Fender Acoustic Pro 200-watt 1x12" Acoustic Combo Amp with Horn

200-watt Combo Acoustic Guitar Amplifier with 2 Channels, 3-band EQ, Sweepable Mids, Phase Switch, Balanced XLR Out, and Reverb
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Fender Acoustic Pro 200-watt 1x12
Fender Acoustic Pro 200-watt 1x12
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Detailed Acoustic Sound and Great Looks!

The Fender Acoustic Pro combo guitar amplifier has a stylish look and powerful features. This 2-channel, 200-watt acoustic guitar amplifier is an instant solo PA that's ideal for singer/songwriters and one-man shows. Independent EQs, feedback-reducing phase switches, effects loop, and a balanced XLR line-out make this amp a gig-ready unit for any musician. The bent wood cabinet adds a unique and modern look to this combo. Get sleek looks and great sound with the Fender Acoustic Pro combo guitar amp.

Fender Acoustic Pro Guitar Combo Amplifier at a Glance:
  • This amp sounds as good as it looks
  • Powerful EQ section lets you dial in your perfect tone
  • Gig- and recording-ready features
This amp sounds as good as it looks

This powerful 200-watt amplifier has more than just good looks going for it. The Fender Acoustic Pro sports two channels with independent EQs so you can plug in two guitars or one guitar and one vocal mic. You'll love the detailed and precise sound of the Acoustic Pro. The built-in hall reverb effect is lush and perfect for any instrument. The most noticeable aspect of this acoustic amplifier is its look. The brown grille and wood shell are sure to turn heads. Not only does the sleek wooden shell look great, but it's designed to increase the amp's projection. The Fender Acoustic Pro combo amplifier has it all: good looks, flexible controls, and great sound.

Powerful EQ section lets you dial in your perfect tone

Getting an acoustic tone that you really like out of an amplifier can be difficult, just ask any of Sweetwater's gigging guitarists. Fender loaded the Acoustic Pro with a powerful EQ section so you can dial in the exact tone you want. Besides Treble and Bass controls, you'll also find Mid-level and Mid-frequency controls so you can precisely dial in that critical midrange sound. The Fender Acoustic Pro has independent EQ controls for each channel, so you don't have to share a universal sound with your vocals or another instrument.

Gig- and recording-ready features

Plug both a guitar and a microphone into the Fender Acoustic Pro combo amp and you have an instant solo PA. This 2-channel performer gives you independent control over each input, so you can balance your vocal and guitar (or balance two instruments) perfectly. Playing bigger stages? You'll love the balanced XLR direct out, which lets you use the Acoustic Pro as a monitor while you pump your signal out to the house PA.

Fender Acoustic Pro Guitar Combo Amplifier Features:
  • 2-channel combo amp designed for acoustic guitar and vocals
  • 12" speaker and 1" compression driver provide well-balanced frequency response
  • Bent plywood cabinet looks good and reduces resonance for solid, powerful tone
  • Built-in reverb, effects loop, and XLR direct out, for great live performances
  • Treble, Bass, and sweepable Mid controls let you fine-tune your sound
  • 16V phantom power on the mic input
  • Phase switch on guitar and mic inputs to minimize feedback and boominess
  • Aux-in jack for external playback devices
Fender's Acoustic Pro combo amplifier is the ideal tool for solo acoustic gigs!

Additional Media

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Tech Specs

Number of Channels 2
Total Power 200W
Speakers 1 x 12" Fender Special design, 1 x High frequency compression driver
Inputs 2 x XLR-1/4" combo (instrument or microphone), 1 x 1/8" (aux in)
Outputs 1 x XLR (line out), 1 x 1/8" (headphone)
Microphone Input Phantom power (16 volts)
Effects Reverb
EQ 3-band, Mid-frequency/Level
Effects Loop Yes
Footswitch I/O Yes, optional 2-button footswitch
Height 17.5"
Width 21"
Depth 10.5"
Weight 27 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number 2271100000

Customer Reviews

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What a beauty!

I have played through Fenders since the early 60's. I have a 1965 Twin Reverb sitting next to my new Acoustic Pro. This is to acoustic what the Twin Reverb was to electric. Besides being a beautiful amp, it delivers a crisp natural acoustic sound. I am playing a Taylor Presentations Series Grand Symphony through it, and the reproductive sound is perfect. I couldn't be happier.
Music background: Strumming since the 50's

Fender Acoustic Pro 200W

I just did my first live performance, Wow!!! The tonal clarity, the power, the articulation and the sweet, smooth tone were much more than I expected. Light, powerful and very attractive. A sweet reverb enhanced the sound and I used a chorus pedal through the effects loop for a 12 string effect on some of the songs. I would recommend this amp and Sweetwater to any serious performer. I look forward to using it on the platform for praise and worship team next Sunday!
Music background: I have played in a country/oldies band, church praise and worship teams and local venues.

Awesome Amp

Acoustic amps are touchy. You can never be sure. When it sounds good or bad, you ask yourself, " was it the room? The strings? The guitar? The amp? Or a combination? Acoustic music is more difficult than hard loud rock. I have lived both, back and forth. This amp closes the gap that exists between acoustic amplified music done right and done not so right. Now I can agonize over my vocals.
Music background: Rock country blues jazz

Fender Acoustic Pro Amp

Clean sound , very easy to move around and has a good reverb.

Acoustic Pro

First of all, the cabinet is beautiful and the fact that it only weighs 27 lbs is very much appreciated. I had been using an old Kustom cab (12 + tweet) with a preamp and effects unit and I was reasonably happy with my sound but the cabinet began to have problems. I had tried some of the other "made for acoustic" amps out there and I just was never happy with the smaller drivers that are more typical, so I was looking for something pretty much just like this - although I was wary of the built-in effects and whether it would compare favorably with my old TC Electronic reverb/compression. I've used it at 2 gigs so far, and basically it took 7 sets to feel like I'd finally found the "sweet spot". This box has good low end but I think one of the main differences, compared to my old set up, is the 2.5" horn - it took quite a bit of experimenting with the sweepable mids and treble controls to find what I think is close to what I wanted in tone. The phase switch has worked perfectly in eliminating feedback and, so far, I haven't had to touch the tone controls to address that problem. Just as I knew it would be, the reverb is different than what I am used to, but if you give it just a little, it's nice and you get used to it fast - not bad at all, actually - of course, as you turn it up it starts to suck. At 200W this combo amp has plenty of headroom and the simple design is great - very straight forward - and if you can't live with the reverb, it does have an effects loop. Also, the DI sounds great, as is typical of Fender products. There are some features I wish it had (built-in compressor would be nice and some ability to control the output of the DI (level, pre/post EQ)) but I think I like it a lot. The "kick stand" is nice, but not really enough for my group's needs, so I'm still putting it on an amp stand for now. I haven't tried the second channel and, honestly, probably never will, but with the fact that either side accommodates XLR or 1/4" and that the reverb is independent, it seems like it would actually work well for a solo gig. So, overall, I'm happy with my purchase. I like hauling less and lighter gear but I may wind up going back to using my TC Electronics effects unit (there's just something about TC Elec reverb that is unmatched by anything else I've ever even heard and I like having a bit of compression too) but even if I do, I'm happy to have such a good looking, well functioning, combo amp with great low end and plenty of ***** for live shows.
Music background: Actively working
See also: Acoustic Guitar Amplifiers, Fender, Fender Acoustic Guitar Amps