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Ultrasound AG-50DS2 50W Digital Stereo Acoustic Guitar Amp
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The instrument channel is optimized for piezo pickups and has active bass and treble EQ, mid-dip shape control, sweepable notch filter feedback elimi...Click To Read More About This Product
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A compact and portable performance kit for the solo singer/guitarist.
The instrument channel is optimized for piezo pickups and has active bass and treble EQ, mid-dip shape control, sweepable notch filter feedback elimination, and an effects loop. Channel 2 has an XLR input and its own active bass and treble EQ. The amp produces 2x25W stereo power to drive 2—8" coaxial speakers and has 16 digital effects built in. Connections include headphone out, XLR out for DI, plus mono and stereo line outs. 5-year warranty. Pair with the AG-50E powered extension speaker for an expanded system.
- 2x25W stereo power
- 2 - 8" coaxial speakers
- 2 channel operation (instrument and microphone)
- 16 digital effects including stereo reverb
- Channel 1 controls: active bass and treble, mid-dip shape control, sweepable notch filter, and effects loop
- Channel 2: XLR input, active bass and treble EQ
- Headphone out
- XLR DI out
- Mono and stereo line outs
- 18" W x 13"H x 11"D
- 24 lbs.
AG-50DS2 50W Digital Stereo Acoustic Guitar Amp
- 2 x 25W (50W stereo) power
- 2 - 8" coaxial speakers
- 18" W x 13" H x 11"D
- 24 lbs.
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This ultrasound is one of the single best acoustic amps i have heard in my life, and for this low price, it's a steel. The only amp i have played that compares to this is a 1000+ Rivera. But i can't afford that so i am purchasing this.
I use this amp for home recording, live gigging, and at church worship. The twin channels and 50 watts are perfect for the small coffee houses where I play. I constantly get great comments about my sound and mix quality. Twin mic and instrument channels with separate controls along with 16 effects and send ad receive on the instrument side give you tons of possibilities and allow me to blend and mix everything just the way I need it with plenty of power. XLR and 1/4 outs are nice as well. At church I go thru the amp and then into the house pa and everything works fantastic. Thru a larger PA system it works fantastic as a monitor.Before I bought this I tried the Fender Acoustasonic, Genz Benz, Marshall AS50 as well as the Roland AC60. This Ultrasound has the purest and cleanest acoustic sound of all. No "coloring" with a tonal fingerprint like other amps. Other amps leave a tonal fingerprint that gives them a "signature" sound. The Ultrasound is as clear and pure as it gets. I love this amp and would not hesitate for a second to buy another. This is a serious amp for serious players.
I bought the AG-50DS2 for its light weight and promised great sound. I was not disappointed with either. It's 24 pounds of pure, top quality acoustic sound. I use it with both an old Ovation Country Classic (nylon string) guitar and a Guild D-42. I use the Ovation because of its very rich bass off the 5th and 6th strings and mellow treble. I've tried several of the new, lightweight amps but didn't like any of them - they were all too bright and just could reproduce the bass my Ovation delivers. Then came the UltraSound 50 and it was by far the best sound I've heard from a combo amp. I will say that if you like your sound unnaturally bright and short on bass, then this is not the amp for you. But, if you want to make your favorite guitar sound as good as it does acoustically, then the UltraSound is the answer. For perspective, I've been using Crate amps, an AE-125D and an AE-112D for a long time. They are now in the practice room and the UltraSound 50 goes with me to Coffee House or Church venues.Before I forget, the vocal side is also excellent. I have to really cut the bass and treble when I use an SM-58 and I'm not used to doing that. It took some time to break away from old habits where I generally boost the bass and treble a bit with other amps. But, with careful adjustment, the vocal channel is very clean and uncolored.It's simply amazing the difference in sound quality two amps running a pair of 8" speakers sound (the Crate 125D and the UltraSound). The Crate is not bad, but the UltraSound is better. It's just what it claims - "It sounds just like your guitar, only louder." Enough said.