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Vintage Guitar Reviews the 'Gamechanger' Trace Acoustic TA-300 Amplifier

September 7, 2011

Vintage Guitar magazine had plenty of nice things to say in its review of the versatile Trace Acoustic TA-300 acoustic guitar amplifier in its November 2011 issue, available at newsstands now.

"The TA-300 could be a gamechanger ... the evolution of acoustic-guitar amps just took a big step forward," wrote Pete Prown. 

amps just took a big step forward.
"While those who perform live have long known about the heavenly combination of compression and digital effects, it has been a challenge to find them all in one amp. Here, though, those
capabilities are at your fingertips, as they can tweak their volume, tone, and effects all – and this is important – in one box. So where the guitarist formerly had to lug a guitar, amp, or
P.A., and an effects rack, now it’s just one guitar and one 26-pound amp."

Click here to read the full review.
While those who perform live have long
known about the heavenly combination
of compression and digital effects,
it has been a challenge to find them
all in one amp. Here, though, those
capabilities are at your fingertips, as
they can tweak their volume, tone,
and effects all – and this is important
– in one box. So where the guitarist
formerly had to lug a guitar, amp, or
P.A., and an effects rack, now it’s just
one guitar and one 26-pound amp.
While
those who perform live have long
known about the heavenly combination
of compression and digital effects,
it has been a challenge to find them
all in one amp. Here, though, those
capabilities are at your fingertips, as
they can tweak their volume, tone,
and effects all – and this is important
– in one box. So where the guitarist
formerly had to lug a guitar, amp, or
P.A., and an effects rack, now it’s just
one guitar and one 26-pound amp.While
those who perform live have long
known about the heavenly combination
of compression and digital effects,
it has been a challenge to find them
all in one amp. Here, though, those
capabilities are at your fingertips, as
they can tweak their volume, tone,
and effects all – and this is important
– in one box. So where the guitarist
formerly had to lug a guitar, amp, or
P.A., and an effects rack, now it’s just
one guitar and one 26-pound amp.

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