#1
Purchased this Fender amp a few months ago and used it with my previous acous.elec and it worked out fine--haven't used a Taylor plugged into it yet-will this be fine using it at home and in a small group session???
#2
What is your concern? I'm confused as to why you think it wouldn't be fine.

I would assume you just have some obscene thought that plugging one thing into another is a bad idea, but you're doing it right by plugging acoustic electronics into an acoustic amp.
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#3
Ya those are great amps I have the acoustasonic Jr (the 80 watt one) and I rarely move the volume past level 3 while playing at home.
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#4
Should be fine. I prefer using bass amps for my acoustic guitars, but that's really just preference.
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