New ZT Amplifiers Lunchbox Acoustic!

Wow, Ken Kantor must be the busiest guy in the biz these days. ZT Amplifiers will be unveiling the new Lunchbox Acoustic amp at the NAMM show this week. I will be sure to check it out when I’m out there.

The new Lunchbox Acoustic is the same size as the original Lunchbox except it is a few inches deeper. Still weighs in at 12lbs so it will be easy to carry to and from gigs. Some features include: Mic channel strip with 1/4” and XLR inputs, Instrument channel strip with 1/4” input, Dedicated Mic Gain control, Dedicated Instrument Gain control, Plate Style Reverb with independent channel controls, EFX Loop, 3-position Anti-Feedback Control with bypass, Anti-Clip limiting circuit, Phantom Power, Variable Headphone/DI Output, Custom Ultra-High Performance 6.5” Speaker, Switchable, External Speaker Output, Aux Input on 1/8” Stereo Jack and Voltage switch 115V/230V.

Sounds like a TON of features in a mini sized package! Almost like a micro PA system. I am really fired up about trying one this week and I will let you know all about it.

Click here to Visit ZT Amps for more info.

  • Michael from Portland!

    How much will it cost? Will I be able to plug a regular guitar into it or just acoustics?
    I’m super excited about this thing!

  • Hi Michael- Thanks for visiting 300guitars!!! The new ZT Lunchbox Acoustic amp is due out some time in April. The price will be in the $400 range. I am not 100% sure of the exact price. I actually tried this amp at the NAMM show last month and it sounded great. It is designed for the acoustic guitar but from what the good folks at ZT Amps told me it works very well with archtop electric jazz guitars. It is not specifically designed to work with solid body electric guitars if that’s what you are asking. Here is a video link of me at the NAMM show playing it:
    I will have the Lunchbox Acoustic available on my affiliate site

    Let me know if you have any more questions!!! I am happy to answer them for you!!


  • Gerardo

    Hi, does it has a plain response for using with a classical guitar. I use a rode NT5 and a 30w Trace Elliot to play live, but it lacks of power for some venues.

  • Hi Gerardo- Thank you for visiting 300guitars!!! The new soon to be released ZT Lunchbox Acoustic amp will work perfectly for your classical guitar!! I tried one of these great little amps at the NAMM show and it sounded excellent. Clear, warm and focused with really nice sounding reverb and lots of features in a small package. It should be available in late March/early April and will be priced right around the $399.00 mark. Please stay tuned for more details and always feel free to contact me!! Happy to answer questions!! -Billy