Fishman PRO-LBX-500 Loudbox Mini 60-Watt Combo Acoustic Guitar Amplifier


Item No. 600657
Alt. Part # Mini
UPC Code 605609107190
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The Fishman Loudbox amplifier looks small but packs a serious punch!  Fishman's state-of-the-art technology allows this amp to sound like amps 3 times its size and will impress even the most discerning ear.  Versatile enough for demonstrations or gigging out in small to medium sized venues with 2 channels (mic or instruments) plus line-in for playing tracks. - Sam

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Fishmans lightest and most portable amp yet, Loudbox Mini delivers the tonal quality that has made the Fishman name the standard for great acoustic sound. The Loudbox Mini packs 60 Watts of clean acoustic power, and has two channels featuring Fishmans legendary preamp and tone control designs, plus digital reverb and chorus for the instrument channel and reverb for the microphone channel. The Loudbox Mini sports an MP3 input and balanced XLR D.I. output a must for jamming along and capturing your performances. If you're looking for great sound to inspire your practice sessions, or just need a big, yet portable voice at the local open mic night, look no further than the affordable new Loudbox Mini. Fishman PRO-LBX-500 Loudbox Mini Acoustic Guitar Amplifier features: Instrument Channel1/4" input for active or passive pickupsFeedback-fighting Phase switch3 band EQ: low, mid, high tone controlsReverb levelDual-function Chorus Microphone ChannelXLR Input for dynamic microphones2 band EQ with low and high tone controlsReverb level Specifications: Power: 60W with Master VolumeDrivers: 6.5" woofer, 1" tweeterSpeaker baffle: 10 built-in tiltDimensions: 12" H x 13.7" W x 9.7" D (30.5cm x 34.9cm x 24.7cm)Weight: 19.7 lbs.Two channels: instrument & microphoneDigital Reverb and ChorusAuxiliary input (1/4" and 1/8")D.I. output: balanced XLR output
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