Peavey Ecoustic E208 30-watt 2x8" Acoustic Combo Amp

30-watt 2-channel Acoustic Guitar Amplifier with Effects, Per-channel EQ, Dual 8" Full-range Speakers
Peavey Ecoustic E208 30-watt 2x8
Peavey Ecoustic E208 30-watt 2x8
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Portable, Versatile, Affordable Acoustic Amp Champ!

Get perfect amplified acoustic sound just about anywhere! Plug into Peavey's Ecoustic E208 amp and find out just how good your acoustic-electric guitar sounds plugged in. You can even use this handy little amp as a mini PA system, thanks to its dual channels and XLR/ 1/4" combination input. Peavey added analog chorus and spring reverb, so you can sweeten your sound even more. Each channel has a dedicated EQ for dialing in your sound just the way you want it. This little amp pumps 30 watts through its pair of 8" full-range speakers, for great sound - and plenty of it!

Peavey Ecoustic E208 2-channel Acoustic Guitar Amplifier Features at a Glance:
  • 30 watts
  • 2 channels
  • Solid-state preamp
  • 2 x 8" premium full-range loudspeakers
  • 1/4" input on channel 1 and combo XLR/ 1/4" input on channel 2
  • Headphone output
  • Analog chorus
  • Spring reverb
  • Separate level controls for each channel
  • Dedicated EQ for each channel
  • Weight: 24-1/4 lbs.
You won't believe how great this compact Peavey Ecoustic E208 amp makes you sound!

Additional Media

Acoustic Guitar Amp Buying Guide
Guitar Amp Buying Guide

Tech Specs

Number of Channels 2
Total Power 30W
Speakers 2 x 8"
Inputs 1 x Instrument, 1 x Combo (XLR/TRS)
Outputs 1 x 1/4" (Headphones)
Effects Yes (Chorus, Reverb)
EQ 2-band (Channel 1), 3-band (Channel 2)
Height 15"
Width 19.63"
Depth 8.75"
Weight 25 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number 03599680

Customer Reviews

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Great Little Amp

I've been a proponent of Peavey equipment for almost 40 years--going back to the first PA system I ever purchased in 1975. This is the first of their guitar amps I've ever purchased. I must say I am impressed. While it does not have as much headroom as the Marshall AS50D--which is rated at 50 watts, while this is rated at 30 watts--the Marshall has a street price which is almost double this and with no more features than this offers. [I used to own the aforementioned model by Marshall]. I actually like the tone this offers better than the Marshall also. Even though the Marshall was supposed to be an acoustic amp--where clean tone and a lack of THD is a necessity, I found the Marshall still sounded like a Marshall--overdriven and distorted. Not so with the Peavey Even with the gain and volume set at the 3 o'clock position, the tone sounded clean. This amp works well as a small practice amp or for gigging in smaller venues. If the amp has a weakness, it would be the FX. It only offers chorus [switchable between Channels 1 and 2, but not both simultaneously] and reverb [channel 2 only]. That is the only reason I gave it less than a five. However I run my guitar signal through a Zoom A2 and find it to be a very good combination
Music background: Hobbyist

Great little studio amp with one flaw

Great amp to have in the studio. I would have given it 5 stars except the chorus drive me crazy. WAY too much hiss. I can't believe Peavey would build an amp and put it on the market with that kind of problem. Everything else about the amp is right on.
Music background: Musician, Recording hobbyist, Live Sound Pro.

Can't stand the hiss!

It's made in China. Never would have bought it if I knew that.

Peavey E208 hassles

This Peavey amp is loud when you are playing the only trouble is when you stop, there is a hissing song that is very annoying. I like the two speakers they are fine. The amp is light and easy to carry. It's just to noisy for me to use on a job. I really wish I would/t have purchased it. I guess it is ok for bedroom playing around for starting out musicians. I have had Peavey amps before and where happy with them years ago so, I can't believe that they would put an amp like this on the market!
Music background: started on guitar in 1963 when the Beatles arrived!
See also: Acoustic Guitar Amplifiers, Peavey, Peavey Acoustic Guitar Amps, Peavey Guitar Combo Amps