Fishman Loudbox Artist 120-watt 1x8" Acoustic Combo Amp with Tweeter

120W Acoustic Combo Amp
Fishman Loudbox Artist 120-watt 1x8
Fishman Loudbox Artist 120-watt 1x8
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Serious Acoustic Amp

The Fishman Loudbox Artist Acoustic Combo Amplifier is the state-of-the-art. As a performing artist, you've come a long way since the days of haphazardly miking your axe and sending it through the PA along with the drums. The Loudbox Artist builds upon the award-winning design of the Loudbox 100 with more power, more useful features, more flexibility - and of course the great sound you expect from Fishman. Also noteworthy is the styling of this amp - the tan/brown motif is easy on the eyes and compliments acoustic instruments better than basic black. Whether you play acoustic guitar, violin, mandolin, banjo, or another acoustic instrument, you should investigate the Fishman Loudbox Artist Combo Amp. It's a serious piece of gear.

Fishman Loudbox Artist Acoustic Combo Amp Features at a Glance:
  • Two mic/instrument channels accept 1/4" or XLR sources
  • Input channels fitted with 3-band EQ and feedback controls
  • Aux stereo input with 1/4", 1/8" connectors and level control
  • Dual digital effects section, with independent channel and effects level
  • Reverb, Chorus, Flanger, Delay, Echo, and Slap Echo
  • DI (balanced XLR outputs on each input channel and main mix)
  • Channel Mute silences both input channels
  • Headphone output
  • Foot switch input for input channel muting / Chorus, Flanger, and Slap on/off
  • Instrument/mic channel features 1/4"/XLR combo input
  • Shelving bass and treble
  • Resonant-style midrange
  • Notch filter for feedback control
  • Input gain with 10dB pad and clip indicator
  • Reverb and Delay effects level
  • Chorus, Flanger and Slap Echo on/off
  • Phase switch
  • Dedicated effects loop
  • 24V phantom power (for condenser mics)
Sound great and look good too, with The Fishman Loudbox Artist Acoustic Combo Amp!

Additional Media

Acoustic Guitar Amp Buying Guide
Guitar Amp Buying Guide

Tech Specs

Number of Channels 2
Total Power 120W
Speakers 1 x 8" woofer, 1 x 1" tweeter
Inputs 2 x XLR-1/4" combo (mic/instrument), 1 x 1/8", 1 x 1/4" (aux in)
Outputs 3 x XLR (DI out), 1 x 1/4" (headphones)
Effects Chorus, Flanger, Delay, Echo, and Slap
EQ 3-band
Feedback Control Yes
Effects Loop Yes (per channel)
Footswitch I/O 1 x 1/4"
Height 16"
Width 15.5"
Depth 11.5"
Weight 25.5 lbs
Manufacturer Part Number PRO-LBX-600

Customer Reviews

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very pleased with this amp!

After years of using a full sized PA mixer and 15" speakers in a small bedroom practice room, I ordered this from Sweetwater. Dan Wagoner set everything up and the amp was delivered within a few days. I am very pleased with this amp and its versatility. I primarily play a Martin dreadnought but also use a Gretsch resonator equipped with a pickup and a Taylor 114CE. All instruments shine when played through this amp and the mic channel is spot on. At 120 watts, volume is not an issue, plenty of power. Very easy to use and very portable. the anti feedback feature has worked very well (I always had to fight that when using my PA). I will be selling my Pa mixer and speakers and adding another one of these amps as it is well suited for our needs as an acoustic trio.


There is only one thing to be said here. The Quest Ends Here. I have been using a Roland ac-60 for years. I record music in Nashville Tennessee. You can look up my albums "I'd Rather Have Jesus" And my Christmas album "The Only Gift" by Doc Pearson. I use the sound tracks of my album to sing live. I sing at churches, funerals, gospel festivals, nursing homes etc. I usually use my roland ac-60 with a sure 58 mike and an ipod. I also have the very top of the line Bose L1 Model II Single Bass System with ToneMatch Engine system which i have also extensively used but i ran across this little jewel and that was it. Wow and I mean wow. But one word of advice if you want a good mike sound out of it use Sennheiser e835s because it just sounds cleaner than the sure 58. Just plug your ipod into the back. Your acoustic guitar into the front with the Sennheiser mike and just get ready to hear beauty. It is easy to carry. (by the way i am having a case made for my new little jewel that will have a side pocket to carry my mike and connecters.) It is easy to carry and with the 120-watt's you can crank it up loud and i mean loud and not distort the music or the mike. I is absolutely fabulous. The bottom line here is it is easy to carry and set up. The bose system can be set up quickly but not like this jewel that already sounds good just like it is without having to have the tone match and base etc of the bose system. Just set it down plug it in and jam away. OooooooHhhhhhhh sound so nice and looks so cool but is so small and easy to carry.
Music background: See in the review above

In Short - The Dogs Bollocks (British vernacular)

This is the best little acoustic amp I have ever encountered. The clean reproduction and tone is amazing. I am playing an ancient (1965) Hagstrom J45 dreadnought equipped with a Fishman Rare Earth pick-up through this. Sounds just as good with my Washburn Cumberland with internal pick-ip. Wow, couldn't ask for better. Incredible volume too.
Music background: Hobbyist / semi pro musician


Fishman, Sweetwater and Brandon Eden have done it again! Fishman has improved an already great product (I own an earlier version of the larger performer), Brandon gave me great advice again, and Sweetwater got here in great shape and quickly. The amp is more than I could have expected for something this size. It equals my older performer in both tone and volume. The effects are really improved and functionality is also improved. Sound is pure and clean. It's my guitar and voice and guitar, just amplified. This will handle most small venues as a house device and a great monitor in larger venues. In comparison, I looked at several competitors including Line 6 L2T and Fender. Both good products, the Loudbox outshines them in tone and at 1/2 the weight. Couldn't be happier!
Music background: Gigging folk guy, aspiring recording & mix engineer, live sound

Great Little Giant

I've been playing more acoustic lately and needed an amp that would give me a clear sound and still be portable. This little doll weighs about 29 pounds is roughly the same size as an old computer monitor. And the sound is amazing! It has terrific presence and clarity, even at high volumes and doesn't sound "electric." My acoustics sound a little louder with good response across the whole range of tones with no distortion.I have a twelve-string that I had a Fishman pre-amp put into a few months ago, and the combination of that guitar and this amp is fantastic. This amp has a few effects (reverb, delay, chorus) that I can use on the rare occasions when I play electric, and it's easy to hook into an existing PA system if I need more volume. A GREAT bargan.
Music background: Serious hobbyist and occasional performer
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