Yes. I am blown away. I have been playing professionally for over 40 years as a lead guitarist and really never played my acoustics as much as I should (Guild D25 "84" and a Yamaha 500. Mainly , because they don't fit our show. Lately, I have had the urge to dive deeper into the acoustics, but never liked the amplified sound. I saw a Youtube demo describing how the acoustic amps were different than just an electric guitar amp. I did not know this.. I watched and studied the demos in every detail in respect as to what I thought I really needed to hear in the effects department, weight, size, and also the other options such as inputs, outputs, etc. The more I read the more i wanted to hear one of these amps.
Honestly, in the back of my mind, I felt that was going out on a limb, because I don't like buying stuff I don't use. However, I pressed forward and looked at every acoustic amp on the market for under $400. I actually made my mind up several times on different amps other than the Fender, but I would not buy. Something told me I was not ready. I just held on. I was really confused.
I use a "72" Pro-Reverb on stage and as far as I'm concerned there is not a better sound. So, with that in mind, I knew Fender and I knew Fender was going to do their homework on the Acoustic amp. Too, I knew the resale would be there if I didn't like it. I guess that was my final tilt toward the amp. I did have a budget, though. I wanted something under $400. We have a great PA so I figure if I did take it to the gig, I would mic it.
Finally, I said "enough". I called Sweetwater and they made me a deal. I ordered on the spot. When it came in I was still worried that I may have bought something that I could not noticeably hear.
Let me tell you. I was Blown away! I played for an hour before I took a break. The sound WAS different. Not in a little way but a BIG way. I am Big-time satisfied. Very!
So, acoustic players, if you are using an electric amp with an acoustic... stop now and buy a FENDER Acoustasonic. You will never regret it. Somehow I made the right decision.