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Phenomenal output from a low-profile combo.
Based upon Genz-Benz's lightweight, compact, Class-D amplifier technology, this 175W combo version of the Shenandoah Compak 300 amp delivers warm, rich tone and phenomenal output in a surprisingly compact speaker cab.
The Shenandoah Compak 300 combo has a removable amplifier chassis that allows the guitarist to extract the amp and use it for larger venues, transporting it in the pocket of a guitar gig bag.
The Genz-Benz Shenandoah Compak 300 amplifier offers 2 preamp channels with identical EQ networks, XLR and 1/4" inputs, phase switch, studio quality DSP and output LED peak indicators. The rear panel offers 3 XLR Direct Out options, effects loop, aux input, headphone jack, and 2 speaker outputs. With its universal power supply, the Shenandoah Compak 300 can be used with any voltage around the world without modification.
This micro acoustic amp produces astonishingly high output, warm natural tone with pristine clarity. Our Neodymium 8" woofer and soft dome tweeter combine to deliver exceptional versatility in a 17-pound amplifier package. A tweeter level control is provided for increased tonal flexibility.
Order now and get unbelievable tone from this compact Genz-Benz combo.
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Comments about Genz Benz Shenandoah Compak 300 SHEN-CPK-8T 300W 1x8 Acoustic Guitar Combo Amp:
At first I was apprehensive about how good an amp of this size can be but I assure you that it delivers. I play a variety of guitars (Santa Cruz H12, Huss and Dalton MJC, Martin HD28) and this amp sounds great with all of them. I originally bought it to use as a stage monitor and I wanted it to be easy to transport but it sounds so good I'll probably just bring it alone for small venues. My only complaint is the DSP which is better than most but I'd prefer settings that I can fine tune. Since I use a TC floor unit I have DSP very well covered.