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Yorkville AM100 Acoustic Master Amplifier with DFX
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With a pair of punchy 6.5" woofers and a crisp Motorola tweeter, the AM100 delivers full and well-defined reproduction of acoustic nuances. Durable c...Click To Read More About This Product
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100W of crisp, clean, compact power for your acoustic.
With a pair of punchy 6.5" woofers and a crisp Motorola tweeter, the AM100 delivers full and well-defined reproduction of acoustic nuances. Durable construction. Can be used in upright or angled-back stage monitor position. Two channels offer inputs for acoustic guitars, line level sources, or microphone. Channel 1 offers 3-band EQ and a variable, defeatable notch filter. Channel 2 has both 1/4" phone and XLR inputs and is designed for auxiliary instrument, microphone, or line level source. A DSP section provides 16 great effects. 2-year warranty.
- 2-channel acoustic guitar amp
- 100W power
- 2 - 6.5" woofers and a crisp Motorola tweeter
- Durable construction
- 2 channels
- Channel 1: 1/4" TRS input; gain, low, mid, high, and frequency notch filter controls; notch filter defeat switch
- Channel 2: 1/4" TRS and XLR inputs; gain control; internal effects defeat switch
- Master volume control
- Effects loop with volume control
- Effects footswitch for internal effects with bypass
- DSP section with 16 digital effects
- Power, clip, and EFX bank LED indicators
- Constructed of high-quality plywood
- Metal grille
- Corner protectors
- Blue/black carpet covering
- Top-mounted strap handle
- XLR rear panel line out
- 19"W x 14"H x 12"D
- 25 lbs.
It's a great sounding acoustic amp with a lot of output for its compact size. Order today.
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The preset effects are for the most part very usable and work well (except octave stuff: sounds synthetic). Our band uses this and AM150 exclusively (tried Crate, Behringer, Roland: all more expensive and had a few advantages but lacked some key things). We play every week and have used these for the past 3 years: sturdy and extremely clean sounding. Keep trying others and keep coming back to this. The AM150 is definitely worth the extra money if you are playing in larger venues or play lower register instruments (such as Baritone guitar or Mando-cello): however, the AM100 is much more portable and acts as a great monitor. It also actually works better for higher register instruments such as a mandolin. The one missing feature is the ability the output post-effects to a PA (AM150 does it, this one only has pre-effects out).
Very small but powerful acoustic amp. Nice feature set and a notch filter. Very clean sound! I bought this for my wife and she loves it. The am150 would be a better choice if you want to use the second channel as a PA. I think it is a much better value than the Trace Elliot. I like the ability to till it back like a floor monitor when you are playing on stage. It would be a great amp for a coffee house gig, but if you play outside venus get the AM150 as it packs quite a bit for punch.
This is a great acoustic amp. It's got lots of effects and you can choose between two banks and how "wet" you want them. Footswitch-ready, too.
The only way to get a better acoustic amp than this one is to spend A TON. With two channels for guitar pickup and voice or guitar pickup and mic'd guitar or second guitar, this amp reproduces your acoustic sound how you want it. Built-in effects are good. You can't switch during a song, though. Line out is awesome for running to your board while still being able to hear yourself over the drummer. Great amp.
Super amp for a fiddle. I use it with a Fishman mike/piezo rig. The DFX even adds to the fun. It is better than the Trace-Elliott I used to use. The price makes it a great value.