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Rockman Guitar Ace Headphone Amp
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      Rockman Guitar Ace Headphone Amp (180253)
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Full-stack sounds from a tiny box you can carry in your pocket.

The Rockman Guitar Ace headphone amp lets you hear your instrument's dynamic range and clarity to inspire you to "pick up your guitar and play". This high-quality, low-priced headphone amps offers built-in compression, volume control, and auxiliary stereo input/output. You can even route the output to a mixer for recording! The Guitar Ace offers pristine clean, semi, and heavy distortion.

Rockman Guitar Ace Headphone Amp Features:

  • Built-in compression
    Volume control and auxiliary stereo input/output
    Route the output to a mixer for recording
    Pristine clean, semi, and heavy distortion




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  • The Rockman Guitar Ace still has a great sound

    As reviewed by Robert Carleton on 1/21/2013

    I bought a Dunlop Rockman Guitar Ace to complement my old SR&D Guitar Ace. The only significant physical changes are the Dunlop sticker on the back and the choice of input jack hardware on the control panel. The Dunlop Rockman lacks the SR&D logo on the front of the body. To me, the SR&D and Dunlop products sound alike, in clean and distorted modes. It appears that Dunlop has succeeded in continuing the tradition that Tom Scholz started. The settings are limited, but I think the Guitar Ace still has a great sound when used with decent headphones. It would be nice to see Dunlop re-release some of the more sophisticated Rockman products, such as the X100 or the Soloist.

    3 of 3 people found this review helpful.
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  • Good considering the price...

    As reviewed by fingerpicker on 2/12/2007

    For the money, this is a good headphone amplifier unit. The headphones that come with the unit are lousy. Replace them with good headphones and you will be set for rockin' out. The distortion effect is great on heavy setting but is almost not noticable on semi setting. I do not get the "Boston" sound from the unit like the old Scholz model from the early 80s but considering the cost, it is a great little practice amp. The construction of the amp box is solid and lightweight. Some people complain about the hiss but once I replced the headphone with a middle grade set that I already owned, the hiss is mostly gone. Keep in mind the price of the unit and you will be satisfied with it...

    25 of 29 people found this review helpful.
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  • Leave You Wishing for More

    As reviewed by Joey G on 6/29/2007

    Great idea, but wish there were something between "clean" and "semi-distort". Also, not enough of a difference between "semi" and "distort". One is "dirty" and the other is "filthy". I wish there were a nice warm "fat" in there somewhere. Think of a stream of warm milk. You can't dial up that tone here. However, nothing to prevent you from using your other effects between the guitar and the Rockman. Very convenient and still a good buy. If they tweek it, it will cost 100 beans.

    18 of 23 people found this review helpful.
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