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Fender Acoustasonic Ultralight Amp Head
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The Fender Acoustasonic Ultralight head delivers accurate acoustic guitar sound and comprehensive features in a wonderfully light and portable packag...Read More
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Ultraportable, powerful, and packed with pro features.
The Fender Acoustasonic Ultralight head delivers accurate acoustic guitar sound and comprehensive features in a wonderfully light and portable package. Match it with the Acoustasonic Ultralight stereo enclosure (sold separately) for a rig that sounds fantastic and is incredibly light and portable.
- Solid state design
- 2x125W into 4 ohms per side
- 2 channels (instrument and mic)
- Phantom power on mic channel
- XLR line out with level control and ground lift
- Headphone output
- Tuner output with muting
- DSP effects (reverb, delay, chorus, Vibratone, and combinations)
- Switchcraft locking speaker outputs (Speakon compatible)
- Volume, 3-channel EQ, and effects level and select on each channel
- Notch control on instrument channel
- String Dynamics„¢ control for reduction of harsh trebles
- Effects level on each channel
- Stereo or mono output selector
- Voltage selector switch for worldwide use
- Patented magnetic docking system keeps head securely atop the Ultralight enclosure
Acoustasonic Ultralight Amp Head
- 7-1/2 lbs.
4"H x 12"W x 8-1/4"D
Reviewed by 5 customers
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Guess I'll add one more of the same to the reviews. I am pretty much a solo musician. Small to large venues. Blues upbeat suff. This thing will blow away most small house thrown together PA systems. For large outside stage gigs you go out of the back of the head to the sound board with your own guitar and vocal mix. (At least I do) The price is a bit staggering but if you are serious about your sound its really nothing compared to the money I spent getting to here. And it won't break you back transporting it. The Acoustasonic Jr on paper is about the same amp for less money. But something about this setup sounds different. To my ears (whats left of them) this is more studio quality sounding. The small Jr 30 is not even close. Any guitar you plug into this sounds good. No its not for metal, and distortion players. I am a fair vocalist at best. This thing makes me sound good. For that its worth it.
Great acoustic amp. Sounds wonderful for both steel string and nylon. The sound is clear and transparent. If you have a high end guitar, this is the amp that you want. The biggest surprise is how good it sounds as a jazz amp. Makes my Tele & T5 sound like Joe Pass. Worth the price.
I've tried other lower priced acoustic amps and found them lacking. This one has all the bells and whistles and sounds great in my studio or on the road in smaller venues. I use it for recording directly into my Boss BR1200 and find its sound quite superior to the acoustic guitar effects in the recorder. It is expensive, but worth the stretch to get a better rig.
Very realistic acoustic sound for both nylon and steel string acoustic guitars. Vocal channel is very clear, the reverb is excellent. Lightweight, sets up in minutes and has quality sound. Prefer it to my PA for small venues. My Tele also sounds great in it too, very clean, useful effects. Peace
I recieved the amp and cabinet as a birthday present in early September. I was blown away by the tone, power and light weight of the amp. It might be a little pricey for some, but it is well worth the fare. I am getting ready to order the electric version and soon will be done with heavy amps. Someone (Fender) finally figured it out; a big amp sound in a light-weight package.