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Fishman Loudbox Performer Acoustic Combo Amp  

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If you're looking for superior acoustic tone with performance oriented control, the Fishman Loudbox Performer Acoustic Combo Amp delivers, and gives ...Read More

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Acoustic amp and able PA in compact and portable package.

If you're looking for superior acoustic tone with performance oriented control, the Fishman Loudbox Performer Acoustic Combo Amp delivers, and gives you basic PA features as well. The custom-designed speaker array delivers deep bass reproduction and the digital effects (2 hall and 2 plate reverbs plus chorus) are available for additional sound shaping. 130W of tri-amplified power produce rich, natural, and full-bodied sound through one instrument channel and one mic channel with phantom power.

Each channel offers a 3-band EQ, feedback resistance, an effects loops, balanced DI, a mix DI, a tuner jack, and mute footswitch jack (footswitch not included). There's also an aux input, and the Fishman Loudbox combo amp cabinet has a tilt-back design.

FEATURES
  • 130W tri-amped (80W LF, 40W MF, 10W HF)
  • 2 channels: Instrument, Mic
  • Each channel has: 1/4" input, Gain with 10db Pad and Clip indicator, 3-band EQ, effects level, notch filter, phase switch, effects loop, D.I., tuner and mute jacks
  • Mic channel has XLR input, 48V phantom power
  • 2 - 6-1/2" woofer
  • 4" cone midrange
  • 1" neodymium soft-dome tweeter
  • Auxiliary stereo input with level
  • Digital Effects: Hall 1&2, Plate 1&2, Chorus,
  • 15-1/2"W x 19-1/4"H x 11-1/4"D

A simple, elegant design that's beautifully functional as well. Order yours today.

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4.5

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Beats the boutique Euro amps

I've got to say, this little amp has been an absolute surprise to me. I have owned several AERs, Fenders, Bose Stick, etc. and to me, this is the best all-around...Read complete review

I've got to say, this little amp has been an absolute surprise to me. I have owned several AERs, Fenders, Bose Stick, etc. and to me, this is the best all-around features/sound package I've owned. The tone is easily shaped, with everything you need built in and none of the bells and whistles that just get in the way of getting a good working sound.I use it with both my vintage Cordoba FCWEs playing everything from classical to classic rock to Brazilian to Celtic...and it sounds great on everything. I will say, I think it's at its best with a Fishman pickup. Again, I've owned a lot of different makers' pups, and the combination of Fishman through Fishman has been my favorite.I think for the price, this amp is a bargain and will probably be looked at by acoustic players for a long time as one of those 'classic' amps that is uniquely suited to the job of acoustic amplification. I am going to buy a second one just as backup...I have no inclination to go with another amp.

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Pretty Good

I like the amp and it's very solid. I'm going to keep it because it's the first amp-pa that I've ever owned and it's teaching me a lot about my voice. I don't have...Read complete review

I like the amp and it's very solid. I'm going to keep it because it's the first amp-pa that I've ever owned and it's teaching me a lot about my voice. I don't have to push at all and it's giving me a lot of confidence....but I think the guitar sound is kind of 'canned'...electronified, if you will. I'm disappointed in the sound reproduction. I thought it would be more faithful to the acoustic sound.I'm going to try the Bose L1 Compact Performer.

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(5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Beats the boutique Euro amps

I've got to say, this little amp has been an absolute surprise to me. I have owned several AERs, Fenders, Bose Stick, etc. and to me, this is the best all-around features/sound package I've owned. The tone is easily shaped, with everything you need built in and none of the bells and whistles that just get in the way of getting a good working sound.I use it with both my vintage Cordoba FCWEs playing everything from classical to classic rock to Brazilian to Celtic...and it sounds great on everything. I will say, I think it's at its best with a Fishman pickup. Again, I've owned a lot of different makers' pups, and the combination of Fishman through Fishman has been my favorite.I think for the price, this amp is a bargain and will probably be looked at by acoustic players for a long time as one of those 'classic' amps that is uniquely suited to the job of acoustic amplification. I am going to buy a second one just as backup...I have no inclination to go with another amp.

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(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

Pretty Good

By SoonToBeFamous

from Tulsa, OK

I like the amp and it's very solid. I'm going to keep it because it's the first amp-pa that I've ever owned and it's teaching me a lot about my voice. I don't have to push at all and it's giving me a lot of confidence....but I think the guitar sound is kind of 'canned'...electronified, if you will. I'm disappointed in the sound reproduction. I thought it would be more faithful to the acoustic sound.I'm going to try the Bose L1 Compact Performer.

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(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

FISHMAN LOUDBOX IS A GREAT AMP

I have had many vintage amps, Fender, Vox, Ampeg..etc.. but htis guy had been the biggest surprise.. I run my vintage Ovation, and my Taylor through this gem and they sound incredible.. the vocal and guitar channels are very clean with just the features you need.. Great for a solo performer like me or just as a practice amp... Be sure to adudition this amp if your considering other all in ones... this one is very clean and reasonabloe in price for all the features, volume and well...class...

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(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Love this amp

By Abbey Rodeo

from Cleveland, Ohio

I play in a band, but also like to do solo coffee house type gigs. In these small room situations, I can plug my Shure Beta87A mic in one channel, and my Martin D41 with an undersaddle Fishman pick up in the other, and the sound is incredible. Easy to use, crystal clear and after using for going on 3 years now, it has never failed me... and I move it around in the heat and cold a lot. Great system for a solo performer!

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(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great for Guitar and Keys, Too!

By valveater

from Cleveland, Ohio

I play acoustic guitar and keys with a rock band. This amp sounds great for both, and it's nice to have two channels to keep the signals independent. The sound is clear & loud and cuts through the mix so you won't have to run it through the PA in small clubs. For larger clubs, sound guys will love it too because of the XLR outs on the back - it has them for each channel plus one for the mix. Makes a great practice amp, too!

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4.0

Pint-sized powerhouse

By Janglefiend

from Vermont

I've been using this amp to play out solo for about 4 months now. I play a semi-hollow electric 12 w/ humbuckers w/ a Boss ME50 and sing through an SM58. Excellent clarity, useful effects, plenty of power. Vocals sound natural, zero feedback problems, well-built and easily portable.

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5.0

Money well spent!!!

By zoso1119

from Indiana

I am a solo acoustic performer and used a crate PA for awhile. I got sick of lugging around all the heavy equipment for my small shows so I thought I'd check out some combos like this. This amp will not let you down, it's takin' a lickin' and kept on tickin'. I use a Gibson Hummingbird equipped with the L.R. Baggs pickup and it sounds so clear and natural. It also does the job for vocals as well. I opened for a full band in a much larger venue than usual, and I was worried...no fears people. A line out to their PA and the loudbox became the monitor and the rest was the loudbox coming through the PA. If you need an acoustic amp...do not hesitate!

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5.0

it's worth for every dollar

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

sounds great for a small amp. crisp and so clean. only complain is the location of the cord and switch, awkward.

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(0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

A Great Amplifier!!

By violin-man

from Louisville, Kentucky

This is a fine amplifier with the clearest sound you can imagine. It is extremely quiet as well and loaded with goodies. The voice comes out of it through the xlr vocal mic so extremely natural and clean. The only thing I do not care about is the effects where you can't have independent effects for each channel. Otherwise, I would buy it again.

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5.0

A very good acoustic amp

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

I purchased this amp for use with a Martin HD-28 Keb MO equipped with a K & K Pure Western sound board transducer. The sound quality is very natural with plenty of power in a lightweight design. The features and controls of this amp are very flexible with ample input and output options. The only minor complaints are the location of the power switch (lower back side) and the lack of a place to store the power cord. A terrific amp.

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