With an overall height of just over 29 inches, the Acoustic 260 Mini Stack is a pony-sized bass amp that pumps out amazing volume and tone. Perfect for small stages or big bedrooms, the Acoustic 260 b... Read More
With an overall height of just over 29 inches, the Acoustic 260 Mini Stack is a pony-sized bass amp that pumps out amazing volume and tone. Perfect for small stages or big bedrooms, the Acoustic 260 bass stack provides the same legendary Acoustic tone as its bigger brethren in a compact, 100-watt, ultra-portable size.
The 260H head puts out an impressive 100 watts of classic Acoustic tone, and the 3-band EQ lets you dial in the perfect sound for any venue. The custom design, compact 1x10" 260C speaker cabinet features a front-facing port for extended bass response, built-in casters and a "towel bar" style handle for easy transport. The Acoustic 260's cosmetic appointments will ring true with fans of legendary Acoustic designs. Modern components and construction make this bass amp perfect for today's player.
Volume and EQ controls give you complete control over the character of your tone including very natural compression and harmonically rich, musical distortion that kick in at higher volume levels.
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Fantastic amp absolutely love it! it�ۡ���s so versatile. I can get a great slap tone and metal tone out of it and with the help of my sterling I can get any tone id like just about. If you�ۡ���re wanting to upgrade from a combo amp this is the way to go.
what a great little amp. I traded A ampeg ba112 for this and have never looked back. nice low end tones and well built. very loud and clear and very simple controls make it easy to use. may not handle playing gigs but for practice and bedroom use it's top notch.
I went amp shopping today at GC and after trying every bass amp under $300, I went with the Fender Rumble 75. This mini stack is very cool, unfortunately the tone completely falls apart past 60% volume. The bass sounds like it's farting at you, just awful. The Ampeg mini stack sounded a whole lot better but it costs twice as much.
I just bought this amp. It sounds alot bigger then it is!! The controls are simple to operate for this oldtimer.This amp really has some bottom. I've played my Fender"Victor B" acoustic/electric thru it and it sounds great.I have'nt run my 65' P bass thru it yet but I'm sure it will sound outstanding. It has separate Passive and Active inputs which is a nice feature. I tried most of the other amps in this class in-store and this one had the best sound hands down. It's a great buy.
I'm a guitarist who likes to carry less gear as possible.Instead of lugging a 4x12 enclosure,I run this rig to expand my bass end with my Raven RG60 combo.You see,I use a Boss ME-70 that I wanted to run in stereo.The left out runs to the Raven RG60,the right out runs to the Acoustic 260.Man,what a difference!! I mostly play small clubs,it's not a normal set up,but it does exactly what I need and my Boss ME-70 has a clean signal on both amps.Try it!!
I have been a bass player for 40 years so I've had my share of amps to play through. It out sounds many others in higher price range. Each note comes out distinct sounding, clear, and with excellent punch. Has enough power 100W RMS to cover many playing situations. Wide and very good tonal variety for three band eq. I like the wheels on the bottom. If you're looking for something in this range of power and price, it will do and be worth the purchase.
I just got this amp and was blown away by the power that this amp provides. It is so sweet. I Love it.
Definately amazed at the sound quality and power of such a compact mini stack. I have not passed the 4 notch (there are 14) on the volume control and I had the walls rattling. Sound was clear and defined from low to high end with very minimal distortion when exerted. Acoustic has once again proved that great quality can be delivered at a great price.
Just over a year ago, I bought the B200. I cut it against an Ampeg of similar size, and the Acoustic won hands down, for about half the money. About four months ago, I added a B410. I was already happy with the B200, but I wanted more definition in the high end, and I got it in spades, again for about half of what I would pay for the Ampeg 4x10. I stopped into the Guitar Center about a week ago to redeem a Christmas gift cert. and saw this B260. I had heard about it but was skeptical. How could you push 100 watts through a ten inch speaker and expect anything more that cabinet rattle? I don't know why I was suprised at the quality of this small rig, but I can say it was way more than I expected, once again, at about half of what Ampeg was getting for it's mini. I use my B200 and B410 for both practice and playing out, so I really don't need this B260, but I am buying it today and packing up the B200 and B410 for playing out only. I will never need a bigger amp than the B260 for rehearsals. Acoustic quality truly runs throughout the brand, from the smallest to the biggest. If you want something to disturb the neighbors, this B260 will have the constables knocking at the door, and if any of them know anything about music, they will be complimenting the sound quality of this amp.
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