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Hi, I've just got an AS50D acoustic amp so a mate and I can do acoustic gigs. Is it possible to run an acoustic guitar in channel 1, and an acoustic bass in channel 2 along with a mic? 

asked 30 May 2021 at 01:54 AM

Brendan Murphy
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Hi! 

A newbie question here. Just bought the as50d amp and I'm a bit lost with the effects controls on it. So here's the thing that's bothering me, does the switches for channel one and two also control reverb or is reverb always on if the control nob is turned on of course. It is always on my amp if the nob is turned, even when non of the channel switches aren't pressed. Should it be like that that or is it something wrong with the amp? So should the channel switches next to chorus also turn on or off the reverb or not? 

 

asked 27 Oct 2018 at 08:31 AM

Daniel Johansson
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I have an old acoustic AS80R that I have been using with a semi acoustic electric guitar for a nice clean sound. I like the sound of the combo (it has Celestion speaker elements), but the amplifier makes a constant 100 Hz buzz as soon as I turn it on, even when no guitar is connected. The buzz is louder than what I consider normal. Two professional service shops have tried to repair it.

Could I use it as speaker cabinet and replace the amp with a separate amplifier & how to do it?

asked 07 Nov 2017 at 09:27 AM

Jukka Toivola
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My AS50D acoustic combo has been working beautifully and I use it for a weekly residency gig.  Yesterday the sound suddenly crackled and faded to silent on both channels.  It was very embarrassing but I finished the gig acoustically.

When I got it home it worked fine but then after a few minutes it crackled and faded again.  I wonder if it's a problem when it warms up?

Can you recommend a course of action?  I need to get back up and running asap and reliably.  Is it likely to be a simple connection that needs re-soldered so I can point an electrician in the right direction or should I just dump it as a bad job and replace with a  more reliable amp?

Thanks

asked 03 May 2017 at 10:33 AM

Andy Craig
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i seem to remember seeing a previous question where someone asked if you could use an acoustic with the code. The reply from the tech team was it was disigned for use with electric only my question is has anybody out there used it with an acoustic and if so does it sound any good.

 

cheers. 

asked 30 Apr 2017 at 08:05 AM

Martin Blyth (26)
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Lost power on channel #2  AS100D   Lost power ONLY in the instrument jack and the mic jack beside it.......amp is about 2years old with little use  HELP  HELP

asked 24 Apr 2017 at 08:13 PM

parker trader
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I'm the user of CODE25. It's very  useful when playing guitar and recording the simple contents.

It's really almost reproduce the key charactoristics of each amp and cabinet.

 

By the way,

I want to using it when playing acoustic guitar.

Why don't marshall develop the acoustic amp model for CODE?

Or already they try for Christmas box?

asked 16 Mar 2017 at 06:01 AM

Ted Kim
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