Specially made for acoustic players who need their power in a small, lightweight and attractive package, the AT108 is a versatile amp that can give you the boost you need -- and handle your mic and CD player too.
The Behringer Ultracoustic AT108 is a small, two-channel, 15-watt amplifier for acoustic guitars.
It’s also a great choice for harmonicas, violins and other acoustic instruments that need some amplification to be heard above a crowd or over the rest of the band.
Featuring Behringer’s solid-state Virtual Tube Technology, the Behringer AT108 gives you sound that’s as close to true tube tone as you can get from electronic circuits.
This combo amp sends the sound through a dual-cone eight-inch speaker -- or you can plug in some headphones for quiet practice when you don’t want to be heard.
It also has a three-band EQ so you can shape the sound as you like it.
Players who want to sing along but can’t lug around a complete sound system will appreciate two features in particular.
The first is a microphone input with a separate volume control.
The second is a CD input that allows you to run a track or play your audience something recorded while you’re on break.
The CD input can also handle an MP3 player.
Although the company doesn’t mention it, we’re told that you can even hook up a second instrument to this channel if the instrument has its own volume control.
The AT108’s best feature may be its easily portable size, however.
There are few guitar amplifiers worth mentioning that are small enough and light enough to take on a bus or train, but at 12 pounds and only a bit over 14 inches wide, this model can go anywhere.
It’s also small enough to be discreet when you need a boost but don’t necessarily want a lot of equipment showing.
That’s great for playing a small coffee shop, for example.
Electronic components are enclosed in metal for protection, and the durable outer shell is made of wood covered in vinyl.
And the design isn’t just intended for durability.
We think this is a great looking box. If we had to classify its look, we’d call it vintage professional.
It’s not sleek or modern, but it will give your small jam sessions or gigs an air of professionalism.
For all these reasons and many others, reviewers praise the simple AT108.
Order your Behringer AT108 acoustic instrument amplifier today and give your sound the discreet boost it needs.
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