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Boss AC-3 Acoustic Simulator
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Nico66 Nico66

«  a toy ... »

Published on 05/19/11 at 23:48
Boss Digital.

Beefy ... but that's it ... on paper, very attractive, but when you go to use it is another thing.

UTILIZATION

simple manual ... editing sounds easy

SOUND QUALITY

sound quality ... it blows a lot!
the only use is with a guitar single coil middle pickup set in, that's all! for the rest, forget it.

And yet, it's not great great ... and it blows a lot. Too bad the idea was pretty good.

basically it is a toy for home, but in concert, forget ... this is ridiculous ...

for those who would say yes, but you got to plug it into the good stuff, I play on Orange Orange Rockerverb MKII + 4x12, Fender Twin reverb and guitar custom shop Start, PRS 513 and the CS 56 and 58 Paul ... ok?

OVERALL OPINION

I bought it because I was fed up of lugging 4 guitars in concert and I thought if I could leave my folk at home that would be it ...

ben good too bad, I take the folk ... it really is not terrible ... for those who hallucinate before, get your ears ... it sounds good, but get a electro and compare ... ok? it's good?

go to waste!
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