Acoustic Guitar Amps1-24 of 24 products
Fender Acoustasonic 15
AER Compact 60 Acoustic Amplifier MK 4
Blackstar ACOUSTIC:CORE 30
EastCoast EC-25A 25 Watt Acoustic Amp
Yamaha THR5A Guitar Amp
Blackstar Fly3 Acoustic
Roland Mobile AC Portable Acoustic Amp
Yamaha THR30IIA Acoustic Amp
Blackstar Fly 3 Acoustic Stereo Pack Acoustic Amp
BOSS Acoustic Singer Pro
Fender Acoustic SFX II Combo
AER Alpha Acoustic Combo
Blackstar Sonnet 60 Black Combo Acoustic Amp
Roland AC-33RW Acoustic Combo
Fender Acoustic Junior Go
Laney A-Fresco2 Battery Powered Acoustic Amp
Vox VX 50 Acoustic Combo
Peavey Pedal Steel Nashville 112
Blackstar Sonnet 60 Blonde Combo Acoustic Amp
AER Compact 60 Acoustic Amplifier Mark 4 Acoustic Combo (Ex-Demo) #259003380
AER Compact 60 Stained Oak Combo Acoustic Amp (Pre-Owned)
BOSS ACS-PRO Acoustic Singer Pro (Ex-Demo) #ZIM8819
About Acoustic Guitar Amps
Acoustic guitar 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.
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.
Why Should I Choose an Acoustic Guitar Amp?
- All-in-one solution for singer-songwriters
- Battery powered options for busking
- Practice and perform with inspiring effects