#1
Hey just wondering if it is actually worth getting an acoustic amp for my acoustic electric guitar. My fender amp doesnt really have any effects other than clean, reverb, and an over drive setting. I'm just wondering if an acoustic amp will make my guitar sound better.
My gear:

Fender Highway one Telecaster
Squier Strat (highly upgraded)
Ibanez Rg120
Various effect pedals
Fender Fontman 65r guitar amp
Alvarez rd4102c acoustic-electric guitar
#2
I think you'll find more answers in the Guitar Gear & Accessories forum than here
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#3
Ya it probably would if you used one with chorus effects. I just ordered the Fender Acoustasonic Jr DSP. I tried it at the shop and thought it sounded great! Just $500 too for an 80 watt amp with 2 inputs for either 2 guitars or 1 guitar 1 microphone.
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#4
Quote by obeythepenguin
Acoustic amps are usually designed for flat frequency response -- they don't color your sound like electric guitar amps do. They usually also have some kind of feedback suppression. Electronically they're more like bass or keyboard amps than electric guitar amps.

Whether all that makes it sound better is entirely subjective. If you like how the electric amp sounds, you may as well leave it, since it isn't harming anything.

ok thanks for the help
My gear:

Fender Highway one Telecaster
Squier Strat (highly upgraded)
Ibanez Rg120
Various effect pedals
Fender Fontman 65r guitar amp
Alvarez rd4102c acoustic-electric guitar