Built from lightweight plywood and featuring generous output power, high fidelity, studio-grade effects and a 60-second looper, the new Acoustic Junior, Acoustic Junior Go and Acoustic SFX II are suitable for those needing a no-fuss solution for small gigs and rehearsals. These new Acoustic amps are slated to arrive in dealers some time this October, so keep your eyes peeled for more news in coming months.
Both the Acoustic Junior and Acoustic Junior GO feature best-in-class performance for both acoustic guitar and vocals, delivering a huge natural tone that’s perfect for stripped-down sets. The amps also feature rechargeable batteries for total portability, making for a killer little busking rig to boot.
For something with a little more grunt, the Acoustic SFX II delivers two channels for instrument and microphone use, each with their own bank of studio-quality effects. The sound is enhanced even further by Fender’s Stereo Field Expansion technology, creating a wide, stereo-imaged sound to fill out any room you’re in.
Fender have also unleashed new editions of their popular Tone Master modelling amplifiers, which were released last year to widespread acclaim, with the new Tone Master Deluxe Reverb Blonde and Tone Master Twin Reverb Blonde amplifiers. These new amps also feature a few notable tweaks, such as new Celestion G12 NEO Creamback speakers, while the Tone Master Deluxe Reverb does away with a virtual bright cap to make for a more flexible tone.
Elsewhere, the Tone Master amps offer a bunch of power attenuation options, a mute switch and a balanced XLR output with impulse response cabinet simulations captured by a Shure SM57 and Sennhesier MD421. These models are slated to arrive in dealers some time in September – keep your eyes out for them soon.
Head to Fender Music Australia to check out all the latest gear today.