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 Post subject: Acoustic Amp review - Fender Acoustasonic 30
PostPosted: Mon Feb 13, 2012 7:22 pm 
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Dear All,

I've just completed a video review of a Fender Acoustasonic 30 amp and thought I'd share it with the forum. These amps are no longer in production but they sound pretty good and there are lots of them out there, if you happen to be looking for a second hand acoustic amp.

Video is here: http://youtu.be/RaK1Xk30xUk

I'm afraid that the guitar used for the review is not a Takamine, but a Taylor GS mini.



PS: No affiliation with Taylor or Fender, I just like making videos to share with my fellow music makers :D

Bruno Goh Luse
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 Post subject: Re: Acoustic Amp review - Fender Acoustasonic 30
PostPosted: Tue Feb 14, 2012 10:11 am 

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Thanks for the review.
The Fender Acoustasonic 30 is a great little amp packed with features at an affordable price. It has two dedicated channels (guitar & mic) with a full sweep of effects for each. I can lug mine around without fear of damage or theft because I don't have a ton of cash invested. There's a bunch of more expensive amps to be had and to be sure they are fine offerings and if I played proffesionally on a regular basis I would probably invest in a Genz-Benz or such but for the average guy jaming with friends or the occasional church or coffee house type gig or around the house practice the little Fender is in it's element.
It's kind of comparable to guitars. A person can spend thousands on fine high end guitars or invest less money and get a nice Takamine instrument that is acceptable in every way.



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