Thinking about buying myself an acoustic amp, I really need one…

For a long while now, I’ve been doing research on Acoustic Amplifiers. I really need an Acoustic Amplifier. I remember I bought my new Fender Acoustic/Electric from Parkway Music last year and I need an Acoustic Amp to go along with it. I could probably use my regular Fender electric amp to plug in my acoustic but the acoustic won’t sound “acousticy” if you know what I mean. If I plug in an acoustic/electric into an electric guitar amp, it’s gonna sound like a clean electric guitar and I don’t want that. I want a true “acousticy” sound and in order to get that sound, I need an acoustic amp and I will get one soon.

I found other acoustic amps that I got interested in as possible choices but I think I found the one that I definitely gonna wanna get. I think I fell in love with this amp here: The Boss ACS Pro:

I need an acoustic amp where I can sing and play guitar at the same time. If I get this amp, I will no longer need my piece of shit Peavey P.A. System which I want to get rid of soon. The best thing about this amp is that it has a built-in “Looper”… that way I can do my own back up harmonies and I can have my own rhythm playing in the background and I can solo lead over it which is what I want to do. This amp is both an acoustic guitar amp and p.a. system at the same time. That’s the kind of amp I need.

This could be good for when I start playing live acoustic shows again which is what this amp is made for pretty much. The amp costs $700 but I’ll save up for it quickly and will get it. This amp can also be very useful for home recording as well. Just set it up, turn it on, put a mic in front of it and away I record.

It definitely looks like a sweet amp. I got my eye on this one for sure.



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