The Rivera Sedona Lite Doyle Dykes Signature 55 Acoustic Combo offers 55W of dynamic tube power that drive a full-range 12" rare-earth woofer and a special high-power, liquid-cooled dome tweeter. The ... Read More
The Rivera Sedona Lite Doyle Dykes Signature 55 Acoustic Combo offers 55W of dynamic tube power that drive a full-range 12" rare-earth woofer and a special high-power, liquid-cooled dome tweeter. The result is warm tube tone that enhances every note you play. Each of the 2 channels has a 3-band EQ, along with several tone-enhancing features like anti-feedback controls, a Notch switch that changes midrange characteristics, and a Bright switch that accentuates harmonics. Channel 1 on the Sedona 55 has an ultralow-noise input that accepts signals from balanced or unbalanced instruments or a microphone.
Channel 2 features a harmonically active, unbalanced input to amplify either a passive or active instrument, including electric guitars. Instruments with multiple outputs can use both channels simultaneously to balance the level and tone between the 2 sources. Or plug your mic into Channel 1 and your guitar into Channel 2 and you've got a mini-PA. The Doyle Dykes amp also has an analog Accutronics mechanical reverb, presence control, direct out, external speaker jack, footswitch, and effects loop. This combo is built to rugged military standards.
Its relatively compact size and light weight make the Rivera Sedona Doyle Dykes 55 Combo a very roadworthy choice for the performer who works smaller venues and demands the finest tone and maximum flexibility.
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Comments about Rivera Sedona Lite Doyle Dykes Signature 55 Acoustic Guitar Combo:
I have been looking for an acoustic amp that captures the real timber of the acoustic sound. I looked at a lot of amps but I kept comming back to the Sedona Lite baised on reviews. I was hesitant to pay out that kind of money but eventually I pulled the trigger and ordered one without actually hearing it. I thought they have a 30 day guarentee if I don't like it I'll take it back. After playing it I can tell you it's amazing. I have a Taylor T-5 that I had played through other acouitic amps but it just didn't really sound right. I was even somewhat doubting the T-5 acouitic sound, but no more. Played through the Rivera Sedona Lite it is dead on perfect. The Taylor T-5 and the Sedona amp are both pricy but their worth ever penny for my money.
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