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Voice and electrified classical guitar (Godin ACS SA series) - WHAT AMP????

Hi everybody!
First of all, thank you all for the attention and for the help you will give!

My girlfriend and I are a duo who only recently decided to go and play on the streets. Our instruments are mostly acoustic ones. What we need as a priority is something to plug in a MIC and her electrified classical guitar (Godin ACS SA), but it won't be bad to have a 3rd channel for a bassguitar or bass-ukulele.

I've been surfing the web, included the dedicated pages on this forum, but still I couldn't come up with a solution. Every amp I read of seems to be more suited for electrical or acoustic guitars, while not appropriate for ours.

I'm looking for a portable solution (I'm open to the road of customization and motorbike battery pack if it's the only option), but still we need something wich is lightweight and under the 300€ budget limit


please please please help us XD
It's more than a month that I'm doing daily searches but, even if I'm still I'm a noob of portable amplification, I've waited the more I coud before asking for help on a forum



ps Sorry if we haven't introduced ourself on the forum yet, but as long as we won't have the proper instruments I'm not sure we can define ourselves buskers, though we've already played on the streets sometimes
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  • edited April 17
    This is easy. The Roland AC 33 amp. It has great sound, runs for 8 hrs on batteries, and weighs less than 15 lbs. I use mine for busking on most weekends. It is 30 amps of wonderful sound. I do not use the batteries most of the time, because I have a 200 watt AC portable power supply that I use to power my amp, and my TC Helicon VoiceLive GTX unit. It cost me $99.00 at Walmart, and only weights around 20 pounds. It will power all my stuff for around 55 hours before needing a recharge. As a bonus, it will also jump-start my car if the battery is dead, has a built-in air compressor, so I can pump up a flat tire, and a built-in flexible 100 lumen LED work light. It will power any sound system up to around 175-200 watts. Life is good.....
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