See how the Fender Frontman 10G stacks up against the Behringer Ultracoustic At108 Ultra-Compact With Vtc-Technology in today's product comparison. Not sure which is right for you? With so many great options on the market that's hardly surprising, so read on and see if we can help you reach a decision. For more information and product comparisons, check out our longer article here.
First, let's have a look at the Fender Frontman 10G. On a budget? Want a really good practice amp? Then check this one out. Fender has a complete range of products to satisfy the needs of both audiophiles and audio pros.
The second product we will be examining in this comparison is the Behringer Ultracoustic At108 Ultra-Compact With Vtc-Technology. This is a compact 2-channel amp with 15 watts and is ideal for amplifying almost any acoustic instrument. It features state of the art technology known as the virtual tube circuitry (VTC), so you get a truly tube-like sound from it.
It's the smallest guitar amp by Fender but still has great quality sound. The ease of use that you get with this guitar amp is unmatched.
|HEAD TO HEAD COMPARISON|
|Fender Frontman 10G||Behringer Ultracoustic At108 Ultra-Compact With Vtc-Technology|
+ 10-watt Fender with enough power for a good practice amp.
+ 1-6” Fender special design speaker for loud sound.
+ Closed back design for heavier bass.
+ Controlslike Gain, Treble, Volume, Bass for simple, easy operation.
+ Dual channel ideally designed to suit almost every acoustic instrument.
+ 8” dual-cone speaker with 20-watt power and excellent wide frequency response.
+ Has an additional microphone input and separate volume control.
|WHAT OUR TEAM THOUGHT|
|The Fender Frontman 10G Electric Guitar Amp is the most impressive amp for practicing and is offered at a great price.||Behringer is known for producing some of the very best musical instruments of all time. The Behringer Ultracoustic At108 is another great acoustic amp by this top of the line company and is surely one of the best guitar amps around.|
Also see Music Critic's article The Top Acoustic Guitar Amp for Busking & Gigging in 2018 which includes even more information.