Roland AC-60 - 60-watt 2x6.5" Stereo Acoustic Amp - Black

Stereo Acoustic Guitar Amplifier with Reverb, Chorus, and Auto Anti-Feedback
Roland AC-60 - 60-watt 2x6.5
Roland AC-60 - 60-watt 2x6.5
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Rich, Natural Acoustic Tone!

Although there are many acoustic amps on the market today, few of them can compete with the rich, natural tone of the compact AC-60 Acoustic Chorus amplifier. This innovative stereo amp uses sophisticated digital signal processing to deliver a crisp sound with lush stereo/multiband chorus-including a new "wide" mode-plus delay/reverb and impressive Auto Anti-Feedback control. And with its 2-channel Mic/Line design and stand-mountable configuration, the AC-60 is clearly heads above the competition.

Roland AC-60 Acoustic Chorus Amp at a Glance:
  • Big Sound in a Compact Package
  • Convenient Mic Input
Big Sound in a Compact Package

Talk about impressive. The AC-60 is a marvel of amplifier design, using the latest DSP technology to deliver a pure, rich acoustic sound with projection far beyond its compact size. This stereo acoustic amp (30w x 2) offers brilliant stereo/multiband chorus including a new "wide" mode, plus shimmering reverb tailored specifically for acoustic guitar. And if it's more low-end you crave, the AC-60 even gives you a Subwoofer output.

A Marvel of Convenience

The dual-channel AC-60 offers both a Guitar channel and a Mic/Line channel with Phantom Power. This makes it the perfect companion for coffeehouses and small club gigs. The Guitar channel gives you a choice between piezo and magnetic pickup inputs, plus powerful Anti-Feedback controls. Rounding out this package is a Mute switch for silent tuning and a Stereo Line Out for connection to mixing consoles and PA systems.

Roland AC-60 Acoustic Chorus Amp Features:
  • Compact stereo acoustic amplifier with pure, natural tone and excellent projection
  • 2-Channel design: Guitar input and Mic/Line input with Phantom Power
  • Stereo 30-watt/dual 6.5-inch speaker configuration loud enough for club gigs and small PA applications
  • Onboard DSP delivers lush stereo/multiband chorus, newly developed "wide" chorus and delay/reverb with footswitch control
  • Built-in Auto Anti-Feedback controls allow for maximum volume without feedback
  • Convenient Mute switch for silent tuning on stage
  • Stereo Line Out for PA and recording applications; Subwoofer output
  • Built-in tilt stand offers better acoustic projection; can also be mounted on commercially available speaker stands
The Roland AC-60 Acoustic Chorus Amp is just what your acoustic guitar needs!

Additional Media

Acoustic Guitar Amp Buying Guide
Guitar Amp Buying Guide
Roland AC-60 Owners Manual

Tech Specs

Number of Channels 2
Total Power 60W (30W + 30W)
Speakers 2 x 6.5"
Stereo Yes
Inputs 1 x Instrument (Active, Passive), 1 x Combo (XLR/TRS), 2 x TRS (AUX), 2 x RCA (AUX), 1 x Tuner
Outputs 1 x Headphone (1/4"), 2 x XLR, 2 x TRS
Effects Chorus, Reverb
EQ 3-band
Feedback Control Yes
Footswitch I/O Yes
Height 10.56"
Width 15"
Depth 10.69"
Weight 21.6 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number AC-60

Customer Reviews

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PA Speakers

I have three AC-60's. Two for Stereo Left and Right Main Speakers, and one for a Stereo Monitor. This system is the best I have come up with for my singles act using a Kemper Profiling Amp direct to the PA. I hear what is going out the mains. The mains are connected via the XLR Mic inputs (set to Line) and the monitor is connected via the Left and Right Aux Inputs on the rear of an AC-60. (BTW the Mixer is a QSC TouchMix 16) Great for the Kemper, since these acoustic amps provide the least "color". They can get amazingly loud, and quite adequate for small rooms and gigs. Great little amps, each with its own case...
Music background: Semi-Pro and Pro Enthusiast!

Roland AC 60

This is One Great Acoustic Amp, I kid you Not. It is well worth the price because the Value is uncomparable. I would Buy it again and it would be from Sweetwater
Music background: Hobbyist .. And, Student

Roland AC60

Our band has used this amp as a PA in small venues for 2 years. Rarely does one of us just plug directly into it. When we do, we keep the settings flat and use the onboard preamps on our acoustic-electrics to adjust levels. Rarely do we use the (great sounding) chorus feature or the reverb settings. Most of the time, via an 8 channel submixer, we have 2 guitars, a miked violin, a miked mandolin and up to 3 vocals coming through this amp. The vocals are clean and all the instruments are discretly recognizable. This was not the intended purpose of this amp - but it shows that it's not limited to the role of a coffee house amp for a single guitar and vocal. We've used a Fender Rumble 60 as a subwoofer which takes it to another level. Its acoustic sound equals or betters any other acoustic amp I've heard or used. The bonus is the way it doubles as a PA, and audience members and sitting-in musicians have commented on how well it fills that role. One hint - elevating it off the stage is critical for the PA role, so the built in pole mount is a big plus - and the small size is a big convenience. If we had two of these, our regular PA might not see much work!
Music background: Gigging musician

It simply goes way beyond what I had expected!

Dylan was very helpful and the amp arrived faster than I thought possible. And it has proven to be more than I could have expected insuch a small amp. Perfect for what I wanted. Could not be more pleased with the service and/or the product
Music background: advanced Hobbyist

Natural Amplification!

I bought my AC/60 about 2 years ago, and I'm amazed at the natural sound it produces. I own a Taylor with the Expression System and a Breedlove 12 with an LR Baggs Dual Element system, and both sound equally refreshing through the AC/60; it's like a natural extension of the guitar's true sound only amplified! By itself it won't fill up a concert hall or auditorium, but don't let its size fool you. It's adaptable and can handle any medium to small venue that you might throw at it. Before you spend more or less of your hard earned cash, take a good long hard look at this little gem.
Music background: 35 years vocal and guitar (still trying to get it right!)
See also: Acoustic Guitar Amplifiers, Roland, Roland Acoustic Guitar Amps