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Roland AC-60
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Roland AC-60
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ben.ski ben.ski

«  The grail ..... »

Published on 04/14/14 at 01:33
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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