reverb and chorus. Hi and Lo 1/4" inputs and XLR input. Anti-feedback system. Closed back cab with cream Tolex covering.
- 2 x 20W stereo power
- 1 - 8" speaker plus 2 - 5" Electar Labs speakers
- 3-band EQ
- 2 channels each with volume control
- Onboard reverb and chorus
- Hi and Lo 1/4" inputs and XLR input
- Anti-feedback system
- Closed-back cab with cream Tolex covering
You'll love the sound quality for both guitar and voice. Order today.
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This is one of the nices sounding amps easy to use and will do anything you want it to. I would buying nothing but ...
I tried all of the big names before buying this little amp. It sounds as good as a Fender Acoustasonic Jr. for about $225 less. It does give up a few features, but for the money I don't miss them. It does not have an XLR output for plugging into a PA and it does not have phantom power for the mic. It does, however, have just about every other feature of the Fender for less than half price. It will get loud enough for most churches, coffee houses, and other places. I used some of the extra money that I saved to pick up a Behringer V-Tone Acoustic Modeling pedal/DI for $30 that allows me to plug directly into any PA. Be sure to buy the amp stand that Musicians Friend sells to go with it and you will have a great acoustic amp for just almost everywhere.