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Fender Acoustasonic 15

Fender Acoustasonic 15

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Yamaha THR5A Guitar Amp

Yamaha THR5A Guitar Amp

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Blackstar Fly3 Acoustic

Blackstar Fly3 Acoustic

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AER Compact 60 Acoustic Amplifier MK 4

AER Compact 60 Acoustic Amplifier MK 4

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Blackstar ACOUSTIC:CORE 30

Blackstar ACOUSTIC:CORE 30

£199.00
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Marshall AS50D

Marshall AS50D

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Laney LA10 Acoustic Combo

Laney LA10 Acoustic Combo

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Fishman PRO-LBT-500 Loudbox Mini Bluetooth

Fishman PRO-LBT-500 Loudbox Mini Bluetooth

£319.00
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Roland Mobile AC Portable Acoustic Amp

Roland Mobile AC Portable Acoustic Amp

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Kinsman KAA25 25W Acoustic Combo

Kinsman KAA25 25W Acoustic Combo

£129.00
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Vox VX 50 Acoustic Combo

Vox VX 50 Acoustic Combo

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Laney A-Fresco2 Battery Powered Acoustic Amp

Laney A-Fresco2 Battery Powered Acoustic Amp

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Fishman PRO-LBT-700 Loudbox Performer with Bluetooth

Fishman PRO-LBT-700 Loudbox Performer with Bluetooth

£629.00
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BOSS Acoustic Singer Pro

BOSS Acoustic Singer Pro

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£649.00 £699.00
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Blackstar Sonnet 60 Black

Blackstar Sonnet 60 Black

£349.00
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Blackstar Sonnet 60 Blonde

Blackstar Sonnet 60 Blonde

£349.00
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Fender Acoustic Junior Go

Fender Acoustic Junior Go

£399.00 £439.99
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Blackstar Sonnet 120 Black

Blackstar Sonnet 120 Black

£479.00
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Roland AC-33RW Acoustic Combo

Roland AC-33RW Acoustic Combo

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Fender Acoustic SFX II

Fender Acoustic SFX II

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AER Compact Classic Pro

AER Compact Classic Pro

£1,199.00 £1,415.00
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AER Alpha Acoustic Combo

AER Alpha Acoustic Combo

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£725.00 £806.00
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AER Alpha Plus Acoustic Guitar Combo

AER Alpha Plus Acoustic Guitar Combo

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£799.00 £888.00
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BOSS Acoustic Singer Pro (Ex-Demo) #Z5K6776

BOSS Acoustic Singer Pro (Ex-Demo) #Z5K6776

£579.00 £703.00
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Schertler David Classic 100W Acoustic Amp (Pre-Owned)

Schertler David Classic 100W Acoustic Amp (Pre-Owned)

£399.00
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Peavey Pedal Steel Nashville 112

Peavey Pedal Steel Nashville 112

£589.00 £661.00
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Yamaha THR5A Guitar Amp (Ex-Demo) #T543440ZP

Yamaha THR5A Guitar Amp (Ex-Demo) #T543440ZP

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Yamaha THR30IIA Acoustic Amp

Yamaha THR30IIA Acoustic Amp

£449.00
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About Acoustic Guitar Amps

Acoustic amps are that strange thing: the better the amp, the less you’re aware of it. The end goal for acoustic amplification is total transparency; simply your acoustic guitar, louder.

Acoustic amps tend to be an all-in-one solution for singer-songwriters, allowing you to plug in a microphone and backing track as well as your guitar. They will be loud enough for use in small venues, cafes and pubs. In larger venues they operate like your personal mixing desk, enabling you to dial in your own perfect tone before running via XLR out into the PA.

The industry standard for many years has been the AER Compact 60 but there are many other options including Fishman and Blackstar.

There are a number of battery powered acoustic amps on the market, chief among them the ubiquitous Roland Street Cube. These are ideal for buskers who need their sound to carry far and wide while still having control over their tone.

Acoustic amps are also rewarding for home practice. This is less because of the volume they generate and more because of the opportunity to play with inspiring effects and loopers.

Frequently Asked Questions about Acoustic Guitar Amps

Question: What type of microphone should I use for my vocals with an acoustic guitar amp?
We'd say go for a good quality dynamic mic. Certain acoustic amps may supply the phantom power required to run a condenser mic. However, these are very sensitive pieces of gear and not necessarily what we'd suggest using. A dynamic mic needs extra power and will serve you well. The famous one is the Shure SM58 but there are lots to choose from by brands including SE, Sennheiser and Electro-Voice.
Question: I want to go busking with my acoustic guitar but I need an amp. Do any run on batteries?
Yes they do! The most popular amps for this purpose are the Roland Cube Street and the Cube Street EX. Whilst these are not strictly acoustic amps, they do have a facility for both acoustic guitars and vocals. They are louder than they look and they can run on batteries!
Question: What is the best selling acoustic amp?
The acoustic amp that sells the most is the Fender Acoustasonic 15. This is a great acoustic practice amp. The next best selling is the Marshall AS50D, a popular choice for gigging guitar players.
Question: I want an amp for playing acoustic sets in pubs. How loud an acoustic amp do I need?
It's difficult to say but do remember that wattage refers to power only and not to volume. It may seem strange but a 100w amp is typically only twice as loud as a 10w amp! Some amps are more efficient than others too. Two 60w amps from different manufacturers can be wildly different in terms of volume. Volume is determined by decibels rather than wattage. Having said all that, we'd recommend getting the most powerful amp that's practical for you. More power means more clean headroom. This is a useful thing for acoustic artists because your sound will not be on the edge of distortion, even at louder settings.
Question: Can I use my electric guitar amp with my electro acoustic guitar?
Well, it won't do it any harm but it also won't sound great. In the short term you could use your electric guitar amp as a stop-gap measure. However in the long run, the sound will be unsatisfying and you'll no doubt want to get something more up to the job.