Le nouveau Fender Acoustasonic™ 150 est l'ampli idéal pour le guitariste acoustique qui a besoin d’un ampli léger, puissant, polyvalent et modulable, capable d’innovations sonores et disposant de caractéristiques utiles.
L’Acoustasonic 150 offre un son acoustique cristallin et résonnant dans un ampli léger (seulement 12 kg) avec une nouvelle section de puissance stéréo 150 watts (2 x 75) à très haut rendement, un haut-parleur grave 8" entouré par de la mousse et un tweeter d'aigus. Son nouveau réglage Voicing permet de simuler le son d'une acoustique au format parlor, dreadnought ou jumbo avec n’importe quelle guitare. Ce réglage peut également être désactivé pour obtenir le son naturel de l'ampli. Pour les guitaristes acoustiques qui jouent également de l’électrique, le réglage Voicing possède des paramètres reproduisant le son des amplis de type British, Blackface et Tweed. Plus besoin d’avoir un second ampli pour votre guitare électrique.
Ses autres caractéristiques comprennent des canaux instrument et microphone avec une EQ et des réglages d’effets indépendants ; un nouveau réglage d’élimination du feedback avec un interrupteur on/off pour chaque canal ; un réglage String Dynamics™ breveté qui adoucit les notes aiguës les plus agressives ; des effets incluant réverbération, delay, chorus, Vibratone et autres ; une sortie ligne XLR avec réglage de niveau et ground lift ; une boucle d’effet stéréo ; une prise USB pour enregistrement numérique en sortie directe (et éventuelle mise à jour du micrologiciel) ; un pied rétractable pour incliner l'ampli, une construction robuste en contreplaqué 5 plis et un footswitch de sélection des effets à deux boutons en option.
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I bought this amp for my acoustics but I ended up using it for both my acoustics and electrics. Seen reviews from people that said it sounded bad with an electric guitar, but I like it. sounds great to me and everyone that hears me play always like it as well. I would buy it again if something happened to it. I have owned this one for about a year and a half and have had no trouble with it at all. Very glad I bought it!
PHAROAH2727 owns this item
I am using the Acoustasonic 150 with a Taylor T-5Z guitar. You could say that these are two of a kind - like a pair of Swiss army knives - but they do the job for me with ease. Rather than just doing a lot of things "just OK", they have a precision about them that brings a lot of joy to my playing. The tone on the amp complements the guitar very nicely, and vice versa. I get exactly the tone I need and want. I play rhythm guitar with a big band, accompany a female singer with a trio, help a young garage band next door, and play for my grandkids. One amp, one guitar.
I've used the amp with the Taylor, an Ovation, a classic Gibson ES and a Heritage 575. I've owned Fender, Roland, and Henricksen amps over the years, and have been able to free up a lot of room (and some $$$) by moving them along.
I've been playing for over 50 years, and I think I have found my ideal combo for a long, long time.
Gotta put a plug in here for Bananas At Large in San Rafael CA, and Alan Rosen and Rik Elsweit, for taking the time to help me with some pretty hard decisions. Great people, great instruments.
je00143 owns this item
Fender is simply the main stay of a musician's ability to demonstrate his or her own music prowess to the world. I own a Fender Stratocaster American Deluxe and a Fender ACOUSTASONIC™ 150 COMBO amp that lets me enjoy my acoustic guitar with the electric from a switch all in one amp, with amazing tech and pure knowledge.
Glenn David Loft owns this item
I have been playing guitar and singing for over 40 years. For the last 15 years I have performed Irish Pub songs in Pub settings and have found the Acoustasonic 150 the perfect pub amp. It has enough power for the small to medium venues; it is light and compact but has a bigger than life sound. Its effects are solid and the voice channel is clear and stable. Everything a working performer would want or need in this venue size. I purchased it about a month ago and so far I am very pleased. As with my other Fender products I have come to expect the very best and was not disappointed with the Acoustasonic 150. Slainte ! T'is himself and none other,..... Rick
Rick owns this item
The title says it all ...
I've owned my Acoustasonic 150 for a year now ... it is my go-to combo for my solo acoustic performances. I play lots of different types of venues and more often than not, a PA system would be overkill for what was actually needed. My Fender changed all that. Not only has it reduced how much weight I'm carrying to a gig (at only 22 lbs.) - it has also served in larger places where I did not expect it to be enough. Powerful, versatile, convenient, portable ... I waited a year to chime in on this amp because everything sounds & looks great when it's new - but after a year with a minimum of 2 - 3 gigs a week, this amp sounds just as excellent as the first time I used her.
Besides the usual singer/songwriter performances (using a microphone & a jumbo acoustic/electric guitar) - I have also used this amp for electric work and for classical guitar performances. A very clean sound - and a testimony to the reputation of the Fender company.
Like I said at the beginning ... worth ... every ... penny.
Eddie Ayala owns this item
|Model Name:||Acoustasonic™ 150 Combo, 120V|
|Controls:||Instrument Channel: Volume, Treble, Mid, Bass, Voicing Select, String Dynamics, FX Select, FX Level. Microphone Channel: Volume, Treble, Bass, Voicing Select, FX Select, FX Level|
|Effects Loop:||1/4" Stereo - (Send/Return)|
|Inputs:||Two - (One 1/4" and One XLR)|
|Line Out:||One - (Balanced XLR with Ground Lift and Level Control)|
|Channels:||Two - (Instrument and MIC / INST)|
|Horn Tweeter:||Piezo hautes fréquences|
|Cabinet Material:||5-Ply 5/8" Lightweight Plywood|
|Grill Cover:||Brown Textured Vinyl Covering with Black Grille Cloth|
|Amplifier Depth:||10.125" (25.7 cm)|
|Amplifier Width:||22.37" (56.81 cm)|
|Amplifier Height:||16" (40.6 cm)|
|Amplifier Weight:||22.5 lbs. (10.2 kg)|
|Effects:||Vibratone, Chorus, Reverb+Chorus, Chorus+Delay, Delay, Reverb+Delay, Plate, Room, Hall|
|Speaker:||Two - 8" Foam-Surround Low-Frequency Drivers|
|Unique Features:||Tilt Back Legs, Lightweight 5-ply plywood construction; Voicing control with Dreadnought, Parlor, and Jumbo selections, as well as Tweed, Blackface, and British amp models for use with electric guitar|
|FootSwitch:||Pédalier de contrôle disponible en option avec 2 boutons.|
|Knobs:||Boutons vintage noir|
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