Beta Aivin WOOD60 60W Acoustic Guitar Amplifier - Mic Input and FX
Beta Aivin WOOD60 60 Watt Acoustic Guitar and Microphone Amp
Perfect for the Singer/Songwriter
With the guitar input designed specifically for acoustic guitar, and a separate dedicated channel for microphone, it's easy to see why this amp is a great choice for the acoustic singer/songwriter looking to add a bit more volume to their sound. The amp will replicate your acoustic sound accurately, and with 60W of power behind you, will easily project your songs out into the world for all to hear.
Designed for Acoustic Guitar
Most guitar amps are designed for electric guitar. They have a certain grunt and tonality that complements the mellow tones of an electric guitar. In this amp, however, the gain setting, notch filter, EQ controls, and overall tone are all set up for an acoustic steel string guitar, to deliver a smooth and crystal clear sound. Not only will it sound great with an acoustic, but the 3 band EQ with sweepable mid frequency control allows you to customize your sound beyond what most amps of this type offer.
Dedicated Microphone Channel with EQ + Effects
An entire channel, complete with gain, EQ, notch filter and output volume is dedicated solely to the use of a dynamic microphone. A combo jack allows for both XLR or 1/4" input jack from the mic, so whether using a pro-audio dynamic mic (XLR) or a common Karaoke mic (1/4" TS), you'll be able to jack in to this amp to get your voice heard.
The amp includes a built in effects unit giving the option of chorus, flanger, delay or reverb, to give your sound that extra edge. Each effect has a range of intensities to suit your needs. As if the in built effects wasn't enough, the effects unit is routed to the guitar channel and microphone channel separately, so you can adjust the level of the effect in each channel independently.
Got Your Own Lovingly Crafted Effects Setup Already?
Easily sorted. The effects send and return allows you to patch your own carefully crafted effects loop into the mix. Note that the effects send and return applies to both channels simultaneously and can't be selected as one or the other.
Tilt Back for Clearer Sound - On Stage or at Home
The angled in back panel with feet are designed so that the amp can be tilted back on a 45 degree angle. This allows the amp to be used as a foldback wedge for on stage sound, or just to give a clearer sound when practicing at home by facing the speaker directly at you.
Packed Full of Other Features
A dual RCA auxiliary input allows you to plug in an iPhone or mp3 player to use as a backing track. An independent volume control for this input makes it easy to get the right mix between performance and backing, whatever the situation. A built in headphone output feeds directly from the main output so you can practice to yourself while still being able to test out different onboard effects.
Another interesting feature is the built in pitch pipe, which will sound out a high 'A' note (A5) when the tuner button is pressed. This can be used to aid the tuning of a guitar by locating the pitch of your 2nd string (A string) and tuning the rest of your strings off this.
- Dedicated microphone input
- Designed For acoustic guitar
- Auxiliary input with level control
- Independent channel volume control
- Separate 3-band EQ on Ch1 and Ch2 (sweepable mids on CH1)
- Notch filters for both channels
- Onboard Effects for Each Channel (Chorus, Flanger, Delay, Reverb)
- Effects Send/Return
- Preamp Output
- Headphone Output
- XLR direct line output
- Compact and portable
- Vintage look
- Model: WOOD 60
- Output Power: 60W RMS
- Speaker: 2x 8" Woofer/Tweeter
- Input Sensitivity/Impedance:
- CH1 470K?,
- CH2: 20mV/660?
- Input Connections:
- 1/4" jack Guitar Jack
- XLR/TRS Microphone Jack
- Dual RCA Auxiliary In
- 1/4" jack Effects Return
- Output Connections:
- 1/4" jack Effects Send
- XLR Direct Out
- 1/4" jack Stereo Headphone Out
- Dual RCA Preamp Out
- Power Input: 240V/50Hz
- Dimensions: (WxDxH) 500x255x350mm
- Net Weight 12.7kg
A a a a a a a a it works18 January 2017Well I'm the last person u would want to ask about amplifiers played guitar for 47 years owned 3 before this 1 and still have to ask someone to set amp up.so saying that amp makes a loud noise makes me sound like a singer, my 12 string morris tornado sound absolutely Devine, so what more does a person want out of a amplifier. PS, to sales U don't supply enough star for rating, only 5 need 10 for my amp.