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Acoustic Amp vs Keyboard Amp
Old 6th October 2013
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Acoustic Amp vs Keyboard Amp

Whats the difference between these two amps? Are they just titled differently to sell, or do they actually have different qualities in frequency range and other stuff? Could you use an acoustic in a keyboard amp with as great sound quality and visa versa? Thanks! Couldn't find this topic anywhere on here.
Old 6th October 2013
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Keyboard amp inputs are designed for line level, low impedance signals.

Acoustic amps usually have an instrument, high impedance input (much higher sensitivity needed for the low signal from guitar pickups)
And a mic input so the amp can be used as a small PA and guitar amp in one.
Old 8th October 2013
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Does one have a higher frequency range that the other?
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