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Ultrasound AG-50DS3 2-Channel Stereo Acoustic Guitar Amp
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Both channels of the UltraSound AG-50DS3 2-Channel Stereo Acoustic Guitar Amp have combo-type input jacks (both XLR and 1/4"). Channel 1 is designed ...Click To Read More About This Product
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Both channels of the UltraSound AG-50DS3 2-Channel Stereo Acoustic Guitar Amp have combo-type input jacks (both XLR and 1/4"). Channel 1 is designed for use with a mic/auxiliary input. Channel 2 is designed for use with an acoustic guitar with piezo pickups and has active bass and treble EQ, mid-dip shape control, sweepable notch filter to eliminate feedback, and an EFX Loop. Features: 2 x 25W stereo power, 2 - 8" coaxial speakers, headphone out, XLR out for DI, mono and stereo line out, 16 digital footswitchable effects are assignable to either channel or both. 5-year warranty.
- 2 channels with XLR and 1/4 combo inputs
- Channel 1 designed for use with mic or auxiliary source
- Channel 2 designed for piezo-equipped guitars
- Channel 2 has 2-band active EQ, mid-dip shape control, and sweepable notch filter for feedback elimination
- 2 x 25W stereo power
- 2 - 8" coaxial speakers
- 16 digital footswitchable effects
- Effects assign to either channel or both
- Headphone out
- XLR DI out
- Mono or stereo line out
- 5-year warranty
- 18"W x 14"H x 11"D
- 26 lbs.
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I had been unhappy with the sound of my Taylor 614CE guitar through various acoustic amps that I have had. I owned a Fender acoustasonic and a Trace Elliot TA100 and got rid of both of them. I also demoed the Marshall, Crate, and Behringer acoustic amps. I contacted Taylor and they suggested trying the Ultrasound. I am glad that I did. It does everything that I want in an acoustic amp. Basically, it just makes my guitar sound natural, only louder. It does not have the harsh tones that the other amps seem to have. I compared it side by side to a Rivera Sedona which is 4 tmes the price and I liked the Ulrasound better. The Rivera, in my opinion, is the only acoustic amp that comes close to the Ultrasound in tonal quality after comparing at least 7 different amps. My guitar playing friends also find it amazing and I am sure they will get one soon. I don't usually write reviews, but after playing through this amp, I couldn't resist telling others about it. Especially since it seemed to take forever to find the right one.
I've had this amp for about 6 mo now and I love it. It is so well built and the perfect weight, 2 channels. I put my mic on channel 1 and guitar and keyboard on channel 2 with an A/B switcher. I use it to practice and lead worship for our group. Awesome sound. Highly recommend it. I know it's expensive, but if you want a grat amp you're going to have to pay a little more.
to comIt's plain and simple with this amp, it's sound is beautifully clear. That's all I was looking for, and that's all I got. After owning it for about 4 months I'm still blown away every time I plug it in. It's loud enoughpete cut above selfish drummers and full band applications. To be honest, I really went out on a limb with this one, as there are no dealers near me that might allow for a trial, I went on reviews alone, fully prepared to send the thing back. But oh baby, this thing delivered. I'm playing an Alvarez Artist Series Jumbo A/E, which while not a bank breaker, really does incite stupor when I tell people what I payed for it. And this amp makes it sound amazing. A friend of mine as used the amp for both an Ovation Celebrity and an Epiphone Dot, both of which also sounded incredible. The bottom line with this thing is that it's just crystal clear. That goes for vocals as well (though sometimes I wish it might hide my vocal inadequacies a bit more). It even warmed me up to the sound of the sm58, which I accepted, but felt to be a bit dry and brittle through various other mediums. The onboard effects are very high quality, though admittedly I rarely touch them aside from adding a little reverb now and again. I can't state it enough, this thing is crystal clear.It's certainly not overwhelmingly cheap, and perhaps that's one of the reasons these things are slow in gaining popularity (or at least so it seems) but if you're even slightly considering it, go for it, I promise you'll love the thing. And you can always return it if for some reason you don't.
Got this amp a few days ago and have been running it through its paces ever since. This thing is absolutely AMAZING!!! What a little beast!!! It has easily handled anything I've thrown at it including my acoustic/electric with all sorts of effects (onboard effects & stompboxes alike!). And this thing puts out the cleanest signal I've ever heard . . . bar none! If you've got a descent acoustic and you can't get a super-sweet tone out of this amp, then there's not another amp available that can!Tons of tonal possibilities with INSANE headroom for an amp that only puts out 25 watts to each speaker! I promise you . . . you'll be amazed. I even ran my Strat and my Les Paul (w/o and with stompboxes churning) and with a little tweaking, got both to sound fantastic! A lot more "bottom" available than you'd think possible in such a small package, plenty of squeaky-clean highs, and so much more in between. Yeah, I know . . . this amp seems a little "pricey", but let me tell ya something. This is the perfect example of "Ya get what ya pay for". Great sound, built like a freakin' tank, amazing power, with tremendous flexibility. Honestly, this is literally a top quality amp that could last you a lifetime!
My model is the DS-2 version from '04. I play a Chet Atkins CEC Nylon string and its nothing short of amazing. This amp will truly fill a pretty big room and still have more headroom leftover. My Chet almost sounds like a jazz archtop - yeah - its that good. I use this for church, wedding reception cocktail gigs, retaurants - you name it.
I have the older version DS2 and this amp is unbelievable. I bought it in 2004 and haven't regretted it for a second. Clean, transparent and unbelievably quiet. I play my Taylor 514ce and 414rce with ES through this and haven't heard anything that can compare to the crystal clear tone of this amp. 16 digital Alesis effects, two channels, with 50w this is a great coffehouse setup. For the money, this amp is probably the best thing out there. Absolutely unbeatable. I'd replace it in a heartbeat.
I bought one of these 2 years ago to use in my acoustic/electric duo. It has played over 70 shows - from the dives to the classy joints and has never let me down. It has sat out in our trailer overnight in the Wisconsin winter and in the same trailer in 100 deg. heat. It is super clean (almost too clean)clear and if you pair it with a nice acoustic it sounds absolutely spectacular. If you buy a nice Taylor or Martin or Breedlove and don't play through a good amp it'll just sound like anything else. This amp will show off your guitars true sound. When you consider it will last you through years of use, it's not very expensive at all. Again, this amp is top-notch for anyone doing a solo or duet type gig.