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

Stereo Acoustic Guitar Amplifier with Reverb, Chorus, Auto Anti-Feedback, and Faux Rosewood Cabinet
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, and good looks 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 classy rosewood finish, 2-channel Mic/Line design and stand-mountable configuration, the AC-60 with rosewood finish is clearly heads above the competition.

Roland AC-60 Acoustic Chorus Amp at a Glance:
  • Big Sound in a Compact Package
  • Good sound, great looks
  • 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.

Good sound, great looks

Besides sounding great, this model of the AC-60 looks amazing. The gorgeous rosewood cabinet with matching grill cloth will add a touch of class to any gig. You will get great compliments on the looks of the amp everywhere, from wedding gigs to the coffee shop. Heck, you may even be allowed to keep an amp in the front room for the first time in your life.

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 true utilitarian amp for coffeehouses to 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:
  • Rosewood Finish
  • 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!

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Roland AC-60RW. What a Great Amp!!

From the time I first turned on my AC-60RW, I knew I made the right purchase. Such great tone from a small package. It made my Taylor 314ce come to life. I also tried my hollow and semi hollow Gibson guitars on this baby and I was pleasantly surprised. The input and output options make this a great amp for small to medium gigs and a "no brainer" for home practice.
Music background: Musician, Hobbyist

Great little acoustic amp

I am using this amp primarily with a little Martin LX1E, and the sound is fantastic. The rosewood finish gives it a nice retro look as well. I have also used it with my iphone with our youth group for some background tunes while not playing, and it sounds great for that as well. All in all I am very pleased with the quality of sound and build. The included soft case is a nice bonus and provides very good protection for hauling this around.

Rosewood amp

This little box sounds like a big box and my acoustic guitar sounds amazing and it looks so cool.

Impressive Amplifier

Purchased this little amp to use out in small to medium venues. Hooked it up in my studio to get aquainted with it first and found it to be a great piece of gear in terms of sound quality and ease of operation. Also, this amp has some of the best chorus and reverb programs I have ever heard, and the anti-feedback system is spot on. As I expected, the bass frequencies are a bit thin because of the speaker size, but when I routed it into my main PA system this small amp made a huge impact on my sound quality and control. In short, a very worthwhile investment for my professional needs.
Music background: Singer, songwriter, acoustic guitar, recording and live performer

Well rounded choice.

1. Great Tone. Guitar, mandolin, and vocals are full, articulate. EQ controls are very effective. On board reverb is a nice touch.2. Good volume. Great for filling small rooms, cafes, etc or as an onstage monitor with a band.3. Super portable, great carry case with shoulder strap.---Cons: Difficult to use as monitor unless it's pointed directly at your ears. Speakers have a narrow spread within 5-6 feet. Fills a room nicely but standing next to it I can barely tell it's on. It's not an open back amp, that could be why.
Music background: Professional performer, studio musician. Pop, country, jazz.
See also: Acoustic Guitar Amplifiers, Roland, Roland Acoustic Guitar Amps