Dual Channel, 60 Watt Acoustic Combo
The Bronzewood 60 was specifically designed to get the very best from your electro-acoustic instruments, while integrating a dedicated microphone channel. The Guitar channel features an adjustable compressor, reverb, active three-band EQ with semi-parametric sweepable mids and SansAmp tube/mic emulation circuitry to remove the harsh harmonics from piezo pickups. The Mic channel has switchable phantom power for condenser microphones, active EQ and mixable reverb. From the Elvis-cool crocodile vinyl covering to the sweet open tone, this is the last word in amps for any acoustic player headed for the stage or studio.
|Input Impedance:||(Guitar): 4.7M Ohms |
(Mic): 3.3k Ohms
|Nominal Input Level:||-20dBu|
|Optimal Output Load:||8 Ohms|
|Effect Loop Input Impedance||1MOhm|
|Maximum Effect Loop Input||approx. -10dBm|
|Nominal Effect Loop Output Impedance||1KOhm|
|Nominal Effect Loop Output||approx. -10dBu|
|Effect Loop Output Level*||0 to -10dBu|
|Maximum Power Consumption:||120W|
|AC Input Power:||(Factory set): 100V, 117V, 220V, 230V, 240V|
|NOTE: AC power cannot be switched. See authorized dealer/distributor for voltage modification information.|
|Speaker:||Model #2112-A, Special design 12″ / 100W – 8 Ohms|
|Horn:||Model #2125-H, Special design / 60W – 8 Ohms|
|Dimensions:||20″w x 17″h x 11″d|
Note: With on-going product development and improvements, specifications and/or the cosmetic appearance of this unit may change without prior notice. Replacement parts are available, i.e., knobs, logo plate, handles, etc. For more information, please contact your authorized dealer or Tech 21.
Special design 12” speaker and high frequency horn.
Mid Shift and Mid EQ controls range from 170Hz to 3kHz, ±16dB respectively.
SansAmp XLR Direct Out for stage and studio applications allows you to go direct to any mixing console. For live gigs, you can run directly into the P.A. system. In larger venues, you’ll be able to utilize the P.A. monitors to supplement your stage volume.
Full length, 6-spring reverb.
A Reverb Mix controls the balance of reverb between the Guitar and Mic channels.
Headphone output, which can also be used as a 1/4” direct out.
Footswitch jack that accepts any alternating footswitch to control the Reverb function. An optional factory footswitch is available.