A multitude of acoustic artists have chosen the Sonnet as their acoustic alternative. Discover why.

Sonnet faithfully amplifies the natural response of your acoustic instrument capturing every nuance of its tone and your performance.

Full Frequency Response


Sonnet has a wide dynamic range and has been carefully designed to reproduce the full frequency range produced by an acoustic instrument.

From the extended sub response required for percussive styles, to the ultra-high frequency territory covered by many piezo pickups – Sonnet gives you full control over everything.

The High Pass Filter (HPF) and Brilliance controls allow you to adjust the crucial body resonance and piezo high-end of your acoustic instrument.


Perfect for Performers


Compact, lightweight and powerful


Studio quality reverb with separate level for each channel


Screw out tilt stand lets you use Sonnet as an onstage monitor, whilst feeding your preferred mix to the sound engineer via XLR


Optional stand adapter for PA pole mounting


Bluetooth for audio playback



Your Livestream Hub. Your Recording Interface.
USB recording – connect direct to your laptop or desktop for effortless and phenomenal sounding recording straight to your DAW.

Livestreaming – connect to your phone or tablet and capture incredible sounding livestreams and videos, with audio synced to your device’s camera in real time.

ConditionBrand New (New)
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Brand
Model
  • Sonnet 60 Natural Response 60-Watt 1x6.5" Acoustic Guitar Amp
Finish
  • Blonde
Categories
Year
  • 2020 - Present
Made In
  • China

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