Fishman Loudbox Performer

Discussion in 'Acoustic Instruments' started by JackBuck, Sep 25, 2008.

  1. JackBuck

    JackBuck Member

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    is it worth the mony?
     
  2. JackBuck

    JackBuck Member

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    can you sing threw it and play at same time
     
  3. go7

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    Yes, excellent choice. They are tri amped [3 pre amps]. Big loud clear tone.
     
  4. JackBuck

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    So I can get a good vocal sound,and a deferant eq'ed guitar sound
    at some time.?
    How about the soloamp the new one it has 6 -4in speakers 1 tweter
    220 wats biamped costed more.but 4inch speakers?allthoe there are 6 of them.
    aney help at all would be apreated
    Thank
     
  5. Mercury25

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    Fishman Performer is a solid acoustic amp--I've used one for about 2 1/2 years now.
    2 channels with separate EQ, on-board reverb and chorus AND LOUD!

    Did I say it was LOUD?
     
  6. mg550

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    I have a loudbox. It's an incredible amp. I played through pretty much every acoustic amp on the market before purchasing the Fishman. I'm not at all disappointed in my decision.
     
  7. FiveG

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    Has anyone compared the Performer and the Loudbox Mini? I know the volume and dimensions differ, but how about sound, features, useability in live settings, etc.?
     
  8. wilblee

    wilblee Hack sans shame Gold Supporting Member

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    The Performer is a solid amp that sounds great, significantly better than the Mini. The SA220 is a close match to the Performer and is the amp to go with if you're gonna be solo gigging. You can look up lots of threads on this forum and the Acoustic Guitar Forum (remove the blanks and add a dot com after it). You'll find a ton of posts dealing with both. Either way you'll get a great sounding amp, but the SA220 is better suited, IMO, to the solo performer. It oughtta be. It was designed from the ground up for that purpose.
     

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