Acoustic A20 for guitar and vocals
Acoustic has launched a new amplifier for vocals and acoustic instruments.
The Acoustic A20 has a floor monitor-style format and hosts an 8” woofer, a 20-Watt amplifier and two XLR/Jack combo inputs, each with a volume control. A three-band EQ is also available, along with a digital reverb, a chorus, an effect loops and a Vari-Control anti-feedback system.
You’ll also find on the A20 a 1/8” aux input and a headphone output. Last, a pre/post EQ direct output allows for connecting the amp to any PA system.
The Acoustic A20 amp will be available mid-September for the US price of $129.99. More details at www.acousticamplification.com.
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