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 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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Best amp ever

Best amp ever u could have. Superb sound crystal and warm your ear.
Music background: Church musician


Tried the fender acoustisonic 120 was not impressed . id give it a half star just because it worked but sounded so fake. i was able to send it back to Sweet water got full refund and put it toward the Fishman Loudbox 120 .what a sound!!! sounds like the Martin DCPA4R, that i plugged into it.was even more impressed when I miced the guitar plus plugged it in and ran clean on 1 channel , little delay on the other and wow what great sound options are there. ran vocal and guitar and guess what still sounded awesome. I look forward to using this amp for a long time.and have recommended it to all my guitar playing friends...
Music background: musician,song writer, hobbyist

Fantastic Amplifier, best I've owned

I own the previous loud box 100, with the metal grill, so these comments are about that. Sound wise I believe they are identical, but perhaps the build-quality has lessened a little looking at some of the other reviews.Anyway, I am blown away by this amp. I have travelled and dragged this thing around on a trolley for many many kilometres. I have played literally hundreds of gigs using it solely and often using the output and patching into a house system. i have used it often as an on stage monitor. I nearly always use the 2 channels for my mic and guitar and take the common singular output out to the desk. AMAZING!!!! It just seems to go on and on, and the reports here are right about the volume. It is the loudest amp in this range by far, enabled I believe by the anti-feeedback controls, which allow you extra headroom/volume. Truly I have travelled and played and played and played (usually 2 or more hours at a time), and still it works. It has helped me earn it weight in gold. Thank you Fishman. This amp has it all for a singer guitar player like me.!! (you can see it being used on many live Peyoti for President videos).
Music background: Live musician and professional gigging player

I Use it as a headphone amp.

Cool amp. I live in an apartment and can not let 'er rip and am a home user. So headphones work very well. The controls all work well with lots of tonal variety. Love the sound of my Larrivee OM3 MT. Very balanced sound. I highly recommend this amp. (BTW it sounds fantastic when you DO let-'er rip!)
Music background: Since I was 12. Lessons, High School Rock Band, Back-up to other singer song writers, personal songwriting, and now... recording.

What a great amp!!

I love this amp. It sounds fantastic, and it looks good. Another great product from Sweetwater.
Music background: Our group plays music for the shut-ins in our area.
See also: Acoustic Guitar Amplifiers, Fishman, Fishman Acoustic Guitar Amps