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Offering a sonic experience like no other, Acoustic Pro amplifiers are true audiophile amps, delivering superior live sound with studio-quality effects. Along with a flexible pro feature set, Acoustic Pro offers high-grade components and technology, pure Fender tradition and expert sonic imaging - allowing every note to be naturally and painstakingly replicated, letting your acoustic personality shine.

The 200-watt Acoustic Pro has two universal channels designed for use with guitars or microphones, each with its own 1/4"-XLR combo jack and luscious hall reverb. Use the onboard tone controls - including sweepable midrange - to fine tune your instrument's tone for any room. Other performance-friendly features include integrated tiltback kickstand and handle, full-sounding 12 neodymium woofer, high performance tweeter with crossover network, feedback-reducing phase switches, balanced line output, effects loop and Aux In jack - perfect for connecting an external audio player to accompany your performances in any large venue. Voltage is switchable for universal 100 to 240 volt worldwide operation.

The perfect specimen in tonal flexibility and sophistication, the Acoustic Pro amplifier is the ultimate solution for today's acoustic player and boutique amplifier enthusiast; the lightweight design and portability suit the demands of any player looking for a grab-and-go rig. The cabinet has been dutifully constructed not only for stunning good looks, but also for enhanced resonance and projection. As sleek as it is practical, each amps smooth wooden shell and bent plywood construction are the perfect combination of high-grade materials and sleek modern curvature, designed to enhance the outward projection of your guitar tone.


Amplifier Type: Digital
Speaker: One - 12" Fender Special Design
Inputs: Two - XLR / 1/4" combined
Channels: Two
Controls: Volume, Low, Mid-Frequency, Mid-Level, High, Reverb, Phase
Switch (Same on Each Channel)
Knobs: Black Plastic
Height: 17.5" (44.5 cm)
Width: 21" (53.3 cm)
Depth: 10.5" (26.7 cm)
Weight: 27 lbs. (12.2 kg)
Cabinet Material: Lightweight Plywood
Other Features: Included Cover, Optional Two-Button Footswitch (P/N: 7706500000 - sold separately), Tilt-Back Kickstand
Horn Tweeter: One - Compression Driver High-Frequency Horn
Cover/Grille Cloth: Natural Wood Finish with Brown Grille Cloth
Effects: Reverb
Effects Loop: 1/4" - (Send/Return)
Line Out: One - (Balanced XLR with Ground Lift and Level Control)

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Although I haven't played hundreds of different acoustic amplifiers, I have played (and owned) more than a few different models. I have to say though, that this Fender Acoustic Pro is, by far, the best I have ever had in terms of reproducing the natural sound of my acoustic guitars. I absolutely love it. And, it is a very simple format. No bells and whistles per say, just easy to use and great tone. I know that "great tone" is very subjective but, if you are in the market, you owe it to yourself to give this one a try. All of my acoustic guitar models sound very warm and natural through the Acoustic Pro amp. Yes, it is relatively expensive. This is my only beef. I suppose the dollar exchange rate these days has a lot to do with that. But if you can see your way clear to paying up...you won't be disappointed.
Posted by Steve S. on Feb 13, 2016
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