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Fender Acoustasonic 150 150W 2x8 Acoustic Guitar Combo Amp

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The new Fender Acoustasonic 150 acoustic guitar combo amp is perfect for the acoustic guitarist who needs a light, loud, versatile, and flexible amp loaded with tonal innovations and useful features.

The Acoustasonic 150 combo packs full acoustic resonance and crystal clarity into a lightweight (only 23 lb.) amp with a new ultra-efficient 150-watt (2x75) stereo power amp, dual 8" foam-surround low-frequency neodymium drivers, and high-frequency tweeter. Its new Voicing control lets any guitar simulate the tonality of parlor, dreadnought, and jumbo acoustics. Or, Voicing can be turned off for pure amp output response. For acoustic players who double on electric guitar, the Voicing control also has Blackface, tweed, and British amp settings, which makes a second amp just for electric guitar unnecessary.

Other features include instrument and microphone channels with independent EQ and effects controls; new feedback elimination control with on/off switch for each channel; patented String Dynamics control that tames harsh treble notes; effects including reverb, delay, chorus, Vibratone, and more; XLR line out with level control and ground lift; stereo effects loop; USB connector for digital recording output (and possible future firmware updates); strong five-ply hardwood construction; and optional two-button effects-select footswitch.

FEATURES

  • 150W
  • 2 - 8" foam-surround low-frequency neodymium drivers
  • Two channels
  • 1/4" instrument and mic inputs
  • Instrument channel controls: Volume, Treble, Mid, Bass, Voicing Select, String Dynamics, FX Select, FX Level
  • Mic channel controls: Volume, Treble, Mid, Bass, Voicing Select, FX Select, FX Level
  • Stereo effects loop
  • Phantom-powered second mic input
  • Balanced line out with ground lift
  • Fender Tilt-Back legs
  • Lightweight 5-ply hardwood construction
SPECIFICATIONS
  • 22-1/2"W x 16"H x 10-1/4"D
  • 23 lb.
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FenderAcoustasonic 150 150W 2x8 Acoustic Guitar Combo Amp
 
4.1

(based on 23 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

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71%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Easy to use (5)
  • Portable (4)

Cons

No Cons

Best Uses

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Yes! Finally one amp that works with electric and acoustic guitars.

I have been waiting for Fender to produce an amp that handles both electric and acoustic guitars. This is it. No, it is not a tube amp but after a little tweeking the...Read complete review

I have been waiting for Fender to produce an amp that handles both electric and acoustic guitars. This is it. No, it is not a tube amp but after a little tweeking the tone is darn good. Slightly better when I play my PRS CU 22 (humbuckers) but not bad at all for my Fender Strat (single coils). The acoustic side shines with my Taylor T-5 or Ovation plugged-in. It is the stronger side of the amp. I took this amp to band practice last week (leaving my Fender DRRI and SWR Strawberry Blonde at home) and even the most critical member of the band liked the way it sounded. Like a stake and lobster dinner there are always compormises and for certain this amp is not as good as my regular gear, but its light weight, loud and has great tone so it will be going to practice every week now, saving my back one less load in and out.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Howling box of maddness

I really wanted to like this amp. What's not to like for a happy hr. acoustic rock trio right. I imagined walking in to a club with an amp instead of having to...Read complete review

I really wanted to like this amp. What's not to like for a happy hr. acoustic rock trio right. I imagined walking in to a club with an amp instead of having to use my PA with just my handy acoustisonic. I ordered this used from GC but in new condition. I will state I may have got a lemon. So I plugged my Gibson songwriter deluxe with LR Baggs element in and at first it sounded acceptable at low volumes I loved the reverb deep and transparent the fx and compression but turn it up past 3 to stage volumes and the amp sounded thin and boxy. Very prone to feedback. Its supposed to be 150 watts but you cant turn it up past halfway. When turning around even with my sound hole plug in to adjust anything like you would have to do at the bar it howled thru any of the amp models I tried. Using the anti feedback button did help with feed back but gutted the tones you were working on...it took way to long to get something that might work. I unplugged. I then plugged directly into a cheap Ahlto ts10 powered monitor and got much better results right away...loud no feedback and with my pedal board plenty of tone. It doesn't make sense to have to fight for a decent tone and volume when this amps supposed to be designed for this use. I like the amp format but sticking with my QSC pa and personal monitor. Took it back & bought the monitor = happy acoustic rocker ;). JMHO.

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(6 of 7 customers found this review helpful)

 
2.0

Howling box of maddness

By DAN

from albuquerque

Site Member

Comments about Fender Acoustasonic 150 150W 2x8 Acoustic Guitar Combo Amp:

I really wanted to like this amp. What's not to like for a happy hr. acoustic rock trio right. I imagined walking in to a club with an amp instead of having to use my PA with just my handy acoustisonic. I ordered this used from GC but in new condition. I will state I may have got a lemon. So I plugged my Gibson songwriter deluxe with LR Baggs element in and at first it sounded acceptable at low volumes I loved the reverb deep and transparent the fx and compression but turn it up past 3 to stage volumes and the amp sounded thin and boxy. Very prone to feedback. Its supposed to be 150 watts but you cant turn it up past halfway. When turning around even with my sound hole plug in to adjust anything like you would have to do at the bar it howled thru any of the amp models I tried. Using the anti feedback button did help with feed back but gutted the tones you were working on...it took way to long to get something that might work. I unplugged. I then plugged directly into a cheap Ahlto ts10 powered monitor and got much better results right away...loud no feedback and with my pedal board plenty of tone. It doesn't make sense to have to fight for a decent tone and volume when this amps supposed to be designed for this use. I like the amp format but sticking with my QSC pa and personal monitor. Took it back & bought the monitor = happy acoustic rocker ;). JMHO.

(6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Yes! Finally one amp that works with electric and acoustic guitars.

By JACK BLOODWORTH

from San Clemente, CA

Comments about Fender Acoustasonic 150 150W 2x8 Acoustic Guitar Combo Amp:

I have been waiting for Fender to produce an amp that handles both electric and acoustic guitars. This is it. No, it is not a tube amp but after a little tweeking the tone is darn good. Slightly better when I play my PRS CU 22 (humbuckers) but not bad at all for my Fender Strat (single coils). The acoustic side shines with my Taylor T-5 or Ovation plugged-in. It is the stronger side of the amp. I took this amp to band practice last week (leaving my Fender DRRI and SWR Strawberry Blonde at home) and even the most critical member of the band liked the way it sounded. Like a stake and lobster dinner there are always compormises and for certain this amp is not as good as my regular gear, but its light weight, loud and has great tone so it will be going to practice every week now, saving my back one less load in and out.

(6 of 7 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Not a good purchase for singer/songwriter/performers

By DENNIS ROGERS

from Saint Louis, Missouri

Comments about Fender Acoustasonic 150 150W 2x8 Acoustic Guitar Combo Amp:

I had this amp for less than a week before returning it. The mic channel for this amp has serious feedback issues. I tried several brands and types of microphones.(Shure SM58, Carvin M68). The guitar channel has an annoying high pitched harmonic distortion at any volume level. It may well be better suited for a solid body electric guitar. The light weight of the amplifier is a definite plus. But for acoustic solo perfomers, there are much better systems on the market than this amp. I have thirty plus years experience performing and recording. This amp did not meet my expectations for the Fender brand.

(4 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Almost there

By Ernie

from fair oaks, calif.

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Comments about Fender Acoustasonic 150 150W 2x8 Acoustic Guitar Combo Amp:

I had bought the Fender Acoustasonic 90 and found that it just wasn't quite enough amp, with just one speaker. Guitar Center was kind enough to let me bring it back with an in-store credit and move up to the Acoustasonic 150. Great tone and much fuller sound. I still think it feeds back a litter more than I expected in a small room. The only draw back that it is different than the Acoustasonic 90 is. The 90 has a MP3 input for a backing track, the 150 does not. Which to me, would make the amp next to perfect. Maybe next time, but I still love the amp. I just wish it had the MP3 input

(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great light weight do everything amp

By James Escaja

from Boardman, Ohio

Comments about Fender Acoustasonic 150 150W 2x8 Acoustic Guitar Combo Amp:

Bought this amp a few months ago. It is a great light weight do everything amp that is really perfect for that weekly practice get together. If you do play acoustic and electric, you'll only need to bring this amp to practice. Sure, it does not scream and howl like my $2K EC Tremolux when plugged into a Strat at a live gig. Nevertheless, it sure is nice to also bring this puppy to a live gig, plug an XLR cable into the rear jack, run a line over to the P/A system, plug the acoustic in and jam away... Overall, even though this amp does make an attempt to double as an electric guitar amp, I would not recommend it for gigging. It is a great acoustic amp that you can bring to your next gig along with your electric guitar amp.

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Intersting amp

By Frank

from undisclosed

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Pros

  • Easy To Use
  • Portable
  • Tweakers delight.

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Amateur Recording
    • Events
    • Home Studio

    Comments about Fender Acoustasonic 150 150W 2x8 Acoustic Guitar Combo Amp:

    Please be aware you will have to tweak into the sounds you like best. It has a wide range of sounds so you need to bring out the best ones to suit your taste. And you need to understand that being a non-tube amp it will sound a bit flat. The Fender amp I use for my electric has a way fatter tone. But it does not mean that this amp is bad. It's just different. I had spare equipment so I traded for this amp. I had just bought a nylon classical guitar and wanted an acoustic amp. I continue to find new sounds and enjoy this amp very much.

    (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Versatility and Tone

    By Jesus Rodriguez

    from Miami, FL

    Comments about Fender Acoustasonic 150 150W 2x8 Acoustic Guitar Combo Amp:

    Fender outdid itself with this Acoustasonic. I looked at the acoustic offerings from Marshall, Peavey, VOX, Fishman and ZT, and finally settled on the Acoustasonic because it can simply do just a little bit more. I have two acoustics: a Martin OM with the regular Fishman pickup and an Epiphone with the Shadow pickups and the absolute works. Both function remarkably well with this amp. While the Martin sounds "tinny" with other amps when you use light strings (and there's very little in the way of adjustment with most other amps), on this amp you can still use the strings you like and add a little coloration: you turn it to dreadnought mode and it makes it sound bassier, just as it would if you were playing it unplugged, only LOUD. When you play around with the "string dynamics" the amp makes a guitar that doesn't regularly sound great when it's plugged in sound fantastic. It truly shines with the Epiphone Masterbilt acoustic guitar, but then again the Epiphone can just be placed on "pure amp" mode and it'll still sound pretty magnificent. With the Masterbilt you've got the added bonus that you can use it in "stereo" mode, take up both channels, and use all 150 watts. Absolutely no coloration is needed for bigger guitars. Then there's the electric guitars. If you set this little amp on "tweed," you get a nice clear tweed Fender sound until you turn it past 12 o'clock (at which point it's already extremely loud, and it becomes uncomfortable). The blackface mode is absolutely clean and clear through and through -- with the LPs and the Strats. This is a truly well-made amp that covers the same ground as the others with a few more features. If you are going to gig it, you need to be aware that it's a little finnicky, depending on the guitar you're playing, so you should have it pre-set to go with whatever gear you're gigging.

    (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Exactly What I Expected (and wanted)

    By Paul Jamain

    from Philadelphia

    Comments about Fender Acoustasonic 150 150W 2x8 Acoustic Guitar Combo Amp:

    I bought the acoustasonic after doing some research into acoustic amps, and I kept finding good reviews for the acoustasonic. However, there were some negative reviews that I found that gave me some pause. However, when I got it home and started to play with it, I absolutely loved it. The acoustic guitar sounds great. The different settings provide a nice choice of sounds and options - some better than others - but overall, a nice variety of possible sounds. I read some reviews that complained that the high end is too strong and it screams (distorts) at high volume. I have not found that to be the case. The high end can be adjusted with the EQ and voicing controls. The effects are great. The reverb and delay are beautiful and balanced. As for vocals, they are clear and crisp. The problem with a lot of these types of amps is that having two things coming out of one amp can result in muddled sound. That does not happen with this amp. The vocals are clear, and the effects add a nice color to vocals if you choose to use them. Overall, I am so happy I decided to purchase this amp. Plus, it is crazy light for the size and power. This is well worth the money and then some

    (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    a guitarists dream

    By ruben rivera

    from East Chicago In

    Comments about Fender Acoustasonic 150 150W 2x8 Acoustic Guitar Combo Amp:

    I was waiting 4 and amp 4 both acoustic and electric guitar players. This is the amp that does just that. I play Latin jazz and also have problems with my feet due 2 diabetes. The thing their is that I can't carry heavy amps. I have a fender 212 DPS and a mustang 3 a whole tone 80 Ibanez and others but a bit on the heavy side. I wanted one amp that is light weight and 4 both so's not 2 carry 2 or more amps 4 the gigs. this amp is perfect 4 those situations. I like the features of the voicing, parlor,dred, jumbo 4 the acoustic side and tweed,british, blackface 4 the electric. I use the black face 4 the Jazz sound that Wes Montgomery had when he used a black face amp himself. I like the mike channel to sing at the house parties and coffee house type venues. I like the built in amp stand and 2 x 8 speakers to enhance the sound you dial in. This amp of 150 watts is loud enough 4 any stage and if not the D.I out will boost it to a P.a system no problem with a separate mic cable the stereo effects loop is good 4 any pedals/processors to sort of making them on board the amp although they aren't. if heaviness is your problem and don't want to carry more than one amp heavy or light this all-in-one will do the trick. And the sound is amazing/killer 4 my taste. If you don't have and amp of this type 4 both electric and acoustic guitars I suggest you try this and buy it if you like it after you've tried it. fender and guitar center came through 4 me thank folks.

    (2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    finally the amp I was looking 4

    By ruben rivera

    from east chicago Ind

    Comments about Fender Acoustasonic 150 150W 2x8 Acoustic Guitar Combo Amp:

    I read the review and the positive one are what I go 4. This amp is the taste of both genders acoustic as well as electric. Wish they made one 4 all three acoustic, electric,and bass. An all in one amp as well as p.a. This works 4 two guitars a guitar and mic an electric arch top jazz guitar is what my use will be as well as my ntx 700 nylon plus my epiphone dot and my soon to be modified s1o1 copy of an L5/super 400. I own a wholetone 80 by Ibanez which is a little more in weight than this I have a foot ucler from diabetes and the lighter the better and 4 the purpose of not carrying an extra amp. I have a crate acoustic amp and it needs repair and it will be fixed as a back up but this the amp I will get to use instead of my heavy amps. to gig and to go amp. This is the one to get if you do not want to carry two amps one 4 electric and another 4 acoustic.

    (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    the amp I have been waiting 4

    By ruben rivera

    from East Chicago Indiana

    Comments about Fender Acoustasonic 150 150W 2x8 Acoustic Guitar Combo Amp:

    I heard good reviews and wow I went 2 my g-c in plan 2 get one .I played the display model and I got hooked i saw the acoustic brand and fishmans the marshals the rolands they looked and sounded nice and I said it is only 4 on world the acoustic guitar I thought hey I also play electric guitar 2. * wanted a lightweight amp to fit the bill. and this amp impressed me. this amp has the taste of both worlds it is suitable 4 both electric and acoustic guitars as well as a p.a. you needing go further this amp is all in 1 you don,t need to take two amps when this has it 4 both kinds of guitars it also works for other guitar like instrument like the greek bosouki a treble guitar( called a requinto in spanish) also a violin, mandolin banjo 12 string nylon classical ukelele lute archtop jazz guitar and the like 150 watts is loud 4 stage but if not use the line out on your p.a. mixer 2 to bring out the flavor of your sound or have the sound guy mix u in and the effects and controls r like seasoning on your steak but really your guitar so go to guitar center and check it out don't listen to me check it out yourself and see if I saw right.

    (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    weeks after purchase It does the job

    By ruben rivera

    from East Chicago In.

    Comments about Fender Acoustasonic 150 150W 2x8 Acoustic Guitar Combo Amp:

    I brought this amp in end of Jan./Feb and this thing makes my electric and electric acoustic wow this does not sing a sour note if you carefully no what you r doing and no how to set up an amp. You can use it in any venue or situation. Coffee houses, bars, church and wedding halls military vet halls vfw and like. The optional (69.99)footswitch is just to shut off the effects only I wish they made a cover 4 it so the weather snow-n-rain wont hurt it or prevent a dent and or scratch or pealing of the material of the amp. they meant what they said about a lightweight amp 22.5 lbs. so light my girlfriend can carry it. You can go either way and amp stand or on board tilt legs for optimal sound. This is so the people wont sponge your sound in a tight or small club/bar coffee house I recommend this 4 anything even singer song writers 2. This amp is the best in fender class to me 4 being an acoustic and electric guitar amp. Try it before u buy it. Trust a guy who has played and learned in/since 3rd grade and now 43 1/2 yrs. old. If you buy it enjoy yrs. of fun and happy gigging and playing guitar. Fender and guitar center finally did something right Fender 4 a nice amp and guitar center 4 selling it 2 me.

    (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    4.0

    I would recomend this amp

    By Travelling Troubadore

    from OKC,OK

    About Me Experienced

    Pros

    • Easy To Use
    • Excellent Sound
    • Portable

    Cons

      Best Uses

        Comments about Fender Acoustasonic 150 150W 2x8 Acoustic Guitar Combo Amp:

        I bought this amp to use for one horse gigs. I also wanted something that was equally good for acoustic and electric guitars, and vocals. Well this certainly meet the bill, the voicings for both guitars are good, and the effects are fine for what I do. The vocal part of the amp is also good , as long as you don't need a bunch of power. If I need more I have two other PA systems. The amazing thing is it is relatively light, so easy to carry and good for one horse gigs just the amp 2 guitars and mic and stand and ready to go. I would recommend this amp for the reasons mentioned above. I have been playing for over 30 years and have lots of equipment, but it is nice to take one amp for guitars and vocals. I also suggest to try it out yourself because you know what you need and what you are looking for. All that said it is a good amp and could be just you are looking for.

        (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        I would buy this product again

        By RockyA

        from Quad Cities, IL

        About Me Experienced

        Pros

        • Easy To Use
        • Excellent Sound
        • Good Warmth
        • Portable
        • Powerful
        • Very Versatile

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Amateur Recording
          • Church Band Performance
          • Events
          • Performances

          Comments about Fender Acoustasonic 150 150W 2x8 Acoustic Guitar Combo Amp:

          Great for playing acoustic electric, electric guitar, and vocals. The line out is a plus instead of mike the amp.

           
          4.0

          Sounds good to me

          By Francisco

          from undisclosed

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          Verified Buyer

          Comments about Fender Acoustasonic 150 150W 2x8 Acoustic Guitar Combo Amp:

          It took me a long time to replace an old Rogue small amp I used to have. Fender sounds good. I'm not a sophisticated guitar player. Too many special effect choices make it complicated for me. During our monthly jam session I lent this amp to our lead guitar because I wanted to here it in the hands of an expert guitar player and it took him two songs to go back to his Mesa Boogie. Personal taste in sound I suppose.

           
          3.0

          Good sound in small (I mean small) venues

          By Farmhand

          from Dallas

          About Me Experienced

          Pros

          • Affordable
          • Easy To Use
          • Portable
          • Sound options

          Cons

          • Combined lineout
          • Weak

          Best Uses

          • Small venue performances

          Comments about Fender Acoustasonic 150 150W 2x8 Acoustic Guitar Combo Amp:

          Bought for use with an acoustic/vocal duo. It's stereo so it sounds pretty good with the built-in effects on both guitar and vocal channels in the home or small venues. There's a separate stereo effects loop, but it's not assignable to just vocal or guitar. Oddly my old APX-7 (thin body, 20 yr-old electronics) sounds bigger through this amp than my Taylor, so it seems to respond best to piezo pickups. I got the 150 for the power, but can't turn past 1 o'clock or it's feedback city on either channel, so the power isn't realized. Tried different positions, mics, obviously it's better further out front but then I can't hear. Feedback controls are only partially effective. It sounds and projects much better up on a real amp stand off the floor (not the kick-back legs), so include that in your budget. Haven't tried the line out yet, but it's a single combined output for both channels, so most tweaks have to be at the amp. My next step is using the lineout, which takes small venue sound support to another level. I'm sure I'll get the power I need, but we'll see if that changes sound much...

          If your needs are home concerts or small venue only, this is a nice-sounding amp. More than about 25 or 30 people, step up to something beefier.

           
          1.0

          don't buy this amp

          By plunker

          from Kennewick, WA

          About Me Experienced

          Pros

            Cons

            • mqlfunctioen after 2 years of light use
            • Weak

            Best Uses

              Comments about Fender Acoustasonic 150 150W 2x8 Acoustic Guitar Combo Amp:

              Don't buy this amp. It is not powerful, feeds back horribly and started randomly changing volume after 2 years of light use.

               
              4.0

              Good product but makes a lot of noise & doesn't sound 150W

              By Mel J.

              from Yucaipa, CA

              About Me Experienced

              Verified Buyer

              Pros

              • Easy To Use

              Cons

              • Poor Sound Quality

              Best Uses

                Comments about Fender Acoustasonic 150 150W 2x8 Acoustic Guitar Combo Amp:

                I use this product for our praise team in church. The amp makes a hissing noise which is also amplified if I connect the amp to the PA system. It is also making a lot of feedback which is not managed by the anti feedback control. The amp is not heavy though, so it's easy to carry without breaking my back. I'm just wondering about the durability and quality of the product since it is made in Indonesia.

                 
                4.0

                Great tool for small solo gigs.

                By Rodney

                from undisclosed

                Verified Buyer

                Comments about Fender Acoustasonic 150 150W 2x8 Acoustic Guitar Combo Amp:

                This amp is exactly what I thought it would be. It is light weight, and very convenient for small solo performances. It is a relief not having to bring an entire small P.A. system just to mic vocals and plug in my guitar. My solo gear now consists of a guitar, mic, mic stand, and this amp. That's it! I was skeptical about the 8 inch speakers having enough low end, but they do the job just fine. I have a jumbo acoustic, and a thin profile classical guitar, and both have a very rich tone, with plenty of bass. The volume is much lower than you would expect from a 150W amp. According to fender, that is required to help control feedback issues that occur with electric acoustics. This amp is strictly for coffee shops, and small bars. As long as you use the "Pure Amp" setting, the volume is as I described. If you choose one of the modeling settings, the volume is reduced further. I don't recommend the modeling if you need maximum volume. But on the bright side, you can use the modeling to make a thin guitar like the Stratacoustic sound like a jumbo if you needed to. The DFX are great. Everything you could want is there. The knob allows you to blend certain effects. You don't just get reverb, chorus, or delay. You could have reverb, with a touch of chorus. Reverb with a lot of chorus. Chorus with Delay. Reverb with vibrato, etc. The microphone side very good. The addition of the tweeter really helps with the vocal. The only thing I'm missing is a middle E.Q. for the vocals. There is only bass and treble on the vocal side, and the amp has a little too much mids on the vocals for my taste. Can sound a little sqwaky. Chorus on the vocals warms it up a little. I thought the price was reasonable, considering the amount of gear that this amp actually replaces, but for the price they could have thrown in the footswitch. I chose not to purchase it. The switch only turns the effects on or off. Does not allow you to switch between effects or amp models.

                 
                5.0

                Great lightweight amp, perfect for stage and studio.

                By Robert

                from undisclosed

                Verified Buyer

                Comments about Fender Acoustasonic 150 150W 2x8 Acoustic Guitar Combo Amp:

                This is for my home studio. I have a Fender acoustasonic 90 (two actually) and they are great amps, but wanted something a bit bigger. This one filled the fill, makes the acoustic guitars sound very rich.

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