Roland MOBILE AC 5-watt 2x4" Acoustic Combo Amp

5-watt 2x4" Acoustic Guitar Stereo Combo Amp with Onboard Effects, 3-channel Mixer, and Battery Power
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Roland MOBILE AC 5-watt 2x4
Roland MOBILE AC 5-watt 2x4
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Proof That Great-sounding Things Come in Small Packages

Roland's MOBILE AC acoustic guitar combo amp lets you explore another dimension in sound. Designed to travel, the MOBILE AC gives you big sound in a small package that can fit in your backpack. It'll operate for up to 15 hours on six AA batteries, so you can take it anywhere. This little amp gives you clear, spacious stereo sound you can enhance with the lush-sounding onboard effects. Plug in your MP3 player and mic for a sing-along. Play your guitar and sing, or jam with backing tracks. Indoors or out, you'll enjoy the Roland MOBILE AC.

Roland MOBILE AC Acoustic Guitar Combo Amp at a Glance:
  • Lush Stereo Sound from a tiny package
  • Built to Travel
  • Your new jam buddy
Lush Stereo Sound from a tiny package

The Roland MOBILE AC may be diminutive, but its pair of 4-inch speakers pump out out a decidedly big sound. Kick in the onboard stereo chorus - an effect Roland put on the map with their JC-120 amp in the mid 1970s - and your guitar will be floating in a glorious, swirling soundscape. You also get reverb (with its own dedicated control knob), as well as the aptly-named Wide effect, for increasing the spaciousness of the sound. There's also a Tone knob that controls the overall EQ of your sound.

Built to Travel

Ultra-compact and lightweight, the MOBILE AC is perfect for travel. Just stuff it in your backpack, and you're good-to-go. Take it anywhere - a jam session at a friend's house, a picnic or camping trip, or even onstage to use as a personal monitor. It can run for up to 15 hours on six AA alkaline batteries, so you've got amazing freedom to perform anywhere you'd like. It even comes with a handy carrying strap. And if you'd like to run it on AC, there's an optional AC adapter. An optional carrying case is available as well.

Your new jam buddy

Invite some friends over, tune up your guitar, grab a mic - and you're ready to rock. The MOBILE AC sports guitar and microphone inputs with separate volume controls for each. Dial in a bit of tasty reverb, kick in the Wide effect, and you'll be sounding like a seasoned pro. You also get a third input - with its own volume control - for connecting your portable media player, letting you effortlessly juice your performances with backing tracks.

Roland MOBILE AC Acoustic Guitar Combo Amp Features:
  • 5-watt (2.5W per channel) stereo amplifier for acoustic guitar
  • Two 4-inch speakers produce a surprisingly lush stereo soundfield
  • Simple, intuitive controls
  • 15 hours of use with six AA alkaline batteries
  • Microphone input for singing
  • Audio inputs for playing along with portable media players
  • 3-channel mixer with individual volume controls for microphone, guitar, and audio input
  • Chorus, Reverb, and Wide effects add depth and polish to your sound
Roland's MOBILE AC acoustic guitar combo amp: big fun in a tiny package!

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Tech Specs

Number of Channels 1
Total Power 5W (2 x 2.5W)
Speakers 2 x 4"
Effects Yes (Chorus, Reverb, Wide)
Height 7"
Width 11.06"
Depth 4.31"
Weight 5.56 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number Mobile-AC

Customer Reviews

4.5/5
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5/5

WOW!

I've had this about 3 weeks and I just want to play with it all the time. It's friggin' awesome. Let's be frank - it's not a Marshall stack or a Twin but it makes my Taylor sing. The classic Roland chorus, adjustable reverb . . . I have been setting the volume a tad more than my unamplified sound. SWEET! I have "cranked" it a few times - sounds good. Not overly impressed with the microphone however I am using a high impedence Shure that is over 40 yrs old. I usually play about 2 hrs/day; now I have to make myself stop. For just sitting around and playing guitar I can't say enough good things about how wonderful this sounds. I've been using batteries but also got the AC adapter.
Music background: Playing over 50 yrs. Everything except Rap/Gangsta.
5/5

Small Amp with Huge Sound

I wanted a small amp that I could take anywhere with me that I could use batteries with but also had the option of a power cord. I wanted a rich sound not a cheap tin box sound. I talked with my Sweetwater Rep Devin Cunningham & he recommended the Roland Mobile AC amp. It is only 5 watts but it definitely sounds like more than that. It has reverb, jacks for your mic, guitar and a cd trainer or other device of your choosing. This amp is small and weighs under 6 pounds so I can conveniently take it outside to practice and on trips. You will not be disappointed in this amp if you are looking for a small amp with a great (huge) sound.
Music background: Guitar Hobbyist for over 40 years. Played for Church Youth Group and other Church functions for many years.
5/5

Really nice!

Really a nice little unit! Plenty of power for mild amplification to acoustic sound. Battery life seems good but I ordered the AC adaptor anyway.
Music background: hobbyist
5/5

Excellent Amp

For the small size and price range this amp far exceeded my expectations.
Music background: Acoustic/Electric Guitarist
5/5

Jam Equalizer

I use my Mobile AC Acoustic Combo Amp as a monitor to enable my soft voice and acoustic guitar to be heard in a group of mostly electric instrument players. It seems to help them remember to back-off excessive amplified noise.
Music background: Still learning after retirement.
See also: Combo Amps, Roland, Roland Guitar Combo Amps