The Behringer ACX450 amp is a 45W, 2-channel amplifier that features an original 8" speaker for true acoustic fidelity. It includes 2 independent FX processors and an ultra-musical, 5-band graphic EQ ... Read More
The Behringer ACX450 amp is a 45W, 2-channel amplifier that features an original 8" speaker for true acoustic fidelity. It includes 2 independent FX processors and an ultra-musical, 5-band graphic EQ for each channel plus the revolutionary FBQ Feedback Detection system to reduce feedback in an instant. The guitar amp also comes with a dual footswitch FS112.
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Reviewed by 21 customers
I have had a chance to do a couple of venues with this recently received amp. I often use a TC Helicon Harmony which only uses the XLR input. I wanted something around 20 lbs I could just grab and go with, instead of dragging 15in. PA speakers around all the time. The Behringers' sound is plenty powerful enough for even a moderate size room and in fact I used it last at an outdoors gig. It is very clean using a D-28 or electric and vocals, and I am very fussy re. good clean vocals. Bruce
This is a great little amp. I got this amp as a gift and loved it. I did end up returning it because I wanted to have a line out, but thats the only problem I had with it. It had a great sound, plenty of bass, but a nice rounded out sound and will also get pretty loud. I only had it on 2 to drown out my acoustic, and its a fairly loud acoustic.
Very nice looking and powerful on channel 1. Problem for me I need to run two instruments and channel 2 is a line, mike channel. The line 1/4 in plug lacks power. Maybe needs preamp. My solution is using a direct box to convert from high impedience to low through the mike input. Using channel 1 for lap steel guitar and #2 for guitar. Wish channel 2 had an instrument input. Otherwise very good amp.
I've been looking for an acoustic amp for my Taylors, and tried several brands. I had never heard of Behringer, but loved the sound, the build quality of the cabinet, and just couldn't believe the price! Something had to be wrong with all this, it didn't add up. I did a bit of research, especially the company story on behringer.com. WOW. These guys are serious, committed, and most of all, exude ethics and quality. They have their own factory (Behringer City) in China, the owner and founder moved to China for over a decade to set this up, and they don't believe in contract assembly or labor at all, they control every element of production, including growing their own trees to produce the pulp for their speaker cones. WOW. The company motto was "twice the features at half the price", and boy, do they deliver. So, I bought the ACX450, and have been literally blown away. Clear, no hiss, just gorgeous, deep sound. I get the Taylor tone, only amplified. I couldn't be happier. Every now and then a company comes around with a new design philosophy, new production techniques, and a sense of ethics and responsibility to their employees and customers. Behringer is such a company. (BTW, I have nothing to do with them, I'm simply a very-impressed engineer and amateur guitar player). Check this companies products out, you'll be in on one of the best secrets in the pro audio industry. Every review of this amp gives it 5 stars. 18 reviews. That's no accident. Thank you Mr. Behringer and your 3000 employees, you have my gratitude and admiration.
I agree with all comments, pretty loud for a 45 watt, sounds nice, no noise, etc, etc. Only thing that I didn't like and I just notice after two days that I bought this amp is that it doesn't have a line out to conect it directly to a mixer. Oh well I guess I will have to use a microphone coming out of the mixer when playing live with my band. Yes buy it, but have in mind of having an extra mic coming from your mixer if you play in big venues if you want to be heard.
I have a Larivee acoustic with a Fishman pickup. I don't gig. I just like to play. I had been looking for some kind of amp for a while and was thinking Fender, Line6, Roland. I saw this amp on sale for $179 on the GC website. Never heard of Behringer. There were 14 reviews. Not only were all reviews good; none had a negative word. So, I read and thought and decided to buy. I am adding another all positive review for this great amp. Solid, clean/strong sound, no hiss, nice fx - reverb, mod, delay, mod/delay - independent volume controls, instrument and mic inputs, footswitch. I lucked out with no-charge shipping and paid just under $200 with sales tax for delivery to my front door. A great buying experience for a great product.
As a beginner I was looking for an amp that would provide rich sound, but wouldn't cost an arm and a leg. I also didn't want an amp that would take up alot of room in my study where I practice. My cousin in California recommended the Behringer ACX 450. I purchased it from the Guitar Center and am completely satisfied with my purchase. The sound is rich, room filling without having to crank it up all the way, and the special effects will blow your mind. It is small enough to have under my desk so it is out of the way, but yet readily accessable. The sound is incredible!
I have to say that i am in shock right now. I just got this amp in a few days ago and it amazes me. Plugging it in and turning it on produces no buzzing, humming, or any background sound! The very first strum on the guitar sealed my love for this amp. It puts out a crisp, clear, and clean sound that rivals my cousins $700 acoustic amp. Plus with all the features, pedal, and mic hook up it comes with.....this amp is an outright steal! If you're going to be playing big gigs then sure, go bigger, but if you play small shows like me (family reunions, karaoke etc.) this amp is perfect for you.
this is a good amp so far. its extremely loud for 45 watts. i'm still trying to get the sliders adjusted to my liking. but its getting closer and it sounds good now, its just a matter of preference. the mic channel is nice. nice effects for the vocals. my only complaint is on the effects on/off footswitch. theres no click so you can never tell if you actually hit the button firmly enought to turn your effects on or off. other than that its a great amp and i highly recomend it.
I Have played 2 gigs with this little beauty and will be doing a 3rd this Saturday. It has plenty of power, nice clarity of tone, great effects and is easy to use. I would recomend using an amp stand, (especially in a small venue), to direct the sound up a little. It will help "fill" the room without "overpowering" it. I use mine in conjunction with a vocal harmonizer, (I'm a solo act), and everything works well together. Great value. Great sound.
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