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Are there any Good dual electric- acoustic amp's?

Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs' started by ke3ee, May 20, 2011.

  1. ke3ee

    ke3ee Supporting Member

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    Does anyone make a good amp with dual inputs or EQ'd for both electric and acoustic pickups for us with electric guitars that have Piezo acoustic pickups ? Most of these guitars have 2 output's.
     
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    ripoffriffs Supporting Member

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    Rivera Sedona (or I think that's the name). Look it up on their website.
     
  3. 8len8

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    I'd be surprised if you found one. Guitar amp speakers typically are voiced for mid-range response while acoustic guitar amp speakers are full range (like a stereo). You'd need an amp where each channel goes to its own speaker.
     
  4. Aaron Mayo

    Aaron Mayo Member

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    the rivera is the only one i've seen. Why not use the PA?
     
  5. big mike

    big mike House Plexi Staff Member

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    Yup that was a damn fine amp
     
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    I've never tried it at high volumes, but at practice volumes I've found that my Crate V1215 sounds fantastic with my Takamine acoustic.
     
  7. Category 5

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    You can try the low input of a blackface fender. We built an amp for Warren Haynes that is hot on one input for les pauls, and low on the other (a 6 db drop) for his acoustics and archtops. Any blackface fender(lower wattage) will do as well.

    DonR
     

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