And ordered this from Reverb- Roland MOBILE AC 5-Watt Acoustic Guitar Amplifier Bundle
I'm anxious to hear how it performs- if it actually reproduces what comes out of the sound holes or if the pickups are located to where they only reproduce the inner sounds- if that makes sense. The two electric acoustics I have sound completely different unplugged since they are made from different mat'l- I say material since the Fender FA235E is all laminate and the Ibanez ALT30 is wood- and; spoiler alert: I also ordered a Fender Malibu Player in the color I've been wanting and it was less than the 429 dollar advertised price and it is wood construction-
Gonna be a good week- I hope
I figured I'd go ahead and put this here- Fender Malibu Player Acoustic Electric Guitar Walnut Fingerboard in Midnight Satin
Post by FloridaGull on Jul 27, 2020 9:25:33 GMT -5
I have a Roland Mobile AC! It is a great little amp. I used it at a small outdoor wedding for my stepson and daughter-in-law, and it was quite sufficient.
Just so you know - the MIC input is a high impedence, 1/4" TS, while your typical Mic, like a Shure SM-58, sends a low-impendence signal via XLR. You do not need only an XLR to 1/4" TS adapter, you need an XLR to 1/4" TS low impedence to high impedence adapter...
Congratulations on your soon to be new guitar. It looks a little beauty, and it's got a load of great reviews. Let us all know what you think of it, after you have had time to put it through its paces and run it in.