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Fishman Loudbox Mini Acoustic Instrument Amplifier

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4.7 out of 5 stars 108 customer reviews
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  • 60Watts with one 6.5" Woofer and one 1" tweeter
  • Two channels: Instrument & Microphone, with Digital Reverb and Chorus
  • Auxiliary input (1/4" and 1/8") / Balanced XLR output
  • Feedback-fighting Phase switch
  • 3 band EQ: low, mid, high tone controls
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Product Description


Fishman Loudbox Mini Acoustic Instrument Amplifier

Fishman's lightest and most portable amp yet, Loudbox Mini delivers the tonal quality that has made the Fishman name the standard for great acoustic sound. The Loudbox Mini packs 60Watts of clean acoustic power, and has two channels featuring Fishmans legendary preamp and tone control designs, plus digital reverb and chorus for the instrument channel and reverb for the microphone channel. The Loudbox Mini sports an MP3 input and balanced XLR D. I. output a must for jamming along and capturing your performances.

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If you're looking for great sound to inspire your practice sessions, or just need a big, yet portable voice at the local open mic night, look no further than the affordable new Loudbox Mini.


Instrument and Mic Channels:
  • 1/4" input for active or passive pickups
  • Feedback-fighting Phase switch
  • 3 band EQ: low, mid, high tone controls
  • Reverb level
  • Dual-function Chorus
  • XLR input for dynamic microphones
  • 2 band EQ with low and high tone controls
  • Reverb level

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 9.7 x 13.7 x 12 inches ; 19.7 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 22.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B003S3S0DU
  • Item model number: PRO-LBX-500
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (108 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,049 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments)
  • Manufacturer’s warranty can be requested from customer service. Click here to make a request to customer service.
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: August 1, 2010

Customer Reviews

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This is a great little amp, and surprisingly powerful. It's very clean sounding, like the more expensive Fishman amps, but still quite small. I've played an outdoor picnic and at church with it so far, using a mid size Martin guitar and SM58, and I'm very pleased with the purchase. Definitely the best acoustic amp on the market for the money IMO.
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I've played solo fingerstyle instrumental acoustic guitar for about 15 years now and after trying everything, the closest thing I could find to "the sound" that I was looking for was a Crate CA60D (something that still to this day surprises me. Crate?) That was fine and dandy when I lived in the Midwest and drove a car, but now that I live in NYC, lugging a 40 pound amp to a gig on the trains is NOT fun.

Enter the Fishman Loudbox Mini. The first thing that attracted me to it was the weight and size (like almost any other player considering this amp). I was very skeptical but ordered one based on all of the reviews. Within about 2 minutes of plugging in my Taylor 414CE and dialing up the sound I was looking for, my Crate CA60D was quickly fading away like Marty McFly's arm in the photo at the end of Back To The Future. I'm incredibly picky (no pun intended) with my sound as are most guitarists. I like it to have low end that you can almost feel and nice clear highs that aren't too crispy or sharp. This amp nails it perfectly; all of my notes come through nice and clean. I was even brave enough to take it to a gig the day I got it. Worked like a charm and cut through the room (a larger sized somewhat noisy art space) loud and clear. Lugging it around the city was a piece of cake. I love this amp.

Reverb and chorus are nice when you don't want to mess with pedals, I still prefer to have more control though and use external effects (currently a Zoom G2.nu).

My only real complaints with this amp (and I use that term loosely, there's not is that there's not much you can complain about for under $300):

1. The cabinet seems to dent easily. Not sure what kind of material/wood is used for it but it seems a little soft.
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I've tried just about every acoustic amp in this price range and the Loudbox Mini is far superior in many aspects: tone, portability, features and of course price. I've plugged in $100 guitars and $1,000 guitars, still produces a full and rich sound capable of tweaking to your liking. The feedback-fighting phase button is probably the most useful tool on the amp. I tested out a Behringer, Roland, Fender and Acoustic amp -- all had their positives but couldn't quite match the Mini. Reverb and chorus are solid, plus reverb on the mic channel is great. The Mini is plenty loud at 60W and is the perfect companion for small venues and parties. Plus, it's a Fishman -- the name says it all.
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As a gigging nylon-string player, I'm always looking for the holy grail of acoustic guitar amps. Is the Mini sent from heaven?

Compared to most acoustic amp designs, the Loudbox is pretty bare bones: a piezo channel, XLR channel, AUX input, basic digital effects (chorus and reverb), DI out but no effects loop, notch filter or phantom power. The sealed cabinet is covered with brown vinyl and brushed aluminum, imparting a quasi-retro vibe. It appears more attractive than the product pictures. If you drag it to gigs you’ll find it pleasantly light and small. Unfortunately, the vinyl and underlying wood are easily damaged by gentle pressure from straps and carts. It's the most delicate amp I've owned.

PIEZO TONE: I set the tone controls flat, jacked in my Takamine LTD2012 Classical and Hirade TH8SS (classicals with Cool Tubes preamps) and my ears pinned back with powerful output. “Loudbox” is well deserved. The master volume was barely cracked but this little guy puts out. Unfortunately, that big tone sounded closer to an electric guitar than a classical: heavy bass, bright lower trebles, weak mids, quacky tone and compressed dynamics. Obviously, under-saddle piezo pickups are no studio mic but it should sound better than this. So I diddled the controls and it improved but I couldn't dial in a pleasing tone. The best timbre with my Hirade classicals was bass-11:00, mid-3:00 and treble-9:00 (clock face orientation).

Some acoustic guitar amps allow the tweeter to be disabled and I suspect the Mini's overly bright tone would benefit from cutting the tweeter from the circuit. As a point of comparison, Cool Tube piezo pickup tone from my 23-year old Trace Elliot TA50R is significantly more natural, complex and sustained.
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I play a homemade acoustic guitar (it has fairly unique sound) with a Martin Thinline Gold+Plus under-saddle pickup. I read some reviews that marketed this amp as "your instrument, only louder", which is exactly what I was looking for. I'm happy to say that the Fishman Loudbox Mini accurately reproduces my guitar's sound just as the other reviews said. The equalizer is good, and the effects, though somewhat limited, are decent.

What really blew me away though was just how much louder it can make it. I recently played a short show with a full rock band (unshielded drums, bass, electric guitar) in a mostly full auditorium that holds 600+ people. Per the amp's instructions (helpful little book), I turned the master up to full and the gain up to about 6/10 (gain distorts the sound, so you max the volume first)...only to have to turn it down because I was too loud! I ended up playing the show with the gain at about 4.5/10, and was easily heard above the crowd and other instruments. The amp was my only sound output and managed to fill the entire auditorium from a couple feet behind me (couple feet in front of the drums too) in the middle of the stage. There wasn't any feedback and my guitar's sound was undistorted for the show. I had no idea that something substantially smaller than my microwave and weighing less than 20 lbs could be so loud and awesome! It really is just "your guitar, only louder".
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