This Marshall AS100D Acoustic Combo Amp is the one to have. Specially designed for use with a variety of acoustic instruments with or without pickups. Its four channels give you the flexibility to han... Read More
This Marshall AS100D Acoustic Combo Amp is the one to have. Specially designed for use with a variety of acoustic instruments with or without pickups. Its four channels give you the flexibility to handle piezo transducers or magnetic pickups, a mic for vocals or instruments, and external audio equipment via a phono input channel. Channels 1 and 2 have separate EQ and level controls but also may be linked. 2x50W stereo power gives you plenty of oomph for stage performance, and a balanced line out allows direct connection to a PA. The Marshall amp has a built-in digital reverb, delay, and chorus that add dimension to your sound, and a balanced parallel effects loop with level is included. Anti-feedback controls include a phase switch and notch filters for each channel with selectable extra notch depth for channels 1 and 2.
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I've waited awhile to make this purchase. Did lots of research. Played it at Guitar Center in Florida. Read all the reviews. So far I can't find a thing to fault. It has so many features that I'm still in learning mode. My Gibson Hummingbird Pro sounds so great through this amp. Even though I am just a hobbyist, the Marshall name says it all. You won't go wrong with this amp.
This amp sounds amazing! This was my forth amp purchase in the last year, and by far the best sounding one with great features. I never even thought about Marshall for an acoustic amp. If I had know it would of saved me a lot of time. I have a Martin D28 with a LLBrags pick up and with the right settings on the amp the true sound of the Martin is nicely reproduced. Fullbody sound with crisp highs. The effects are very clean sounding and easy to use. The seperate mike input also sounds great. You can actually use this at a small venue as an all in one PA. It also comes with a foot pedal...was not expecting that. I guess my only complaints would be the weight and it's really not that bad. One of the prior amps I had tried was the AS50D and for the extra few hundred dollars it is well worth it. I highly reccomend this amp.
bought this about two years ago. ive just recently unlocked this amp/pa's potential with a little tweaking. with the eq's for mic and guitar i can dial in my sound how i want it. can also get some cool sounds from the effects. it comes with a little stompbox to switch effects on and off which is a plus. i got everything i needed. has always worked properly. the only downside is that it weighs almost 50 pounds. but with all its great features that is to be expected. it gets loud if you need it to be and has anti-feedback so you can get rid of unwanted noise.
The AS100D is the best acoustic amp setup out there. I use it weekly to host acoustic jam nights at local venues. The clarity is unmatched by any others I have used, and the features are just what you need if you are solo or wish to use it as a host amp/pa. I have this one and the AS50D also. If you are serious about your sound, and need an amp of this category, then this is the one you should get. It's heavy and well built. The (2) 8" speakers really push and this amp gets loud. We have run all kinds of instruments and mics through it (including bass guitars). If you don't want the weight and don't need as many channels, then I recommend the AS50D as an alternative. I wouldn't part with either.
I did a lot of research and listened to as many acoustic amps as I could find. I ended up selecting the Marshall AS100D because it allowed the real sound of my Goodall acoustic electric guitar to ring out without changing its very bright tone. And, when you want digital effects there are lots of choices to play with. I like that the digital effects are subtle enhancements of the guitars natural tone. I was a bit concerned about the 100 watts being too loud, but it really isn't overwhelmingly loud. The amp itself is very attractive and looks to be of high quality. So far, I'm quite pleased with my decision to buy this amp.
An outstanding piece of state of the art equipment for the studio and live performances. It has the the quality needed for recording as well the power for live audiences. Small, medium and larges venues are not a problem for this unit. I have tried them all. I had the 50 watt version of this amp and traded up to this unit. Marshall would not put it's name on a shoddy piece of equipment in my experience.
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