Acoustic amplifiers are a great solution for a number of the challenges acoustic worship guitarists face. There are times when we get asked to play where neither a sound tech nor a P.A. are available, which is why we would suggest looking at acoustic amps like a portable P.A. solution for instruments and voice.  In thinking about these cute little amps as mini P.A. systems, choosing the right one for your needs will potentially become less daunting.

Finding the right amp for you or your church comes down to finding the right blend of price, value, size, power, and feature set. Noting how important your bang for the buck is with most churches, if you chose any of the amps we put together simply based on the maximum amount you had to spend you’d end up with a great amp. Why? Because these amps are all great for their own reasons.

While we would be happy to use any of these amps anywhere we play music, there are some clear differences between them. To cover this in more detail we encourage you to watch the companion video we put together. This will give you a chance to hear them in action, and us the opportunity to talk about what we like most about each of these amps!

AER Compact Slope 60-3

 

click to purchase – WMMag.info/ARCompactSlope

Boss Acoustic Singer Pro

click to purchase – WMMag.info/ARAcousticSingerPro

Bugera AC60

click to purchase – WMMag.info/ARAC60

Fender Acoustic SFX

click to purchase – WMMag.info/ARAcousticSFX

Fishman Loudbox Mini

click to purchase – WMMag.info/ARLoudboxMini

Mesa Engineering Rosette

click to purchase – WMMag.info/ARRosetteAmp

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