Acoustic Guitar Amplifier
Amp Your Acoustics.
Hartke's ACR5 is a lightweight 50-watt acoustic guitar amplifier that projects the natural sound of your instrument, while providing versatility for practice and performance. Featuring a 6.5" woofer and 1" tweeter, the ACR5's dual-channel design offers a 3-band EQ on each channel, feedback control, and reverb/chorus effects for both guitar and vocals.
Powered by an efficient 50-watt amplifier, the ACR5 is ideal for open mic nights at small venues. Its 6.5" woofer and 1" soft dome tweeter faithfully reproduce the natural tonal characteristics of your instrument, while the 3-band EQs and 24-bit reverb/chorus effects expand sonic possibilities.
Highly portable, the ACR5 features a low-profile design that weighs only 25 pounds. Its onboard tuner makes for quick and easy tuning adjustments, even on dark stages, while a footswitch input provides additional convenience. The ACR5 also fights feedback by quickly isolating offending frequencies with a provided Notch filter with variable sweep control.
From portable projection to high-quality recordings, the ACR5 is more than just an acoustic guitar amplifier. Its dedicated Mic/Line channel is ideal for singer-songwriters, while a balanced XLR output enables the use of the ACR5's preamp for direct recording or seamless sound system integration. And a dedicated Contour switch provides an ideal mid-EQ shape for acoustic-electric guitars.
- Lightweight acoustic guitar amplifier that weighs 25lb
- Dual-channel design ideal for singer-songwriters
- 3-band EQ and chorus/reverb effects on each channel
- 50 watts of power
- 6.5" woofer, 1" tweeter
- Variable Notch filter for feedback control
- Contour EQ shape button
- Balanced XLR direct output for recording
- 1/4" (Guitar) and XLR/1/4" (Mic/Line) combo inputs
- Stereo 1/4" and 1/8" Aux inputs for line level devices
- 1/4" headphone output
- Onboard guitar tuner
- Footswitch jack
- Molded strap carry handle
Live Performance, Music Education, House of Worship
WARNING: This product contains Chemicals, including DEHP, known to the State of California to cause birth defects and other reproductive harm.