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Acoustic Lead Guitar Series G120 DSP 120W Guitar Combo Amp
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      Acoustic Lead Guitar Series G120 DSP 120W Guitar Combo Amp (H74444)
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120 powerful watts with 16 onboard effects.

The Lead Guitar Series from Acoustic Amplification embraces the legendary heritage of Acoustic's legacy. Capable of limitless tones spanning every genre of playing, the G120 DSP combo amp's 120W of power and 2 - 12" speakers will fill any room with rich, pure sound.

The G120 DSP combo has Rhythm and Lead channels for a wide range of tones, along with 16 onboard effects for instant sonic enhancement:
Small Room Reverb
Medium Room Reverb
Large Room Reverb
Small Hall Reverb
Medium Hall Reverb
Large Hall Reverb
Slap Back Delay
Short Delay
Medium Delay
Long Delay
Echo Verb
Slow Chorus
Medium Chorus
Fast Chorus
Chorus Verb
Phaser

A 3-band EQ with Mid Shift lets you precisely match the G120 DSP's tonal response to your style and instrument. The aux input lets you practice by playing along with tunes on your MP3 or CD player, plus there's a headphone out for late-night jamming.

Acoustic Lead Guitar Series G120 DSP 120W Guitar Combo Amp Features:

  • Two channels
    120W
    3-band EQ, semi-parametric mid, Mid Shift
    Onboard 16-effect DSP
    2 - 12" speakers


Acoustic Lead Guitar Series G120 DSP 120W Guitar Combo Amp Specifications:

  • 26-1/4"W x 20"H x 9-1/4"D
    42 lb.


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  • Best amp I've used so far.

    As reviewed by Mathew Hollibaugh on 3/2/2012

    I took a "Beginning Guitar" class at my high school for the easy-A, as I'd been playing for a good year when I entered. This was one of the four amps the school had available. I had tried a few amps before the class, including a few tubes. As an audiophile prior to taking up guitar, this puts the rest to the floor. This was the only amp left when I tried it out. Love at first listen. My Ibanez RG screamed, much to the chagrin of the non-metalheads in the class. The reverb is very nice, and adds a ton of depth to the sound. Distortion is the real beast to pay attention to. You can go from classic rock-to-modern metal in the quick turn of a few knobs (seriously idiot-proof in practice). It can also get really loud. This is a must for loud venues. The case to the amp is nice, too. The teacher doesn't even know it has been dropped... Multiple times (glad I haven't been caught, hehehe...) I'd say its gig-ready. The 5 stars are there for a reason. I've had a good 10-15 hours on it, and this is still my amp of choice, and I will definately be buying one when I get some money. For the price, all I can say is it is almost too underpriced. I'd gladly save 3 times this for an amp like this.

    4 of 4 people found this review helpful.
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  • Do yourself a favor buy this great sounding amp!

    As reviewed by ruben trevino on 2/6/2012

    Bought this little jewel and I am really surprised on how good it is as compared to other brands. Usually, solid state amps get a bad rap and for good reason: they sound terrible. In some cases, they fail, or companies didn?t do a decent job of designing them. I've had a Marshall MG fail at a gig, had a Fender fail on me, had Egnater fail, had Blackstar fail, and had an Albion fail too! All were tube amps, see a pattern yet! I certainly do, and it involves tubes and my hard earned cash! The only amps that have never failed me are my VOX AC30, and a Carvin. But the Acoustic DSP 2x12 is a great piece, and is loud enough for small venues, clubs, and even bigger gigs. I've used and it?s solid. I like an amp when I turn it on and it stays on! The EQ is shared on both channels and in many amps that can really suck big time. On this unit it works great: surprise! The mid scoop to my ears is way better than the Marshall MG series amps. And, the effects are useable if you need them. I use an RP1000 with patches setup for the 4 cable method that lets me use both the amp preamp and the RP1000 preamp, so you get the best of both worlds. I bought this amp because my high dollar tube amp crapped out on me and really pissed me off! For the money it is a good amp, and gig worthy, plenty loud too! I plan on getting the head and 4x12 cabinet soon! Oh, you do have the option to use a 2 button footswitch that does not ship the amp, it ain?t no big deal! But, I recommend you get a 2 button Live Wire footswitch if you buy this amp. Live wire is solid gear and wont poop out on you! And remember to print out your Guitar Center coupon to get some cash off the price. So for now, I will be using acoustic amps for my backline until something changes: maybe like a failure but we all know amps can and will fail, it?s just a question of when!

    4 of 4 people found this review helpful.
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  • Nice little amp!

    As reviewed by Michael Ste. Marie on 2/28/2013

    I took a flyer on this amp, and for the sale price of $250 at my local Guitar Center, I figured why not. Glad I did, as this little powerhouse is more than capable. It is a strong 120w amp, and will hold it's own with much larger, more expensive amps. I thought the 16 onboard effects would be cheesy, but to my surprise, were pretty effective. You can shape a lot of sounds out of it, and it suits most of my playing styles. Very clean highs and acceptable low ends as well. If there is any downside to this amp, it is that it does not come with a footswitch for channel switching. I ended up getting a Hosa FSC-385 2 button latching footswitch and cable for $30 and problem solved. This amp is light enough to transport around and it is plenty loud enough to gig with. Invest in a couple effects pedals and you are good to go. I bought a '59 Fender Bassman pedal and the sounds I can get out of this thing are amazing! All in all, I find this amp to be a real bang for the buck.

    2 of 2 people found this review helpful.
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