Here's what YouTube guitar teacher JustinGuitar says about EastCoast Guitars
"Having played a lot of budget instruments in recent months, I can confidently say that the EastCoast guitars are by far the best bang for buck I've tried. They all had a "low action" (which means the strings are easier to press down) which is perfect for beginners and means less finger pain and a lot more fun!"
Eastcoast's acoustic amplifier is a delightfully affordable 25 watt combo packed full of features to suit "grab n' go" buskers and eager beginners.
Boasting a single 6" speaker installed in a classy wooden enclosure, the amp also sports a flexible 3-band EQ that allows you to sculpt the perfect acoustic sounds. Other key features include built-in chorus and reverb effects, as well as a separate microphone input and an AUX MP3 input for jamming along to your favourite tunes!
A 2-channel acoustic amplifier at this price is practically unheard of, which is why the Eastcoast amp presents such incredible bang-for-buck. Offering a main instrument input for your acoustic guitar, the additional XLR input on the rear of the amp's chassis enables you to connect a microphone too if you don't have an electro acoustic.
As an aspiring singer-songwriter, these dual inputs allow you to amplify both your acoustic and your voice simultaneously. And with separate volume controls for each input, you can easily balance the two for an even-sounding mix.
Effects are often built into high-end acoustic amps, but never affordable ones. This is a rare exception and comes equipped with both warbly chorus and ambient reverb sounds to fill out your sound.
Each effect has an individual level control and also feature setting switches to alter their sonic character. The chorus switch varies the amount of modulation speed, while the reverb switch flicks between 'Room' and 'Hall' sounds.
An included 12V adaptor makes powering the Kinsman KAA25 acoustic amp incredibly easy at home. But if you're keen to get out there and busk, the amplifier can be operated with 8 AA batteries. It's ready to go no matter what the scenario!
- MIC/VOL – Control the microphone volume
- INPUT – 1/4” jack for instrument input
- MIC INPUT – XLR connection for microphones
- AUX MP3 – Connect digital device such as MP3 player/phone/tablet
- VOL – Control the guitar volume
- LOW – Bass frequency level control
- MID – Middle frequency level control
- HIGH – Treble frequency level control
- CHORUS – Chorus control with two speed settings
- REVERB – Reverb control with two space settings (Room and Hall)