Fender Acoustasonic 150 - 150-watt 2x8" Acoustic Combo Amp

150W, 2-channel Acoustic Amplifier with Multiple Voicings, Electric Amp Sounds, USB, Effects, Feedback Elimination, and Balanced Line Out - Brown
Fender Acoustasonic 150 - 150-watt 2x8
Fender Acoustasonic 150 - 150-watt 2x8

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Big-time Acoustic Amp - plus Electric Tones!

Fender's Acoustasonic 150 Combo acoustic guitar amplifier has all the features you need to get through any gig in style. Plus, it includes several different acoustic Voicings, so you can get a variety of tones. The Acoustasonic 150 Combo even includes electric amp sounds, so you can bring along your electric guitar and plug in! You can plug in both your instrument and a microphone, for an instant solo PA. Or, plug instruments into both channels. You get great-sounding effects, a balanced line-out, and even a USB connection (perfect for recording). Feeback-elimination controls keep the 150-watt Acoustasonic 150 sounding great even at higher levels.

Fender Acoustasonic 150 Combo Acoustic Guitar Amplifier at a Glance:
  • Clean, clear performance plus an amazing range of Voicings
  • Bring along your electric axe too
  • Gig- and recording-ready features
Clean, clear performance plus an amazing range of Voicings

Fender's Acoustasonic 150 Combo gives you 150 watts of powerful, clean performance, in a surprisingly lightweight (only 22.5 lb.) package. But that's just scratching the surface. This feature-packed acoustic guitar amp lets you dial in your own tones or choose among dreadnought, jumbo, and parlor guitar characteristics. It's like having a multiple acoustic guitar setup, with one instrument! You'll also love the onboard effects (including chorus, delay, reverb, Vibrotone, and more) and super-handy feedback elimination.

Bring along your electric axe too

You don't just get an array of stellar acoustic sounds out of the Acoustasonic 150. Fender also equipped it with great electric amp sounds, so you can bring along your electric guitar and sound fantastic. The Acoustasonic 150's Blackface, tweed, and British amp Voicings make your electric axe sound as fantastic as your acoustic guitar does.

Gig- and recording-ready features

Plug both a guitar and a microphone into the Acoustasonic 150 amp and you have an instant solo PA. This 2-channel performer gives you independent control over each input, so you can balance your vocals and guitar (or balance two instruments) perfectly. Playing bigger stages? You'll love the balanced XLR direct out, which lets you use the Acoustasonic 150 as a monitor while you pump your signal out to the house PA. An included USB connection even lets you record straight to your computer from the amp!

Fender Acoustasonic 150 Combo Acoustic Guitar Amplifier Features:
  • Several acoustic tones plus electric amp voices from 1 amplifier
  • XLR combo input on channel 2 lets you plug in a microphone or an instrument
  • Voicing control gives you dreadnought, jumbo, and parlor guitar characteristics plus 3 electric amp sounds
  • Built-in effects, feedback eliminator, and direct out for great live performances
  • USB connector, for straight-to-computer digital recording

Fender's Acoustasonic 150 packs an incredible array of features and sonic capabilities into a powerful and portable acoustic amp!
NOTE: This product is available in the United States only: no international sales.

Additional Media

Acoustasonic 150 2x8 User Manual
Acoustic Guitar Amp Buying Guide
Guitar Amp Buying Guide

Tech Specs

Number of Channels 2
Total Power 150W
Speakers 2 x 8", 1 x Piezo Horn
Stereo Yes (Stereo FX)
Inputs 1 x XLR Combo, 1 x 1/4"
Outputs Balanced Line Out
Effects Reverb, Delay, Chorus, Vibratone
EQ 3-band
Feedback Control Yes
Effects Loop Yes
Footswitch I/O 1 x Footswitch (not included)
Height 16"
Width 22.37"
Depth 10.125"
Weight 22.5 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number 2313600000

Customer Reviews

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Tones are perfect. Vocals great plug in to sound board and it awesome for the money

Fender Acoustasonic 150

I've been using this amp for a month in a small, wood and carpet church setting, with a fairly recently made Ovation Custom Legend, model C2079AXCCB (serial no. ...). My only other experience has been with a Fender Twin Reverb in the 1960s/1970s. As it stands, the much newer Fender amp, in this limited church use, is awesome. Though the fuller treble settings are too jarring for my tastes, any other relevant setting has been "effective and productive" (i.e., "each, separate or in combination, offers a unique and useful sound or shade thereof"). The pure amp itself is rich, which I'd like to herein emphasize, while a mid-range setting on the amp's Bass, Middle, and Treble brings out the Ovation, allowing my further color-tuning with the guitar's pre-amp. A touch of Reverb (Plate) with a touch of Chorus, and I'm religious-service-enhancing and--OK--heavenly! It seemed almost a must to have added the pricey stomp effects pedal and a much less expensive soft amp cover. An expensive hard carrying case will be preferable, since the grill and knobs seem vulnerable to being poked and/or knocked. If the knobs were recessed or covered somehow, it'd be better. Really CONSIDER getting this amp.
Music background: Semi-pro

Acoustasonic 150 2.8"

I like the full sound of my Acoustasonic and the affects of the mic. It's like having an amp and PA in one. I couldn't be more satisfied.
Music background: Been playing since the age of 15 years old. Bands and solos both in a variety of venues.

Best of the Best

This thing is super clean and the flexibility of the acoustic/electric options is incredible. Great tone, great reliability, interfaces well with the XLR out. Incredibly lightweight. At this price point, the Acoustasonic 150 is the best of the best.
Music background: Pro Musician, Public School Teacher


This is the amp of my dreams! As a solo artist doing small venues it's perfect!
See also: Acoustic Guitar Amplifiers, Fender, Fender Acoustic Guitar Amps