The Acoustic Junior, Acoustic Junior Go and Acoustic SFX II are available to order now.
Fender have officially launched their latest run of acoustic guitar amplifiers, providing players with a feature-packed and portable alternative for live shows.
Comprised of the compact Acoustic Junior Go, the slightly bigger Acoustic Junior and a stereo SFX II, all models in the new series make use of nifty features such as Bluetooth streaming and an onboard looper, while XLR outputs and a USB input for audio recording make each amplifier perfect for use both onstage and at home.
Each amplifier in the series also features two channels and a combo TRS/XLR input, with a 3-band EQ and eight effects – including a myriad of reverb, delay and modulated tones – allowing for a rich range of sounds on guitar and vocals alike.
For acoustic purists, the Fender SFX II even boasts a side-firing 6″ SFX speaker and compression tweeter, with the amp’s Stereo Field Expansion delivering lush, full tones to add depth to any guitar tone.
The Acoustic Junior Go even features a rechargeable battery to let punters unplug from the wall and hit the streets, with the battery lasting for up to 5 hours on full volume and a commendable 12 hours when outputting a moderate volume.
All amps can also be controlled by an optional MGT-4 footswitch, giving players immediate access to the amplifier’s looper and inbuilt effects.
Hear how the range sounds in the video below – with Christmas just over the horizon, we reckon Fender have bagged themselves a winner with these new acoustic amplifiers.
Check out all the specs and pricing details over at Fender Music Australia.