The Roland AC-33 acoustic amplifier has been designed to create the perfect balance between portable and even buskable operation and comprehensive tonal features that will suit the amateur and pro players who need to be on-the-move without compromising their sound.
The Roland AC-33 – a 30 Watt model – pumps out stereo sound across a dual-channel setup, which will allow your acoustic guitar to sing out without colouring your sound – unless of course you want to. For that, you have access to reverb, chorus and a spatial-ambience effect (which adds further depth to your tone) – all professionally rendered effects that Roland is of course famous for.
The AC-33 also has phrase-looping capabilities built in – you have as much as 40 seconds of record time to work with, which will be perfect for the solo artist who wants to layer up sounds over the course of a song to wow the crowds or craft new ideas. A feedback filter ensures the integrity of your tone, too.
The amplifier can run on either AC power or eight AA batteries – gigging and busking absolutely anywhere is now suddenly very doable, and a tilt-back stand means you can angle the AC-33 and lift your tone off of the ground when you're competing with the noisy outdoors.
With the AC-33 Roland has created a fantastic amp that'll perfectly accompany the gigging troubadour, allowing portable operation without scrimping on features.
Check out the Roland AC-33 in action below:
Roland AC-33 main features include:
- 30 watts (15W+15W) of natural, stereo acoustic sound through twin speakers
- Runs on AC power or eight AA batteries (or AA rechargeable Ni-MH batteries)
- Dual-channel configuration: Guitar and Mic/Line channel
- Reverb, chorus, and ambience effects (Ambience adds spatial, 3D-type depth to the sound)
- Phrase Looper with 40 seconds of record time
- Stereo AUX input (connect MP3/CD players, etc), headphone output
- Anti-feedback function
- Built-in tilt-back stand
- Removable battery cartridge for easy battery replacement