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Dunlop GA Rockman® Guitar Ace
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- Practice silently anywhere, with great tone
- Built-in compression, volume control and auxiliary stereo input/output
- Tone controls: select clean, semi and heavy distortion
- Lets you hear your instrument's dynamic range and clarity to inspire you to "pick up your guitar and play"
- Hear your instrument's dynamic range
- High quality
- Low priced
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After seeing many of the love/hate reviews, it became very clear that one needs to remember the purpose of this unit is an option to practice quietly and of course you also can jam along with a music track at the same time. It will never sound like a good guitar amplifier, so don't expect it too.
The controls are simple and straight forward. Plugging the guitar chord into the input of the unit turns the unit on. Two push buttons; Clean/Distort and Semi/Heavy, a volume control, aux stereo input, head phone jack, and 12V adapter plug. Also has a belt clip so if you want to walk around the neighborhood playing you could...
Clean Position: since I am running my pedal board into the Rockman input so I will only using the clean position. It's tinny sounding compared to amp sound; it is usable and adjusting the headphone tone input settings gives it a better tone, seemingly less headphone volume is better I than louder settings. The Rockman and my Wampler Pinnacle distortion pedal appear to not like each other much. Could adjust the pedal but it is set for the amplifier, not the head phones, will be something to work around during practice.
Distorted Positions: Played a bit, not impressed at all! It has a Semi distorted and Heavy distorted settings, the semi setting is OK. Honestly, I use my pedal board for this sound so I will never use this anyway. If you're into metal, the Metal version Rockman might be a better choice. The Heavy Dist setting sounded horrible to me, distortion over ran all tone quality.Read more ›
To me, the SR&D and Dunlop products sound alike, in clean and distorted modes. It appears that Dunlop has succeeded in continuing the tradition that Tom Scholz started. The settings are limited, but I think the Guitar Ace still has a great sound when used with decent headphones.
It would be nice to see Dunlop re-release some of the more sophisticated Rockman products, such as the X100 or the Soloist.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Not sure how its possible that this thing hasnt changed in 20 years plus. Still works great.Published 2 months ago by Diver
Bought two as gifts, neither worked. Returned both, never got a refund.Published 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
Poor audio quality compared to the original which I was attempting to replace. Looks like its ebay time.Published 6 months ago by AC/DC
Awesome headphone amp, and can be used to modify the signal through your amp for incredible tone.Published 10 months ago by E. L. Jimenez
A great way to practice in the house without aggravating the dog but the sound quality is kind of crappyPublished 11 months ago by Reaper
It didn't work. Amazon was very good about returning my payment.Published 12 months ago by cee jay kay