#1
so, i was thinking about gettin an electric-acoustic guitar
but i dont know if i would need a different amp for it

right now i have a small little Fender frontman that i use for practicing.
would i need to get a different amp for an electric-acoustic? or would it sound fine through the fender?
yeah, i've got gear too...
squier strat
squier tele
Ibanez rg4ex
Boss DS-1
Morely Bad Horsie Wah
Digitech Hot Head
Boss GE-7
Zoom G1X
Mesa Boogie 5:50 Express
Vox AD50vt
#2
It will sound ok I would think if your amp is decent. I'll tell you from experience though that they sound way better through a proper acoustic amp. I have both a Marshall Valvestate amp and a Fender Acoustatronic and acoutic guitars sound ok on the Marhsall but killer on the Acoustatronic.
Gibson SG Special Ebony
Epiphone Sheraton w/ Seymour Duncan JB and SH-1 '59
Fender 1985 Made in Japan Stratocaster
Ibanez S470 DXQM Charcoal Brown
Simon Patrick CW Spruce Top Acoustic
#3
in ur case ull do better than average using the fender practice amp as an acoustic amp.
because that particular brand is known for its cleans over its gain channel.
Jenneh

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#4
Regular amps dont seem to catch the....actoustic-ness, as you put it, of acoustic guitars.

Acoustic amps are much better suited to the task, or mic it.