Top 5 Acoustic Guitar Amps of 2019

Top 5 Acoustic Guitar Amps of 2019

Amplifying an acoustic guitar has always been tricky… screaming feedback, awkward mic positions and that dreaded plastic-y tone! It’s 2019, we can do better than that. That’s why we created this Top 5 list of the best acoustic guitar amplifiers we could find in our shop. Let us know what you think…



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Fishman Loudbox Mini with Bluetooth


Fishman, the leading brand in acoustic amplification, has done it again with this Bluetooth-ready beast.  Two channels (for guitar and mic), on-board phase and chorus effects, an AUX input and a Mix DI output make this amp an excellent-sounding all-rounder. Check out the rest of the specs on the product page, you won’t be disappointed.

Acus One-8 Simon M2 Wood

Besides its designer-furniture aesthetic, the One-8 Simon M2 packs 4 channels, an 8″ Woofer + ring HT, a peak LED, a resonance filter (100-250 Hz), 4 digital effects (Rev1, Rev2, Chorus, Delay), 4-band (parametric) tone control and 200 watts into a beautiful multilayer laminated wood enclosure. Enough about the look, this acoustic amp sounds fantastic in any home or on any stage.

Laney A1

This 120-watt acoustic amp from Laney won’t disappoint either with its 8″ Speaker + tweeter, 2 Channels, XLR and jack inputs, Phantom power, 3-Band EQ, 16 Digital effects, adjustable AUX input, FX loop and headphone output. Its housing is made up of MDF (Medium Density Fiberboard) with a wooden laminate ensuring a long-lasting, warp-proof enclosure.

Elite Acoustics A6-55 Acoustic Amplifier

This USA-made tank of an amp is so practical for bands on the road: it can be run on batteries for up to 8 hours and can be charged in your car. It also packs several features such as 16 Integrated effects, Bluetooth, FX loop, and 100 watts of power. More spec on the product page.
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Joe has been singing since he can remember and started playing guitar when he was 10. He's been using it as a songwriting tool ever since. He is passionate about melody and harmony and admires musicians who create these in unique ways. Check out his alternative / indie projects Best of Feelings and Zef Raček.


    Hey there,
    I would add the Marshall AS100d.
    Its a superb amp with massive sound and durability and I just love it. I’m a singer/guitarplayer and use this amp for my solo gigs for almost 3 years now and I’m very satisfied. It covers small venues like coffeshops, restaurants and pubs very well.
    The only con is its toooooo heavy and uncomfortable to carry longer distances and the leatherhandle busts quickly, so I took it to a shoemaker to make a new, stronger one.
    Nevertheless I would recommend this amp with all of my heart!

    I have the Acus 6t and with the phono input it means me and my singing partner can plug in 2mics and 2 guitars and then use the direct out to feed into our p.a. The sound is fantastic. I cannot believe there is a better acoustic amp out there

    I used a Marshall AS100D for years then I tried the ACUS. Best acoustic sound ever. However, three total meltdowns with three different ACUS amps soon had me scuttling back to the Marshall. The handles are awful things made from cardboard. I fixed mine with a leather dog collar. If you think it’s too heavy you need to move up to 3 weetabix…

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