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Genz Benz Shenandoah 200W 2x10 Stereo Acoustic Combo
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The stereo, 200W design provides incredible headroom and is capable of continuous high-level dynamic output for the club or concert stage. This desig...Click To Read More About This Product
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Warm, natural, distinctive acoustic tone, even at high volumes!
The stereo, 200W design provides incredible headroom and is capable of continuous high-level dynamic output for the club or concert stage. This design works with a flexed speaker baffle to better project the rich, detailed stereo programs of the 2 Alesis digital effects processors--both of which can be assigned to operate on the same or individual channels and turned on/off with the included footswitch.
- 200W stereo output (100W per channel @ 4 ohms)
- 2 full-featured channels w/ XLR and 1/4" inputs
- All inputs mix together
- Input peak LEDs on each channel
- 4-band EQ per channel (2 Sweepable mid bands)
- Dual stereo Alesis DSPs can be assigned or mixed to both channels
- Input phase reverse circuit
- Unique flexed speaker baffle for a more articulate stereo image
- Dual 10" speakers and compression tweeter complement
- Individual tweeter level controls
- 4 XLR direct outputs and effects loop choices
- Auxiliary input with RCA and 1/4" jacks
- Front panel auxilliary input control
- Left and right output LEDs
- Bottom-mounted, tilt-back handle
- Removable casters included
- Internal low-noise cooling fan
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Shenandoah 200W 2x10 Stereo Acoustic Combo
- 29"W x 22"H x 13"D
- 70 lbs.
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I have owned this amp for about 6 months now. I originally bought it to use as a mini-PA system but was never happy with the vocal sounds. So, this amp has become the biggest, heaviest acoustic pre / DI in the history of acoustic guitar - but I'm not complaining. My guitar has never sounded better - and believe me, I have tried everything from dual sourcing a Rane AP-13 to internal mics, external mics, expression systems, digital preamps, fx processors, etc., Finally, I can wail on my Shen and it sounds awesome - you should hear my acoustic version of SRV's Little Wing... My only beef is the placement of the value #'s on the knobs - very hard to read - the front panel needs to be redesigned.