Fender Acoustasonic 15 15-Watt Acoustic Guitar Combo Amp


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Fender Acoustasonic 15 15-Watt Acoustic Guitar Combo Amp

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Our rating of 93/100 is based on analysis of 1100+ sources comprised of online reviews and discussions. Under the Pros and Cons headings below you'll find a condensed analysis of what those owners and users have been saying. Feel free to ask questions or add your thoughts in the comments section.

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


  • Single Channel 15W
  • Compact Profile 6" Speaker
  • Built-in Chorus


  • 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"


Value for money and portability are two of its strongest points, but there are also plenty of reviewers who are happy with its sound. While many of the positive reviews are from beginners, it impresses even experienced players who describe the sound as transparent and sweet. Some even go so far as calling it their best practice amp.


While there are no direct complaints about its sound or features, there are those who wish that it had more features like the ability to run on batteries, or the inclusion of a reverb effect, but that's a bit unrealistic at this low price.


If you're looking for a budget friendly practice acoustic guitar amp, the Fender Acoustasonic 15 is the best option in this price range. 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

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.
Regards davidwoulds646@

Unfortunately it won't work

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.