The Lunchbox Acoustic is ZT's first two-channel acoustic guitar amp, a compact masterpiece with perfect features, flexibility, and tone for the performing acoustic musician. A top-quality, dedicated m... Read More
The Lunchbox Acoustic is ZT's first two-channel acoustic guitar amp, a compact masterpiece with perfect features, flexibility, and tone for the performing acoustic musician. A top-quality, dedicated microphone channel and separate instrument channel each sport the individual controls you need and the rich tonal palette you want. Complemented by 200W of clean amplifier power, anti-feedback circuitry, a pro-grade reverb, and highly flexible signal I/O, the Lunchbox Acoustic is an affordable, one-box performance solution for the home, the club, the cafe, or the recording studio.
The original ZT Lunchbox took the music world by storm, and proved that their unique amp technology can pack an amazing amount of sound into a tiny, reliable, and attractive package. Now, with the Lunchbox Acoustic, this level of performance is available for working singer-songwriters, vocalists and demanding acoustic players of all styles. The Lunchbox Acoustic is easy to carry and easy to use, but provides plenty of clear, natural, room-filling sound when you need it. Designed with logical simplicity but able to adapt to each unique environment, instrument, and individual voice, the Lunchbox Acoustic offers the features you need to get the very best out of real-world performing situations.
The Lunchbox Acoustic holds a down-to-earth visual appeal, yet remains unmistakably ZT. That little red circle on the front lets you know you're looking at a uniquely powerful compact amp. Like the original Lunchbox, unmatched in its combination of performance and portability, it is sure to become the best friend of working musicians everywhere.
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I bought one of these little devils to use as a "backup" to my 1965 Fender Blackface Deluxe Reverb, loaded with a JBL D120f... I used this little monster to play a gig with a 5 piece country band, a couple of weeks ago. I played the 1st set with just the internal speaker, I was AMAZED that this amp kept up with EVERYTHING I threw at it... Then, for the remainder of the show, I plugged in my JBL D120f extension cabinet and turned the internal speaker off... again it handled ANYTHING I threw at it BUT with the JBL it sounded very Full and LOUD, all the while staying CLEAN... I cannot wait for my ZT Lunchbox Cab... I fully intend to retire my 65 Blackface Deluxe Reverb and use this pair as my main gigging amp!!! I am a MEMPHIS musician and play every weekend...
I need an amp mostly for getting together with friends and playing at parties. I wanted something small that is easy to lug and wouldn't take up too much space in the trunk when traveling. They didn't have this amp in my local GC store so I ordered online, using one of the 15% off coupons, which makes it price comparable to the Fishman Loudbox Mini, which a friend has and I have used. I also have a Line 6 Spider Jam. I have a Taylor 614CE and 714CE Ltd. Playing them through the ZT, it is clear that this amp is voiced for accurate reproduction of the guitars' tone without the need for a pre-amp. It's clearly a step above both the Fishman and the Line 6 in this regard. It is limited in its effects, just having reverb, but for accurate reproduction of the acoustic sound that's really all you need. It is simple to use. It stands up well against other larger amps in its class yet is so portable and light that I just don't think twice about taking it along. Just throw it in its bag and go. It is a great little unit that performs larger than its physical size.
I bought this because it promised great sound in something small and light. The two Guitar Centers close to my residence didn't have any in stock. So, based on the only glowing review on this site I ordered one. It takes just a couple of minutes to realize that this is not great sound. It's clean enough but no base end. It is light and small and sounds like it is light and small. I play a Tak EF261S AN which has a great Tak pream, but it can't make up for lack of sound. I ordinarily play it through a Crate CA30DG Taos Acoustic. That is a great amp, you can buy at Guitar Center for $250. It also weighs thirty pounds, three times what the ZT Lunchbox weighs. So, if being small, light and loud is good enough for your purposes, this might be OK for you. I want a full rich sound that fills the space. So, I'll just keep lugging my Crate. The ZT Lunchbox goes back to Guitar Center tomorrow.
I bought one of these a couple months ago.. It is pretty amazing how deep this little guy sounds for it's size... very nice tone.. I compared it in the store to two other larger acoustic amps in this class, and hands down this one sounded the best.. the clarity was something else.. like you hear all the subtleties of the strings. And it sounds good all around, not just in front of the speaker. When I plugged in my Taylor GS Mini to it, (that has no pre amp or controls on it of any kind) it sounded so good that everyone in the store, literally stopped and turned around to listen.. it sounds that good. So it has become my "throw it in the car and go" amp. Also my table top amp for goofing around.
Ok people, I have owned many amps over the years from a Marshall 50 watt acoustic to the very high end Bose acoustic PA. What I have to say, many will be in shock over. This little Zt Amp has a cleaner sound then my 3500.00 Bose System. If you are looking for a perfect clean sound, this ZT Acoustic is for you!!!! No back ground hiss at all. Good Luck, Chris
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