Fender Acoustasonic 150
Fender Acoustasonic 150

Acoustasonic 150, Solid-State Combo Guitar Amp from Fender in the Acoustasonic series.

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heads on fire 31/12/2011

Fender Acoustasonic 150 : la opinión de heads on fire (content in English)

"For acoustic players that dabble in electric."

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General Specifications

Model Name: Acoustasonic™ 150 Combo
Series: Acoustasonic™
Amplifier Type: Digital
Color / MSRP* / Part # :

150 Watts
150 Watts
Effects Loop: Stereo Effects Loop
Inputs: Two (1/4" Instrument and 1/4" Instrument / XLR Microphone) with Phantom Power
Line Out: Balanced Line Out with Ground Lift and Level Control
Channels: Two (Instrument and MIC / INST)
Power Handling: 150 Watts, Stereo (75 Watts Per Channel)
Horn/Tweeter: One Piezo Horn
Controls: 1/4" Channel: Volume, Treble, Mid, Bass, Voicing Select, String Dynamics, FX Select, FX Level. Microphone Channel: Volume, Treble, Bass, Voicing Select, FX Select, FX Level

Cabinet Material: Strong, Lightweight 5-Ply Plywood Construction
Front Panel: Brown
Cover/Grill Cloth: Brown Textured Vinyl Covering with Black Grille Cloth
Amplifier Length: 10.125" (25.7 cm)
Amplifier Width: 22.37" (56.81 cm)
Amplifier Height: 16" (40.64 cm)
Amplifier Weight: 22.5 lbs. (10.2 kg)
Effects: Vibratone, Chorus, Reverb+Chorus, Chorus+Delay, Delay, Reverb+Delay, Plate, Room, Hall

Speaker: Two 8" Foam-Surround Low-Frequency Drivers

Unique Features: Tilt Back Legs, Lightweight 5-ply plywood construction; Voicing control with Dreadnought, Parlor, and Jumbo selections, as well as Tweed, Blackface, and British amp models for use with electric guitar

Footswitch: Optional 2-Button FX Select Footswitch Available, P/N 0064673000
Knobs: Radio Knobs


This is a very cool amp from Fender. It is built for a guitarist that plays mainly acoustic, but wants to throw in some electric sounds every now and again. To that end, it is a great amplifier. It is lightweight, very loud, and will provide good solid tones for performance.


I would give this a 9 on the acoustic sounds, but a 7 on the electric tones, so I'm splitting the difference at 8 overall. The acoustic timbres are nice, clean, and transparent, offering a good amount of headroom for live venues. Switching over to electric, this will certainly get the job done, but the tones aren't as vibrant as the acoustic side. The electric tones play off of modeling technology, and so Fender can afford to make the amp very lightweight by leaving out heavy tubes inside. This makes the amp very giggable, but the electric tone suffers by comparison, albeit only slightly.


Overall, this is a great product for its intended audience. The amp is a fun, versatile, and easy to carry combo that should last a long time for its owner. Check it out!