- 60W of Power
- 1x8" Twin Cone Speaker
- 45° Angle to Suit Player's Hearing
- 2 Channels with Individual Tone Stacks
- 1/4"/XLR Input with Mic/Line Selector
- Reverb, Delay, Chorus & Parallel FX Loop
- Variable Blend of Aux FX via Pan Knob
- Standard Footswitch Input
- DI, Line, Headphone & Tuner Outputs
- Individual Gain & Master Volumes
Designed to provide 60W of amplification through its 1x8" twin-cone speaker, the Compact Slope from AER is a two-channel combo amplifier geared toward acoustic guitarists who prefer to have their sound coming up at them from angle from a stage's floor. Because of this amplifier's 45° slope, placement of this amp on the floor will allow you to hear your sound better from a standing position. It's modeled on AER's Compact 60, giving you a dual-channel operation quite suitable for singer/songwriters, with independent tone sections for your guitar and your voice.
The front panel allows you a conventional 1/4" instrument input for channel one, while channel two utilizes a combination jack, and thus, allows for both XLR and 1/4" connections. Channel one provides gain, bass, middle, and treble controls, as well as a high/low selector to suit various types of pickups. The Colour button activates a tone-shaping filter, changing the behavior of the mids in relation to the high-frequencies. On channel two you'll find gain, bass, and treble controls, as well as a selector that allows you to choose between mic and line inputs.