Fender Acoustasonic 15 15-Watt Acoustic Guitar Combo Amp
Submitted by Alexander Briones on May. 17, 2022..
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The Fender Acoustisonic 15 is an affordable entry-level acoustic amplifier, rated at 15 watts. It is as straightforward as its price, with basic controls and a compact profile that makes it an easy grab and go amplifier for acoustic-electric guitars.
It sports a 6" woofer that works nicely with its 15W amp section, having enough volume to fill small rooms be it for practice or for jamming with friends. To add a bit more character to your acoustic sound, Fender even equipped the amp with a built-in chorus effect
Unfortunately it doesn't come with reverb, you'll have to get a higher priced amp to get that effect built-in.
This is a good acoustic amp for beginners or those that want a small acoustic practice amp.
- Power Rating: 15 Watts
- Amplifier Type: Solid State
- Channels: 1
- Master Volume: Yes
- Inputs: 1/4"
- Outputs: 1/4" (Headphones)
- Controls: Master Volume, Volume, Bass, Middle, Treble, Chorus
- Speakers: 1 x 6"
- Weight: 10.5 lbs
- Dimensions: 21.65" x 16.34" x 10.04"
If you're looking for something more powerful then take a look at our guide to The Best Acoustic Amps.
I have a small Fender
Submitted by David Woulds (not verified) on
I have a small Fender acoustasonic 15 amp and want to know if the XLR input will take a condenser microphone without the need for a voltage gain. If it does require a gain mechanism, what do you recommend.
I do have a jack lead I can use to my acoustic guitar, but I prefer the real acoustic sound you get when it's relayed through a microphone.
Unfortunately it won't work
Submitted by Jason Horton on
Unfortunately it won't work with a standard condenser mic.
To make one work you either need one with its own power supply (most don't have this) or you'll need a Mic Preamp.