Ultrasound Amplifiers today introduces the Ultrasound AG15M acoustic amplifier. The amp features two channels: one to accommodate a mic XLR input with separate volume and a second designed to amplify fiddles, mandolins, guitars and any other acoustic instrument.


Glendale, AZ (May 21, 2013) -- Ultrasound Amplifiers today introduces the Ultrasound AG15M acoustic amplifier. The amp features two channels: one to accommodate a mic XLR input with separate volume and a second designed to amplify fiddles, mandolins, guitars and any other acoustic instrument. It comes equipped with a single, custom made 8” coaxial speaker and tweeter with 15 watts of power. The AG15M offers 100% transparent tone and is now available online and in retailers worldwide.

The dual channel AG15M includes a volume control for each channel and separate bass, middle, treble and presence tone control knobs for the instrument input. In addition, the AG15M includes a separate 1/4” stereo headphone out that disengages the internal speaker, a direct out and a line out for maximum flexibility.

Weighing in at just under 17 lbs and no bigger than 11” tall x 15” wide and 9” deep, the AG15M is designed for optimal portability without sacrificing performance or tone.

MSRP: $299 USD

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