Fender Acoustasonic 100
Fender Acoustasonic 100

Acoustasonic 100, Acoustic-Electric Guitar Amplifier from Fender in the Acoustasonic series.

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Animaxion's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Disappointment ..."

Fender Acoustasonic 100
- Guitar Amp
Transistor amp emulation + for electro-acoustic guitar with 1 HP and 1 tweeter 100 W.
Voicing function simulates different types of guitars Parlor, Dreadnought, Jumbo.
These amps also feature emulation electric guitar amp (blackface, tweed, british) which makes them very versatile.
Channel microphone / instrument with equalization.
Feedback suppression function with on / off for each channel.
String Dynamics control to attenuate the high frequencies.
DSP effects (reverb, delay, chorus, Vibratone ...)
USB connection for recording and updating the firmware.


So at the equalizer, putting all at noon, we obtain a relatively cold and slamming her. We managed to get an acceptable sound playing on the voicing feature, but the sound is not authentic, and worse when we venture on the effects.
Simulations for electric guitar amp is not adjustable: we can choose between a Fender crunch of poor quality, a clear typed Vox, and a copy of distortion Marshall pushed into the red ... It does not sound, at least with a guitar equipped with double-coils.


I was very intrigued by this amp, very light, very powerful, versatile, especially as I am guitarist electric, acoustic, and multi-instrumentalist string ... And I said, "wow, finally (on paper) an amp that allows me to play the electric and acoustic, that I can carry around with me snooze without ruining me back ... " ! But it was too good: the sounds are Crados have not really presence, and are far from sound as well as a Marshall AS.


I tried this amp with my lute electroacoustic store and a Gibson Classic 57 equipped and am eager to compare with the Marshall AS 50D located next to compare.
I would conclude by saying that Fender has missed a shot for this opportunity to round up new customers, versatile guitarists and / or multi-instrumentalists: DO NOT BUY THIS AMP, rather stay on a guitar amp electric and electroacoustic PA.