Bugera AC60


Acoustic Combo

  • Power: 60 W
  • Equipped with: 1x 8" Turbosound speakers
  • 2 Channels
  • Effects section with PAN controller: CH1 and CH2
  • Klark Teknik effects processor with 16 effects
  • DI Out XLR
  • Line Out jack
  • FX Send
  • Tuner Out
  • Headphone output
  • AUX In: TRS
  • Dimensions (H x W x D): 275 x 327 x 237 mm
  • Weight: 6.9 kg
  • Channel 1:

  • 6.3 mm Jack input
  • High / low impedance switch
  • "Color" switch
  • Controls for gain, bass, middle and treble
  • Channel 2:

  • Combined XLR / jack with optional 48 V phantom
  • Line / Mix switch
  • Controls for gain, bass and treble
available since July 2016
Item number 384397
sales unit 1 piece(s)
Power in Watts 60
Speaker size 1x 8"
Channels 2
Reverb Yes
Effects Processor Yes
External FX Loop Yes
Microphone Input Yes
Line Input Yes
Battery Operation No
Footswitch connection No
Incl. Footswitch No
Weight 6,9 kg
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Neat little amp
Motherspot 17.03.2020
The amp came well packed as usual from Thomann. The thing that struck me when i unpacked the thing was it's size. It was much smaller than i expected. Smaller than i thought when seeing the pictures on the website and in videos. I tried it out with some acoustic guitars and after some tweaking i got a nice sound out of it. I tried it with different pickups and not all were giving a good sound on the amp. A good, satisfying pickup is important. But the amp is well build, the knobs feel sturdy enough and it's easy to carry. Not heavy and it is small. I bought a good affordable Stairville bag with it that fits it perfectly for easy and safe transport. Although it's 60 watt amp, it's not extremely loud i found. This Bugera acoustic amp will work best in a small venue or coffee shop like environment and when you need more sound you can easily plug it into a PA system trough the connections on the back. Still need time to find the best settings for the effects. Mic input for vocal sound quite well too. A nice buy for not too much cash.
I am using it now for a few months. i'ts alright. With some tweaking you can find OK settings with the build in effects. the effects-loop however is useless....which has a logic because the amp doesn't have a pre- and power amp section. i'ts a gimmick and hardly working. better plug y'r effects in in front. I'll use a TC Hall of Fame reverb & chorus in front. Sounds much better than the ones build-in. Still happy with this light-weight, small & easy to carry amp.


Outstanding value for small gigs
JustGeoff 05.11.2022
A compact little powerhouse that is perfect for small gigs and coffee shop sessions. Highly portable, (many thanks to the reviewer who suggested a Stairville SB130 as a gig bag which fits it perfectly). Oh, and the whole lot only costs about as much as a reverb pedal!
The sound: Like other reviewers, I have used the treble EQ a fair way up to boost the highs, as I like my guitar to be bright and crisp. Took just a few minutes to settle into an EQ I like, but once there it’s very stable and matches my LR Baggs Anthem very well. There are a lot of effects settings, which can be easily overdone changing the sound too much, but just a little medium length reverb dialled in suits my style. The exception is a little slap-back delay when used with a hollowbody 335-lookalike, which is great for jazz, or even some light rockabilly. The phantom power is handy as I can use some condenser mics I already own, and a lapel condenser mic doubles as a resonator pickup on channel 2. A real bonus is the standard pole mount on the bottom – I’ve even used it as a little sound reinforcement PA for a softly spoken speaker in the town hall.
I can’t say I’m a fan of the splatter paint finish, but it looks pretty durable and easier to live with than the inevitable grazes and scratches you’d get on flat black. Kicked back on its stand, it looks classy and acts as a nice monitor if the output is fed to a desk.
Would I have liked a nice oak – finish Compact amp by that other manufacturer? Sure, but I don’t have a spare 900 euros. Would I be able to hear the difference? Possibly. Would my audience notice the difference? Not a chance.


Ciso 08.09.2020
You just can't get any better. I play a nylon acoustic guitar in a traditional portuguese music band. The tone that I can get with this amp is absolutely amazing. It really captures the natural tone of an acoustic guitar. This is a pretty loud amp also that can without any issue fill up a medium-size room. Besides that, you can connect it to a PA if needed and use it as a monitor.
This is by far the best buy I've made.


Good, but who knows for how long.
Valentin giess music 23.10.2022
Sound good with acoustic guitar, gypsy guitar with shatten pickup, acustix violin, even my jazz box.
Compared it with an aer compact ( dont remembrement exact model) sound almost the same, not better or worse, just slitly different.
Good for singer song writter.
Took with me 3 weeks on tour. Still working, but feels cheap. That kind of gear you know it will fail, but don't know when. Still impressed it survive the tour tho.
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