What is the difference between an electric guitar amplifier and acoustic guitar amplifier?

Any guitar can be connected to any amplifier right? I have a aeg10e acoustic/electric guitar. What amplifier should I buy for it? Can I buy any amplifier for it?
Thank you

Chosen Answer:

An acoustic amp usually has a tweeter so that it can reproduce the high frequency sounds of an acoustic guitar. Electric guitar amps are made mostly for the mid range.

For an electro-acoustic, you normally would choose an acoustic amp because it will have better range – highs and lows.
by: Daniel K
on: 25th August 10

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One Response to What is the difference between an electric guitar amplifier and acoustic guitar amplifier?

  1. Daniel K says:

    An acoustic amp usually has a tweeter so that it can reproduce the high frequency sounds of an acoustic guitar. Electric guitar amps are made mostly for the mid range.

    For an electro-acoustic, you normally would choose an acoustic amp because it will have better range – highs and lows.

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