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AER Compact 60

Acoustic-Electric Guitar Amplifier de la marque AER

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Audience: Advanced users Value For Money : Excellent
ZorglusbZorglusb

AER Compact 60Published on 11/20/05 at 10:19
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
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USE

Very easy to use
Very fast Rglages find
Manuel virtually useless

SONORITS

After much research and galleys to find a good jazz sound with my box guitars (LCS1 Cort, Ibanez and Epiphone Emperor Regent AF75) I finally found the amp I wanted.
Amazing weight and perfect (light, hot, hyper prcis ...)
So for cash jazz guitars is really amp gnial

NOTICE GLOBAL

This is 2 years and I have no regrets as their prices (but given the quality ...)
I would do the same choice without problem
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moustache1947moustache1947

AER Compact 60Published on 03/19/14 at 01:09
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
transistors
reverb, gain, treble serious mediums ..
60 W
jack or XLR

UTILIZATION

yes
no manual
the sound is (in my opinion) perfect for use with microphones, however some find too compressed, I like

SOUNDS

I use it only for singing or the sound with acoustic microphone ... I hate piezo
I therefore rule the more neutral and clear as possible

OVERALL OPINION

I have 2 years and last year, I purchased a second for the two connected on one serve me micro mini sound system.
I was immediately seduced by this model: power, quality, durability, mobile computing, neutrality
as any material ... he can not do everything on a power, it is no flat
value for money is good …
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transistors
reverb, gain, treble serious mediums ..
60 W
jack or XLR

UTILIZATION

yes
no manual
the sound is (in my opinion) perfect for use with microphones, however some find too compressed, I like

SOUNDS

I use it only for singing or the sound with acoustic microphone ... I hate piezo
I therefore rule the more neutral and clear as possible

OVERALL OPINION

I have 2 years and last year, I purchased a second for the two connected on one serve me micro mini sound system.
I was immediately seduced by this model: power, quality, durability, mobile computing, neutrality
as any material ... he can not do everything on a power, it is no flat
value for money is good
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bopelbopel

Excellent amp ... if it is set!

AER Compact 60Published on 02/13/14 at 09:45
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Transistor
two channels
1 jack with gain bass middle treble, switch, Mic / Line switch a "color"
1 jack / XLR with bass treble gain
1 send and return (can be used as a third input for guitar equipped with an active preamp)
1 dose knob effect (canal1/canal2) button effect level switch selection effects (4 reverb effects, chorus and mix ...)
1 master button
headphone output
tuner output
power 60 Watts RMS into 4 ohms ... Thank you for the technical information, Midièse ;-)

UTILIZATION

Very easy to use (for me essential criterion)
The sound reproduction is excellent with my archtop (its fantastic) I was also excited by rendering my first Godin (Multiac (Duet): the fact...…
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Transistor
two channels
1 jack with gain bass middle treble, switch, Mic / Line switch a "color"
1 jack / XLR with bass treble gain
1 send and return (can be used as a third input for guitar equipped with an active preamp)
1 dose knob effect (canal1/canal2) button effect level switch selection effects (4 reverb effects, chorus and mix ...)
1 master button
headphone output
tuner output
power 60 Watts RMS into 4 ohms ... Thank you for the technical information, Midièse ;-)

UTILIZATION

Very easy to use (for me essential criterion)
The sound reproduction is excellent with my archtop (its fantastic) I was also excited by rendering my first Godin (Multiac (Duet): the fact that it has two microphones allow beautiful combinations.
However, I'm a little less excited about my new rendering Godin (Multiac SA), a little dry for my taste ... Despite my mods with the knobs of the guitar AND amp.

SOUNDS

For jazz "sound" c'' is fantastic. For Bossa Nova, Latin jazz, that's fine ... If you are not allergic to the sound that lacks a bit of roundness (nylon strings) I relativiserai specifying only a Multiac Duet, is quite impressive.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for more than 5 years, with the same pleasure!
VERY convenient (no more than 6 kgs, it takes little space and yet it is enough to play in a trio / jazz 4tet), I use it now as part of a guitar duo. He also served many trio (vocals, guitar, percussion).
Well, this gem is not given, but occas' around € 600, it can be an excellent deal.
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midiesemidiese

AER Compact 60Published on 12/22/13 at 03:59
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Transistor
two channels
1 jack with gain bass middle treble, switch, Mic / Line switch a "color"
1 jack / XLR with bass treble gain
1 send and return (can be used as a third input for guitar equipped with an active preamp)
1 dose knob effect (canal1/canal2) button effect level switch selection effects (4 reverb effects, chorus and mix ...)
1 master button
headphone output
tuner output
power 60 watts but nothing to do with the usual watts, here are megawatts

UTILIZATION

Very simple, one branch, we put all the knobs in the middle of equations, we drop the master and it sounds!
His most pure: you will hear the sound of your instrument

SOUNDS

Suitable for all
...…
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Transistor
two channels
1 jack with gain bass middle treble, switch, Mic / Line switch a "color"
1 jack / XLR with bass treble gain
1 send and return (can be used as a third input for guitar equipped with an active preamp)
1 dose knob effect (canal1/canal2) button effect level switch selection effects (4 reverb effects, chorus and mix ...)
1 master button
headphone output
tuner output
power 60 watts but nothing to do with the usual watts, here are megawatts

UTILIZATION

Very simple, one branch, we put all the knobs in the middle of equations, we drop the master and it sounds!
His most pure: you will hear the sound of your instrument

SOUNDS

Suitable for all
guitarist singer small group (with a small mixer connected in mono output on channel 2)
but also with a strat and a GR55 or VG88: it sounds terrible!
Same with electric guitar and effects pedals (ovredrive, Crunch ...)

OVERALL OPINION

For 8 years, he never gave me yet ... I did not spare

Value: super top, beautiful!
Value for money: AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAARRRRRRRRRRRRGGGGGGHHHHH it stings!
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: AER
  • Model: Compact 60
  • Category: Acoustic-Electric Guitar Amplifiers
  • Added in our database on: 01/19/2003

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