NUX Stageman Charge II AC80 - PG Gear Spotlight

Watch how this dual-channel acoustic combo combines a pile of effects with features aimed at singer/songwriters on the go.


Stageman Charge II AC80

The Stageman II has 2 channels and both are optimized for acoustic guitar and microphone inputs respectively.

The dual-input channels, on the NUX Stageman II acoustic guitar amplifier, provide you with even more options for gigs or studio recording.

Equipped with NUX's latest DSP technology, the Stageman II delivers pure, rich acoustic sound with projection far beyond its size.

The Stageman II has flexible outputs for both stage and recording applications, and is designed for your interface needs. XLR DI output and Line output jack can be used as an analog audio-out for recording or sending to a monitor.

To accentuate your customized sound, Send/Return FX Loop inputs interface with any of your essential effects gear.

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$539

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