Mooer Audio has debuted its new SD50A acoustic guitar amplifier.
The SD50A features two separate preamp channels - which can be used for guitar and vocals or two guitars - plus a combination 8” FRFR speaker and 1” tweeter, a 150-second looper and drum machine, and Bluetooth capability.
In terms of sonics, each channel on the amp features its own EQ, reverb, delay and chorus effects - with 10 storable presets - plus tap tempo, anti-feedback switches and compatibility with Mooer’s wireless footswitch.
Elsewhere, the amp features a convenient kick-back stand, an onboard tuner, USB phone recording and an XLR DI output. It doesn't take batteries, and requires a power source to run.
The Mooer Audio SD50A acoustic guitar amp is available now. Its U.S. price has yet to be revealed, but in the U.K. it goes for £369 (~$470).
For more info on the amp, stop by mooeraudio.com.
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