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  • Roland AC-60Published on 11/23/06 at 14:15
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    Hello everyone.
    J 'will put the coffee concert duet with a friend who has an ac-60 .In addition we have each a electroacoustic guitar and a microphone.
    somebody can tell us if you can connect at the same time the two guitars and two micro amps on and if this is so, how proceed?
    thank you for your good advice and suggestions.
    Musically yours.

    USE

    Hello everyone.
    J 'will put the coffee concert duet with a friend who has an ac-60 .In addition we have each a electroacoustic guitar and a microphone.
    somebody can tell us if you can connect at the same time the two guitars and two micro amps on and if this is so, how proceed?
    thank you for your good advice and suggestions.
    ......
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    Hello everyone.
    J 'will put the coffee concert duet with a friend who has an ac-60 .In addition we have each a electroacoustic guitar and a microphone.
    somebody can tell us if you can connect at the same time the two guitars and two micro amps on and if this is so, how proceed?
    thank you for your good advice and suggestions.
    Musically yours.

    USE

    Hello everyone.
    J 'will put the coffee concert duet with a friend who has an ac-60 .In addition we have each a electroacoustic guitar and a microphone.
    somebody can tell us if you can connect at the same time the two guitars and two micro amps on and if this is so, how proceed?
    thank you for your good advice and suggestions.
    Musically yours.

    SONORITS

    Hello everyone.
    J 'will put the coffee concert duet with a friend who has an ac-60 .In addition we have each a electroacoustic guitar and a microphone.
    somebody can tell us if you can connect at the same time the two guitars and two micro amps on and if this is so, how proceed?
    thank you for your good advice and suggestions.
    Musically yours.

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    Hello everyone.
    J 'will put the coffee concert duet with a friend who has an ac-60 .In addition we have each a electroacoustic guitar and a microphone.
    somebody can tell us if you can connect at the same time the two guitars and two micro amps on and if this is so, how proceed?
    thank you for your good advice and suggestions.
    Musically yours.
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  • The grail .....

    Roland AC-60Published on 04/14/14 at 01:33
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    60W amp
    2 channels with EQ and delay effects, reverb, chorus
    1 input jack 6.35 and 1 jack / XLR

    UTILIZATION

    Simple setup, you turn the knobs and works ca
    No need to read the manual except for the use of the pedal boss FS 6U management ddes effects
    The manual is well done
    The sound is beautiful when you plug .... then after a few adjustments it is top notch

    SOUNDS

    Very beautiful sonorities. Very pure and very close to the original sound of the guitar sound is obtained.
    I play a Taylor 210 CE acoustic electric blk. The sound is beautiful.
    I feel that the amp allows to better enhance the sound of the guitar.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for two weeks used with a repeat......
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    60W amp
    2 channels with EQ and delay effects, reverb, chorus
    1 input jack 6.35 and 1 jack / XLR

    UTILIZATION

    Simple setup, you turn the knobs and works ca
    No need to read the manual except for the use of the pedal boss FS 6U management ddes effects
    The manual is well done
    The sound is beautiful when you plug .... then after a few adjustments it is top notch

    SOUNDS

    Very beautiful sonorities. Very pure and very close to the original sound of the guitar sound is obtained.
    I play a Taylor 210 CE acoustic electric blk. The sound is beautiful.
    I feel that the amp allows to better enhance the sound of the guitar.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for two weeks used with a repeat yesterday and it was great. Before I had a config with lr baggs DI came through directly into the sound system and then it really changes the sound!!
    I'm still looking for the perfect sound and the Roland you approach!
    The a little black dot at the moment is the use of the pedal boss that I had with (boss fs6U) The use is not very intuitive. It still takes me to consider its use.
    It also has a little tendency to do a bit of feedback has strong volume, despite the automatic anti-feedback.

    In short it's perfect for a beautiful sound with electro acoustic.
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  • Roland AC-60Published on 06/10/04 at 07:50
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    The roland ac 60 is a great little amp transistors certainly Designed originally to plug a scratching noise, but ultimately, he can do more than has even seen almost everything. I explain:
    Between a jack for the guitar with a button to choose between micro magntique (electric guitar, normal) and pizo (lctro acoustic)
    1Between re XLR for the guitar or singing with a microphone for power interuptor fantme.
    A, reverb or delay, chorus, anti feedback while arglable with optional foot switch.

    Derrire and is a festival: Auxiliary input jack Stereo RCA + (for everything that makes sound) tuner, two footwitches, two line outputs and XLR output for a sub bass possibly.
    And I have......
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    The roland ac 60 is a great little amp transistors certainly Designed originally to plug a scratching noise, but ultimately, he can do more than has even seen almost everything. I explain:
    Between a jack for the guitar with a button to choose between micro magntique (electric guitar, normal) and pizo (lctro acoustic)
    1Between re XLR for the guitar or singing with a microphone for power interuptor fantme.
    A, reverb or delay, chorus, anti feedback while arglable with optional foot switch.

    Derrire and is a festival: Auxiliary input jack Stereo RCA + (for everything that makes sound) tuner, two footwitches, two line outputs and XLR output for a sub bass possibly.
    And I have forgotten a thing or two ...

    EVERYTHING has a small cube of 10 kilo range in its cover!

    UTILIZATION

    Personally I use this amp for vocals and guitar, playing and singing jazz standards. Rpeter, clubs, gigs ... He follows me everywhere.

    Song: my shure beta 58 in the trs me a clear voice that stays warm without distortion, trs intelligible sound is better than a marshall or 50 as a junior Carlsbro (amps senss be equivalents). Low mdium, acute amends with his efficiency. I leave everything in the middle is nickel. A hair rverb (numrique Obviously) and that's it. The feedback is anti trs ... ffective although it is even more effective moves away from the mic the amp, otherwise, forcment, we simply remove the sound abyss of frequencies.
    Do not leave the microphone in front of the HP and all is well.
    Of course, there are the blows, but less than 2 amps on the above named.

    Guitar: in between my L5 jack (set to "magntique"), rglages in the middle, the hair rverb and I'm thrilled. Trs good sound. Not me, it's the public who says it.
    I have long compared: we also get a good sound on Carlbro but it is much better than the marshall. And no breath (this from anyway).
    With my Yamaha electro-nylon (between jack and button "piezo"), for me, the little Roland is the best of 3: clear, relatively deep, musical ... Provided that the electro can be.

    When I sometimes play rock / blues, I plug in my little Patrick Eggle electric pdalier on my Boss GT 3 which goes in line inputs Stereo, leaving the other input es oprationnelles. Its nickel, faithful and obssant.

    I must say even when you can not have the sound of a marshall 3 bodies of 16 cm in diameter

    Another tip: 2 X 30 watt, but the real watts.

    SOUNDS

    The most enjoyable with this amp is its weight and size, not to mention its cover with his pockets. Let's see, what I have in the ... my book of sheet music, amp, microphone, XLR cord, a large Jack, an electrical extension cord, my book of sheet music, a mini tool kit, rope, mdiators ... Here? My bob! There gure that the mic that I can not store. I wear has bandoullire, a guitar in each hand and a microphone stand under his arm. Rsultat: one trip! You become lazy with age ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    An amp to do everything he party as it is the IDAL to me. I've had six months and I had no problem until today.
    Well, ok, it's not vintage ... but it's better! It is the one sees how technology evolves in the matrial, electronics, ergonomics. It appears that the AER amps are even better. Except it's three times more expensive and APRS I am told they are not three times better.
    My wish would be to try it with a sub bass cabinet for large concerts. But you lose the spirit of Acts 60. We can always use it and plug it back in line out on the PA system. I tried: trs it works well.
    In short, if you need to buy an amp to play and sing, to try the AC 60!
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  • Roland AC-60Published on 08/26/04 at 06:21
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Transistor amplifier 2x30W
    Two parallel channels:
    -Channel guitar (Jack) selector pieza / magnetic 3bandes with eq & volume
    channel microphone or other instrument (XLR / jack): Line level / mic phantom power supply 3bandes eq & volume

    abundant connections (balanced line out, di out / tuner, sub woofer out, to connect to in one or two sources to be mixed with both channels ...)
    superb chorus & reverb / delay
    nothing is missing except perhaps for the greedy one insert effect (although it can cope with the di out + in).
    Everything is super lightweight (9.8kg) was carried shoulder ds superb cover provided. Little foot to tilt the amp for better production and ability to put it......
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    Transistor amplifier 2x30W
    Two parallel channels:
    -Channel guitar (Jack) selector pieza / magnetic 3bandes with eq & volume
    channel microphone or other instrument (XLR / jack): Line level / mic phantom power supply 3bandes eq & volume

    abundant connections (balanced line out, di out / tuner, sub woofer out, to connect to in one or two sources to be mixed with both channels ...)
    superb chorus & reverb / delay
    nothing is missing except perhaps for the greedy one insert effect (although it can cope with the di out + in).
    Everything is super lightweight (9.8kg) was carried shoulder ds superb cover provided. Little foot to tilt the amp for better production and ability to put it on a tripod speaker standard.

    UTILIZATION

    Classic and simple, clear but probably unnecessary manual ... The only trick is to select the types of chorus and intensity (on a single knob) and use of automatic anti larsen (this one is very efficient and the auto setting works well).
    that one branch of the sound is good ...

    SOUNDS

    I do a bit of a disposal on singing and also jazz and bossa with a Yamaha APX nylon & a copy of stratocumulus with a microphone "jazz" make to order. I also use it a digital accordion (sem).
    I need only the effects included (mainly reverb and chorus a few times).

    On this wonder, all the eq settings I have on a great sound with my two grates and my accordion. with electro I tend to take a half Poille treble for a more rounded. on the accordion I add a bit of bass.

    I directly compared with the marshall as50r before "and for me to buy a DS as part of its jazz there is no picture more than the 3-band EQ on each channel is very flexible (only 2bandes the marshall).

    Highly amplified on stage is a great return and with his line out to the console (balanced outputs).

    OVERALL OPINION

    That amp is awesome for me, convenient portable, versatile (my accordion sounds great) and he follows me everywhere.
    It was super well thought out (mute button that cuts out everything but the tuner ... and many other things), a beautiful chorus (though I'm not a big fan of chorus) and a nice reverb. The 2x30W enough to do a lot of noise and can fit on a background scene ds jazz drummer with a not too furious ...
    For me the optional subwoofer has never proven useful (a guitar is not so much lower than that) even with the accordion noon.
    To me a wonder ...
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  • Roland AC-60Published on 10/21/06 at 05:31
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    Lectracoustique little amp transistor, practical and versatile. J'apprcie in particular, the entries auxiliqire, DI output ... brief that the versatile this amp fits in lots of situations diffrent ... J'apprcie also practical and Securing the bag for transport.

    UTILIZATION

    Lots of possible applications: benefits vocals & guitar, concerts, studio ...

    SOUNDS

    This is not the best amp sound for Electroacoustic my knowledge. I prfre the hashdown, more natural ... but less versatile. but not be top notch, the sound is even when nickel and rglages can make it sound really good guitar properly. I use a Godin Electroacoustic ovation and with micro piezo in the bridge. I can do both......
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    Lectracoustique little amp transistor, practical and versatile. J'apprcie in particular, the entries auxiliqire, DI output ... brief that the versatile this amp fits in lots of situations diffrent ... J'apprcie also practical and Securing the bag for transport.

    UTILIZATION

    Lots of possible applications: benefits vocals & guitar, concerts, studio ...

    SOUNDS

    This is not the best amp sound for Electroacoustic my knowledge. I prfre the hashdown, more natural ... but less versatile. but not be top notch, the sound is even when nickel and rglages can make it sound really good guitar properly. I use a Godin Electroacoustic ovation and with micro piezo in the bridge. I can do both without sound problem ... but not with the same rglages recess. Mention specially the chorus, both quiet, clean and musical trs. He brings more vraiemnt without dnaturer the sound of the guitar.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 9 months, but I feel like I have always had. an excellent choice.
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  • Roland AC-60Published on 01/17/07 at 02:41
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Up

    UTILIZATION

    I plan to use it for cafés concerts.

    SOUNDS

    I tried it yesterday in a store with an ovation.
    After you've tried, I left the store with a big smile and a gentle sense of fullness ...
    I pressed hardly on the ropes that I had a sense of depth notes ... rare.

    OVERALL OPINION

    For the price it is a good compromise. A lot of connections. It is a fairly complete amp. Special Mention for the chorus which the setting is well thought out! I liked the reverb (but should not put too eh;)). Frankly good sound. Competition easily Series AS Marshall, for example ... ...
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    UTILIZATION

    I plan to use it for cafés concerts.

    SOUNDS

    I tried it yesterday in a store with an ovation.
    After you've tried, I left the store with a big smile and a gentle sense of fullness ...
    I pressed hardly on the ropes that I had a sense of depth notes ... rare.

    OVERALL OPINION

    For the price it is a good compromise. A lot of connections. It is a fairly complete amp. Special Mention for the chorus which the setting is well thought out! I liked the reverb (but should not put too eh;)). Frankly good sound. Competition easily Series AS Marshall, for example ...
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  • Roland AC-60Published on 09/05/07 at 16:52
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    See description for collgues

    UTILIZATION

    All knobs noon, sounds good right now with my Electroacoustic nylon strings.
    no need for manual, everything is described on the bte

    SOUNDS

    Chorus and superb rverbe
    against by the dsp is calibrated to the Electroacoustic. it does not sound right as a PA. we must think about when you plug something into it. An electric, for example, does not give much, even for clean sounds. The solution is to use an emulator plutt amp and get in line.
    Fawn gnrale, the sound is a little hollow in mdiums

    OVERALL OPINION

    Trs a good choice for the price. trs satisfied ...
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    See description for collgues

    UTILIZATION

    All knobs noon, sounds good right now with my Electroacoustic nylon strings.
    no need for manual, everything is described on the bte

    SOUNDS

    Chorus and superb rverbe
    against by the dsp is calibrated to the Electroacoustic. it does not sound right as a PA. we must think about when you plug something into it. An electric, for example, does not give much, even for clean sounds. The solution is to use an emulator plutt amp and get in line.
    Fawn gnrale, the sound is a little hollow in mdiums

    OVERALL OPINION

    Trs a good choice for the price. trs satisfied
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  • Compact and convenient

    Roland AC-60Published on 09/16/11 at 06:16
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    60W stereo amplifier sound small.
    Two-channel multi effects processor + Equalisers.
    Detailed Specs Roland site.

    UTILIZATION

    No need to read the manual. One branch, turn knobs, it works. Rocket science.

    The amp is solid, compact. He is not afraid to be walked around from concert to concert.

    The power cable does not come off but is long enough and easily rolled back.

    A small fold-up below to slightly tilt the amp. However, on the floor, we can not run too high because it is unbalanced if it tilts too much (the weight is located toward the rear).

    The carrying case comes with the amp is super helpful because it is not too heavy and we can carry around on the shoulder with......
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    60W stereo amplifier sound small.
    Two-channel multi effects processor + Equalisers.
    Detailed Specs Roland site.

    UTILIZATION

    No need to read the manual. One branch, turn knobs, it works. Rocket science.

    The amp is solid, compact. He is not afraid to be walked around from concert to concert.

    The power cable does not come off but is long enough and easily rolled back.

    A small fold-up below to slightly tilt the amp. However, on the floor, we can not run too high because it is unbalanced if it tilts too much (the weight is located toward the rear).

    The carrying case comes with the amp is super helpful because it is not too heavy and we can carry around on the shoulder with the strap.

    SOUNDS

    This gives excellent sound. I had the opportunity to plug the guitar directly into it, not micro.
    I could get a wide variety of sounds. Do not expect to have great bass, it's still an amp 2x6 "

    This amp is great for small concerts or rehearsals to strengthen the guitar. But its 60W, if asked to stand up to a big-bass amp + a drummer, are not enough.

    OVERALL OPINION

    In short, convenient p'tit amp that does what is asked of him.
    To be dragged from concert to concert for a year and a half, I am very happy. I have never regretted my purchase.
    I still separates to go to an amp with a power much higher (Genz Benz Shen 300 LT).
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  • Roland AC-60Published on 07/06/09 at 05:51
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Transistor amplifier 2x30W
    2 channels parallles:
    - Channel guitar (Jack) selector pieza / magnetic equalizer with 3 bandeset volume.
    - Channel microphone or other instrument (XLR / jack): Line level / microphone, phantom power equalizer 3 bandeset volume.

    Abundant connections <img class="smiley" src="https://fr.audiofanzine.com/images/audiofanzine/interface/smileys/icon_biggrin.gif" alt="biggrin" /> (Symtrique line out, di out / tuner, sub woofer out, to connect to in one or two sources that will mix with two channels ...).
    Chorus & beautiful rverbe / time limit <img class="smiley" src="https://fr.audiofanzine.com/images/audiofanzine/interface/smileys/icon_wink.gif" alt="wink"......
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    Transistor amplifier 2x30W
    2 channels parallles:
    - Channel guitar (Jack) selector pieza / magnetic equalizer with 3 bandeset volume.
    - Channel microphone or other instrument (XLR / jack): Line level / microphone, phantom power equalizer 3 bandeset volume.

    Abundant connections <img class="smiley" src="https://fr.audiofanzine.com/images/audiofanzine/interface/smileys/icon_biggrin.gif" alt="biggrin" /> (Symtrique line out, di out / tuner, sub woofer out, to connect to in one or two sources that will mix with two channels ...).
    Chorus & beautiful rverbe / time limit <img class="smiley" src="https://fr.audiofanzine.com/images/audiofanzine/interface/smileys/icon_wink.gif" alt="wink" />

    UTILIZATION

    The configuration is it simple?
    100% simple, follow the buttons, everything is intuitive trs, notice not required <img class="smiley" src="https://fr.audiofanzine.com/images/audiofanzine/interface/smileys/icon_wink.gif" alt="wink" />

    Do you get a good sound easy?
    Oh yes, plug in, your rglez Vouma and effects, and go!

    The manual is clear and sufficient? ...
    yes, but not essential

    SOUNDS

    Is it your style of music?
    for the pure acoustic, folk: 10/10
    is the use I make in caf concert, electro Branchat a sm58 and a microphone.
    the sound is clear, pure and Distinti, note the anti trs useful feedback vtier the Feedback ...

    With what (s) guitar (s) / low (s) or effect (s) do you play?
    Talor 314CE, the AC60 transcribed Fidler enough the sound of my instrument
    Shure S58: idem

    OVERALL OPINION

    How long have you use it?
    2 years

    What is the particular feature you like best and least?
    simplicity of use
    guitar + microphone connection
    Compact + bag bandoulire very practical

    Have you tried many other models before acqurir?
    yes, the Marshall AS50 from home, and frankly, not y'avait photo, the AC60 is really Designed for audio!

    How do you report qualitprix?
    it is still too expensive, but we admit that's worth, it's a must-have accessory for any musician who seeks occur on scne, caf-concert ...

    Exprience with, you will do again this choice? ...
    yes
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  • Roland AC-60Published on 02/09/10 at 02:30
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    hello, I have this Roland for 1 year and I use it for concerts and repeated P'ti home, very convenient, very good for voice, (it is a beautiful reverb) and acoustic guitar (Godin ), in power, I've never pushed, because I take my sound if the config is too big but for a bar of 50 people is enough

    UTILIZATION

    was soon a good sound, the config is mega easy, you can plug a CD or a computer, although practice

    SOUNDS

    for clean sounds, natural, warm, I'm doing bossa is perfect

    OVERALL OPINION

    I wanted the aer compact 60, too expensive and my guitarist plays with, and frankly, Roland takes the road well! well, it's not super heavy but not super lightweight, short, a good compromise,......
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    hello, I have this Roland for 1 year and I use it for concerts and repeated P'ti home, very convenient, very good for voice, (it is a beautiful reverb) and acoustic guitar (Godin ), in power, I've never pushed, because I take my sound if the config is too big but for a bar of 50 people is enough

    UTILIZATION

    was soon a good sound, the config is mega easy, you can plug a CD or a computer, although practice

    SOUNDS

    for clean sounds, natural, warm, I'm doing bossa is perfect

    OVERALL OPINION

    I wanted the aer compact 60, too expensive and my guitarist plays with, and frankly, Roland takes the road well! well, it's not super heavy but not super lightweight, short, a good compromise, it is not given, I got to 300 € and I hesitated seen the budget I had, with a small sound system, so, I still made a good sound (the probationary pass 500, attention, the reverb is crap) and I have the roland amp, so I choice by providing concerts, and it's great like that!
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