Summary: I just recently started playing guitar and this is my first amp. I'm VERY meticulous about the things I buy and I research everything to find the best bang for the buck. After hunting the web I came across this little beauty and couldn't wait to get my hands on it. I picked it up and, needless to say, I couldn't be happier! The sound from this little amp is so clear and much louder than I expected it to be.
Pros: Easy to use, Great Build Quality, Great sound, Lots Of Options, Solid But Not Bulky, Versitile
Summary: I'm stunned at the quality of this amp. Superb sounds and just right for playing for personal enjoyment. I'm using it with a Yamaha SLG110S Steel String Silent Guitar and the combination is awesome - everyone whose heard me play have been very impressed with the sound. This is my first acoustic amp having used line 6 amps in the past with a normal electro acoustic guitar but there's no comparison when compared to the THR5A - it's brilliant.
Summary: It's a very neat and handy little unit. I've had a nylon strung Yamaha apx5na eletro acoustic for a few years and have never really enjoyed playing it, found it too subdued. With this well behaved acoustic amp its a different guitar. Great. It also has a useful setting for electric guitar so its a handy practice amp for my Strat.
Summary: Den Roland AC-33 hab ich schon länger und bin recht zufrieden (siehe meine Bewertung hierzu). Für kleine Akustiksessions und Straßenmusik reicht er vollauf und er hat einen separaten Mikrofonkanal zum Singen. Jetzt hab ich mir noch den Yamaha geholt als Desktop-Amp zum Üben mit oder ohne Kopfhörer. Beide Amps erheben den Anspruch, Akustikgitarren zu verstärken (in Stereo!) und zwar mit Netzstrom oder Batterie.