Fender Acoustasonic 150

Fender have built an enviable reputation amongst electric guitarists, who value the signature sound produced by their amps. It perhaps surprising to learn that they also build great amps for acoustic guitar.

The thing that sets this amp apart is the power available to it. At 150 watts, this rivals many electric guitar amplifiers in terms of power and volume. It is so powerful, in fact, that not many acoustic guitarists will ever need the volume developed by it.

However, even for those of you who like to play a little more quietly, a powerful amp still has advantages. Foremost among these is that with so much power available, the amp has greater control over the speakers, meaning that even at low volumes the sound produced is really great.

Fender Acoustasonic 150

The thing that sets this amp apart is the power available to it. At 150 watts, this rivals many electric guitar amplifiers in terms of power and volume. It is so powerful, in fact, that not many acoustic guitarists will ever need the volume developed by it.

Of course, this amp also has several more advantages:

8 Total Score
Fender Acoustasonic 150

The thing that sets this amp apart is the power available to it. At 150 watts, this rivals many electric guitar amplifiers in terms of power and volume. It is so powerful, in fact, that not many acoustic guitarists will ever need the volume developed by it.

Durability
9
Design
8.5
PROS
  • Whilst, at 150 watts, you would expect this amp to weigh a ton and be a really hassle to move around, it is not. We are not sure how Fender have managed to pack so much power into what remains quite a compact amp, but we know that our backs will thank them for it!
  • The flexibility of this amp is second to none. It includes British, Tweed, and Blackface amp settings, which means that if you grow tired of playing acoustic guitar, you can plug your electric into the same amp! This is great for musicians who like to switch between acoustic and electric mid-gig, and for the rest of use saves a significant amount of money on buying separate amplifiers!
  • Of course, this excellent electric sound does not compromise the crystal clear sound you get when an acoustic guitar is plugged into this amp. Even when pumping out 150 watts of noise, the tone is smooth and clear.
CONS
  • Very few. If you are looking for an acoustic guitar amp that will allow you to play quite large venues, or one that will allow you to swap between acoustic and electric guitars, you’ve just found it!
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