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Ultrasound AG-30

Discussion in 'Acoustic Instruments' started by elegend, Jul 15, 2008.

  1. elegend

    elegend Member

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    anyone have any experience with the AG-30? can i go wrong for 200 bucks?
     
  2. Troubleman

    Troubleman Silver Supporting Member

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    I sorta donated my Cali Blonde & Blonde-on-Blonde to my church when I stopped doing acoustic gigs. I bought a small AG-30. Tell ya what - not bad at all - great sound. I've been using an old Alesis Nanoverb in the loop for a bit of reverb and chorus - great sound. When I started playing coffee houses again I added an E50 powered ext cabinet. Between the two I've enough volume for small venues....
    (you should be able to find a used one for less that $200)


    jb
     
  3. mrmuzikhead

    mrmuzikhead Member

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    Not sure if they have a mic input?
     
  4. Glenn D.

    Glenn D. Member

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    They do not.

    Glenn D.
     
  5. JakeELee

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    I still have mine and I think it's a pretty good little amp. Pretty sure you can do better than that $200 price though. I like using mine with my Taylor and Mama Bear. Well worth the money.
     
  6. opencee

    opencee Member

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    I have one. It's perfect for my use. Nicely built little unit. Unless you want effects or more than one input, you can't really go wrong for $200, although I don't know what your needs are. I couldn't find anything I liked better for less, or even quite a bit more.

    If you can find a used one, you might save a little, but I don't think the 5 year warranty is transferable.

    opencee
     

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