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Sep 26, 2017
by Bruce Ohms
Explore the features of the AG200 200W Acoustic Guitar Amp with Digital Effects in this video.
Wish the video included some complex finger picking. It would also be helpful to hear the amp the way an audience would hear it – at performance volume, with mike from 50-100 feet away. Too often, higher volumes mean excessively harsh attack tones and, instead of clear, bell-like ringing treble tones, a harsh biting treble. The most informative test would include comparing the way the guitar sounds unamplified to what is coming out of the amp. The holy grail is a close match. Sounded OK, but this video doesn’t allow me to form any opinion at all about how good that match is.
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