Roland AC-33 Acoustic Chorus Combo AmpSku #423449000000000 Roland 423449 HAGA Acoustic Combo Amplifiers https://www.esnapw.com/rses/ESnapServlet?MerchantNumberSent=63655
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Rich, deep, stereo sound to go.
The AC-33 is the world's first battery-powered amp made specifically for acoustic guitar. Portable yet powerful, the AC-33 provides true stereo sound, Guitar and Mic/Line channels, custom-tailored effects, anti-feedback, and a Phrase Looper. But this amp was made to go places no amp has gone before. Thanks to its battery-power capability, the AC-33 lets you take your act anywhere: into the backwoods, onto the streets, or wherever your
imagination leads you.
- 30W (15W + 15W) of natural, stereo acoustic sound through twin speakers
- Runs on AC power or eight AA batteries (accepts rechargeable NiMH types)
- Dual-channel configuration: Guitar and Mic/Line
- Reverb, chorus and new ambience effects
- Advanced anti-feedback function
- Phrase looper with 40 seconds of record time
- Stereo AUX input
- Headphone output
- Built-in tilt-back stand
Order today and enjoy the AC-33 for its natural sound, great effects, and play-anywhere portability.
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Comments about Roland AC-33 Acoustic Chorus Combo Amp:
Basically just what I was hoping for. It's not cheap and the bass response is a tad lacking, but for it's size, it does a great job of representing an idealized acoustic guitar sound. The reverb and chorus is adequate to quite nice. Plenty of volume for coffee house gigs, busking or using as a monitor while feeding the PA. I actually use it with the Roland Micro Bass RX. I take the mono line level output of the AC-33 and feed the input of the Bass RX. This takes me to the sound I want, particularly when playing a baritone or pentatonic guitar (discontinued Schecter Celloblaster). I have always achieved my acoustic sound with bi-amping and now I can do it with portability -and not have to worry about noisy power sources! Negatives: be better with a protective grill instead of thin cloth in front of the speakers. Wish there was a separate reverb level for vocal and a delay effect. Be nice to have a send and return for both instrument and mic input -particularly for the mic input.
Overall... you can get more for your money if you don't need battery operation and the small size, but otherwise, this is the best game in town. I have no buyers' remorse whatsoever.