BAJAAO India Presents the Roland AC-33. The world’s first battery-powered amp made specifically for acoustic guitar. Portable yet powerful, the AC-33 provides true stereo sound, Guitar and Mic/Line channels, custom-tailored effects, anti-feedback, and a Phrase Looper. But this amp was made to go places no amp has gone before. Thanks to its battery-power capability, the AC-33 lets you take your act anywhere: into the backwoods, onto the streets, or wherever your imagination leads you.
- 30 watts (15W+15W) of natural, stereo acoustic sound through twin speakers
- Runs on AC power or eight AA batteries (accepts rechargeable NiMH types) (Not Included)
- Dual-channel configuration: Guitar and Mic/Line channel
- Reverb, chorus, and ambience effects (Ambience adds spatial, 3D-type depth to the sound)
- Phrase Looper with 40 seconds of record time
- Stereo AUX input (connect MP3/CD players, etc), headphone output
- Anti-feedback function
- Built-in tilt-back stand
- Removable battery cartridge for easy battery replacement.
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I'm a percussive fingerstyle guitar player so I need a clear tone and trust me this amp is best 10/10 the reverb feature ,chorus and specially loop wow and mic also works awesome it took 15 days to come but it is worth just go for it
I absolutely lovee this amp. Portable , dual input , battery driven beautiful sounding amplifier !! If you are an acoustic guitar enthusiast , this deserves the investment . Although bajao took some time to deliver it but worth the wait !
I have had every Roland battery amp for guitars they have made. I also used the AC 60 for my main acoustic solo amp for a few years. This one is just as nice for ACOUSTIC guitar and VOCALS. Ofcouse it does not have the 60 watts of head room but it gets amazingly loud.I play places from large noisy bars to small dinner venues. A couple places I could amost do just acoustic they are that small. I no longer need to drag my big room set up out to these gigs. My guitar case weighs more than this amp.I have tested this amp at full volumes and it does not flub or breakup one bit. You do not need a speaker stand for this setup. Just more stuff to carry in. I set it on a chair or under my bar stool.Plain and simple. If you are a solo musician and picky about your sound you will not be disappointed using this little amp. Street fairs, hotel lobbys, coffee houses, you name it.One thing nice to keep weight down is the plastic case. Don't be weary of the small speakers. They are not cheap sounding and can handle this thing at full volumes. The input jacks are plastic something. I'm carefull plugging straight into them and removing the plugs.