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Peavey Ecoustic 112 EFX Acoustic Combo
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Whether you play acoustic guitar, violin, or harmonica, this Peavey Ecoustic 112 EFX amp is the answer for those difficult-to-amplify acoustic instru...Click To Read More About This Product
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The perfect amp for hard-to-EQ acoustic instruments.
Whether you play acoustic guitar, violin, or harmonica, this Peavey Ecoustic 112 EFX amp is the answer for those difficult-to-amplify acoustic instruments. It also works great for vocals. The Ecoustic uses special EQ and feedback controls to capture the true essence of acoustic sound. 12" Blue Marvel coaxial speaker. 125W biamped power (100W for lows and mids, 25W for highs). 3-channel operation, 2 with independent effects. Chorus, phaser, delay, rotating speaker, reverb, and doubler on channel 1. Chorus, delay, and reverb on channel 2. 2 independent 5-band graphic EQs. XLR out. The Peavey Ecoustic acoustic amplifier is equipped with the Feedback Ferret digital anti-feedback system. Semi-programmable with optional footswitch.
- 12" Blue Marvel coaxial speaker
- Biamped, 100W to the lows and mids, 25W to the highs
- 3 channels
- 2 channels with independent effects
- Chorus, phaser, delay, rotating speaker, reverb, and doubler on channel 1
- Chorus, delay, and reverb on channel 2
- Auxiliary input with Low and High controls
- Semi-programmable with footswitch (footswitch optional)
- Feedback Ferret digital anti-feedback system
- XLR out
- 2 independent 5-band graphic EQs
- Master volume and tweeter level controls
- 20-1/2"W x 21-1/4"H x 14-1/2"D
Give yourself a break. Buy an amp that can really handle the nuances of your axe. Order the Ecoustic 112 EFX today.
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I shopped a lot of different acoustic amps and this was the one I chose. It has a beautiful clean and clear sound that you can adjust to your own liking. I love the fact that it has seperate effects for both the instrument and mic channel. I like to run a drum/bass machine through the AUX IN and have the mic and guitar hooked up at the same time. The 12" speaker handles all the different frequency ranges great. I also play a harmonica through my Shure SM58 mic with a little bit of reverb and it rocks. The seperate volume control for the horn allows you to fine tune your tone. Overall, it was more than I wanted to pay, but the built in effects saved me some money and I would not trade it for anything. This is a must have for single singer/songwriters.
I have used a lot of amps and have a few; but I rate this the best overall. If you are not trying a solid body through this you are missing it! I am playing Fender Nashville deluxe and PWR Telecasters and it is great.
I sat down at my favourite music store and tried out all the best acoustic amps there were on my Takamine EAN15CX.(Genz Benz Shenondoah, Fender DSP)This one blew them both away. It wasn't till I got home and hooked in my Samson condensor mic that I realized what a buy I got. This amp has the BEST acoustics!! Just for fun I hooked up an electric guitar and effects pedal and it will blow the walls down with sound and clarity (even with distortion effects) Overall this is the best equipment I bought.
I tried several acoustic amps before I came across the Peavey Ecoustic 112.I just love it.It is heavy,but thats what dollys are for.More than enough volume and the 5 band EQ is great.The feedback control does really work.I play my Taylor through the low Z channel and my Ovation through the instrument channel.For some songs I even play my strat through it.Try one before you buy one of the other amps.I'm really glad I did.
I got this guitar a few weeks ago and liked the features that it has. I took it to do a show at the bar where I live and plugged my Fender into it and was amazed with the sound that came out of it. There was many other musicians there and they all asked if they could play their guitar through it. Everyone that used it that night said it was one of the best they have used for an accoustic guitar. I highly recommend this amp.
great acoustic sound
I bought this amp to replace a Crate 60 watt acoustic amp. With the purchase of an Alvarez shallow body my Crate, a nice amp, no longer provided the needed low end. The Ecoustic is a nice amp with plenty of low end, and the EQ is a nice touch. The only downside to the amp is its weight (heavy) and the chorus is not as nice as my Crate. Don't expect a lot of out the free Jack Daniels guitar. Nice neck and tuning keys, but no pre-amp EQ, and unless the strings are cheap, it doesn't have much low end. Putting some better strings on it may improve the sound. Nice guitar to play around the house, but you wouldn't want to play out with it.