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New Fender Acoustic Pro and Acoustic SFX


Fender’s new Acoustic SFX (left) and Acoustic Pro (right) amps.

Fender has recently introduced two new amps, the Acoustic Pro and Acoustic SFX. These two curvy beauties are carefully designed to enhance acoustic tone and projection.  Although they both have superior live sound, they each have their own niche.

Fender describes the Acoustic Pro as a true "audiophile amp".  It features two channels for Guitars and Microphones with 1/4″ XLR jacks and an auxiliary input. The Acoustic Pro also features hall reverb, 12″ neodymium woofer, high performance tweeter with crossover network, feedback-reducing phase switches, balanced line output and effects loop.  This amp provides top notch performance with an integrated handle and tilt back kickstand.

The Acoustic SFX offers state-of-the-art technology for a lush sonic experience unlike any other. With a lightweight design, portability and room-filling Stereo Field Expansion technology, the SFX is the ultimate solution for the acoustic player looking for a grab-and-go rig for small venues. The amp imparts dynamic life to the onboard hall reverb, echo, delay, chorus and Vibratone effects – moving them around the listening area for an amazingly multi-dimensional sound. If a player is also looking to add an accompaniment to their performance, the integrated handle doubles as a convenient cradle for mobile playback devices, via the Aux In jack. Other features include feedback-reducing phase switches, line output, two universal channels designed for use with guitars or microphones, and a footswitch jack for the optional two-button effect bypass footswitch.

Both models include switchable voltage (100 to 240) and a fitted cover perfect for travel.

So choose the model best suited for your venues, or just get both if you are so inclined.

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