Demo: Test-driving the new Boss Acoustic Singer Live LT at NAMM 2020

Featuring bi-amplification courtesy of a custom woofer and dome tweeter.

NAMM 2020: Boss has unveiled the Acoustic Singer Live LT – the latest addition to its Acoustic Singer Series.

The Acoustic Singer Live LT retains the bi-amplification standard of the rest of the series, while offering a new streamlined look and more minimalistic functionality. A custom woofer and dome tweeter are driven by individual power amps, while the precision cabinet construction serves to enhance definition and clarity, eliminate unwanted resonances and provide maximum projection.

Rated at 60 watts, the Acoustic Singer Live LT provides dual channels for both guitar and vocals, along with discrete analogue circuity and independent three-band EQs. The amp also comes armed with several modulation effects like chorus, delay and reverb. Boss’ Acoustic Resonance processing is another feature on the guitar channel, and assists in restoring natural tone to stage guitars with piezo pickups. Conversely, the mic channel features a one-touch Enhance function that allows users “to achieve big, studio-quality vocals on stage”, the brand claims.

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Other onboard tools of the Acoustic Singer Live LT allow users to deal with persistent feedback issues. Both channels feature a notch filter, and the guitar channel comes with an additional phase switch to invert the guitar signal’s waveform for noise-cancelling purposes. The rear panel of the Acoustic Singer Live LT also features additional connectivity options, allowing for a direct interface with PA systems, music players, computers and more.

The Boss Acoustic Singer Live LT will be available in February at $399.99 (list). For more information, click here.

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