Roland AC-60-RW
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Roland AC-60-RW

AC-60-RW, Acoustic-Electric Guitar Amplifier from Roland in the AC series.

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Rosewood Finish for the AC-60-RW & AC-33-RW

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Roland announces that the AC-33 and AC-60, two models in its popular line of Acoustic Chorus Guitar Amplifiers, are now available in an attractive rosewood finished appearance.

An alternative to the standard black finish, the wood styling is designed to give players a natural look.

 

The AC-33-RW and AC-60-RW are outfitted with rosewood-finish cabinets and brown grille cloth. The electronic features are identical to the respective standard models (AC-33 and AC-60), which remain available in black finishes with black grille cloth.

 

All Acoustic Chorus amps can do double-duty as portable PA systems, and offer dual-channel configurations for connecting up to two instruments or one instrument and a microphone.

 

The AC-33 is a AA battery-powered amp designed specifically for the acoustic guitar. It features instrument, XLR microphone, and AUX inputs, along with built-in digital effects, an anti-feedback function, an onboard looper, and an integrated tilt stand for sound projection.

 

With a stereo 60-watt design and dual 6.5-inch speakers, the slightly larger and more powerful AC-60 is suited for situations where a little more volume and projection is desired. It offers guitar and guitar/mic channels, as well as digital effects, anti-feedback, an AUX input, and an integrated tilt stand

 

All amps in the Acoustic Chorus line come equipped with Roland’s stereo chorus effect, as well as reverb and ambience effects.

 

Each Acoustic Chorus amp also comes with a shoulder bag that provides padded protection during transport.

 

Pricing & Availability:

The AC-33-RW and AC-60-RW will be available in October and November respectively. MSRP is $625.50 for the AC-33-RW and $739.50 for the AC-60-RW.

 

For more information, visit www.RolandConnect.com.

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