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    What Acoustic Amp for P22?

    Have been checking out ( online stores and youtube) acoustic amps to use with my P22. Have several tube amps for "Electric" side but want that "real" acoustic sound.

    Dont want to spend a lot of $$ so at present amconsidering Marshall AS50D. Anybody tried one or have one for use with a piezo solid-body (not acoustic) guitar?

    Thanks

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    Fishman Loudbox works for me (P22, HBII, SE Angelus Custom)
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    I have this one...

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    This is what i was also going to recommend.

    Quote Originally Posted by watelessness View Post
    Fishman Loudbox works for me (P22, HBII, SE Angelus Custom)

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    I have one of the little Ibanez Troubadour acoustic amps and it provides a decent sound for not much $$.
    I have interestingly also found that the OD channel on my Koch Twintone II is very nearly as good for the Piezos on my Parker Nitefly. The clean channel is too bright, the OD is a little darker and the extra little bit of gain (not enough to get any drive) and compression work really well and it sings. I also tried it on my Pro Junior and it isn't bad either.
    Has anyone else tried this?

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    Might be bigger than the OP is looking for but I've been looking at some of the new Powered speakers. For example:
    http://www.sweetwater.com/store/detail/MSR100/

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    http://www.sweetwater.com/store/detail/EON515XT/
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