#1
i am planning on buying a Breedlove pretty soon and was wondering if i could use the Fender amp as a viable amp for the acoustic will anything happen if i at least try it?
has anyone here tried doing that?
#2
yep and you get alot of feedback by doing nothing but picking one string or no stirngs at all! i tried it with my acoustic guitar and 15watt fender! LOUD FEEDBACK NEARLY BLEW MY SPEAKER DO NOT TRY!
#4
Quote by the-kid66(2)
even on the clean channel
did you habe it on the dirty?

yep!
#5
You can run an acoustic thru an electric guitar amp, but there will be feedback issues. Acoustic guitar amps usually have some sort of anti-feedback system in place. Keep the volume down, maybe get an eq pedal to notch out the offending frequency, it'll work. You won't hurt anything trying.
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#6
+1

and which fender amp?
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#8
it will work, and it can sound very very good, but I would use a very good noise gate with it.
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#9
but in that case what would be a good acoustic amp to look for in the market i dont know much about acoustic amps and my first tought is Ultralights, i dont want to be premature and want to be sure that theres other amps out there that are bettor for a bill or two more
#10
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it will work, and it can sound very very good, but I would use a very good noise gate with it.

what makes you so sure.not mening to be rude or anything just want to know.
oh and would a EHX humbdebuger work is that a noise gate?
#11
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but in that case what would be a good acoustic amp to look for in the market i dont know much about acoustic amps and my first tought is Ultralights


I have an Ultrasound, which is a really nice little acoustic amp. It's a little coffee shop machine with some usable reverb/chorus type FX and a second channel for a mic. SWR makes the California and Strawberry Blonde acoustic amps, they're high quality, too.
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what makes you so sure.not mening to be rude or anything just want to know.
oh and would a EHX humbdebuger work is that a noise gate?


because i've played acoustics through fender reverbs before. And IRC the hum debugger is a noise canceller, which isn't what you need to reduce feedback.
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