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    Marshall AS50D 50W 2x8 Acoustic Guitar Combo Amp
    $550.00 $39999
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    AER Compact XL 200W Acoustic Combo Amp
    $2,199.00 $1,89900
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    Peavey Ecoustic E208 30W 2x8 Acoustic Combo Amp
    $249.99 $19999
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    Roland AC-60 Acoustic Chorus Combo Amp
    $739.50 $49900
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    Roland AC-60RW 60W 2x6.5 Acoustic Combo Amp
    $739.50 $49900
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    Fishman SA220 Solo Performance System & Acoustic Guitar Combo Amp
    $1,549.99 $99995
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    $853.56
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  3. Marshall AS50DC Limited Edition 50W Acoustic Guitar Combo Amp Cream
    $550.00 $39999
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    Fender Acoustasonic 15 Acoustic Combo Amp
    $9999
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    Roland AC-90 45Wx2 Acoustic Chorus Guitar Combo Amp
    $1,069.00 $69900
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    $699.00
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    Dean Markley Ultrasound AG15M Acoustic Amp
    $249.99 $13900
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    Fishman Loudbox Mini PRO-LBX-500 60W 1x6.5 Acoustic Combo Amp
    $509.99 $32995
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    $290.36
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  4. AER Alpha-Plus 50W Single Channel Acoustic 1x8 Combo Amp
    $1,129.00 $99900
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  1. AER Compact 60 60W 1x8 Acoustic Guitar Combo Amp
    $1,399.00 $1,19900
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  2. Roland MOBILE AC 5W 2x4 Acoustic Guitar Combo Amp
    $262.00 $12900
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  3. Fishman Loudbox Performer 180W Acoustic Guitar Combo Amp with Effects
    $1,189.99 $76995
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    ZT Lunchbox 200W 1x6.5 Acoustic Combo Amp
    $549.00 $39900
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    Line 6 StageSource L2t Acoustic Guitar Amp / Loudspeaker
    $1,399.99 $84999
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    $689.27
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    Fishman Loudbox Artist PRO-LBX-600 Acoustic Combo Amp
    $849.99 $54995
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    Marshall AS50DC Limited Edition 50W Acoustic Guitar Combo Amp Green
    $550.00 $39999
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  4. Behringer ULTRACOUSTIC ACX1800 Acoustic Guitar Amplifier
    $524.99 $34999
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Amplifiers go back almost a hundred years, but until the 1980s they were basically exclusive to steel and electric guitars. The modern concert scene changed that when folk and bluegrass acts moved into venues where their unamplified guitars just couldn't reach the whole crowd. Other styles of music followed suit, and today, no matter what your genre, if you play acoustic in concert you'll probably be using an acoustic guitar amp.

Unlike an amplifier for an electric guitar, an acoustic amp doesn't create the sound. Instead, the acoustic guitar amp is designed to reproduce the natural sound of the guitar as accurately as possible, working in tandem with your chosen pickups. What this means for you is that, compared to electric guitar amps, the sound will not change as much with different components. A tube-based amp will still give you a warmer sound, but the effect is a bit more subtle with an acoustic amp.

When you're picking out an acoustic combo guitar amp, make sure you're getting the power level you need. For the smallest venues and practice spaces, these amps run as small as 10W. If you're playing massive concert halls, you might go all the way up to a 300W model. Scale the power level to suit the size of the spaces you play.

The speaker configuration also deserves some attention, with larger woofers producing more pronounced bass. If you want a sound that's well-balanced and not too heavy on the low-end, consider an acoustic guitar amp with multiple smaller speakers that will give that high-end punch along with plenty of volume to back it up. Some models feature an assortment of differently-sized speakers working together to boost both the bass and treble for a full, rounded tone.

An acoustic guitar combo amp will give your guitar the boost it needs to reach the furthest seats from the stage. Not only do these amplifiers project the sound of your guitar further, they also bring it up to the level of other amplified instruments so your bandmates won't drown you out—an essential for every acoustic guitarist.

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