The Pros:Rock on without annoying the neighbors. Analog modeling emulates the warmth of tube amps.
The Cons:Uses 2 AAA batteries not 3. Pretty expensive. Uses 3 AAA batteries.
The Vox amPlug is a headphone guitar amplifier that mimics the sound of popular tube guitar amplifiers. By plugging in the amPlug directly to a guitar, you can continue to play without annoying your surround neighbors, roommates, or family members.
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The amPlug comes in five styles, each emulating a different guitar sound: 1) the Vox amPlug AC30 that emulates the popular Vox AC30 amp, 2) the Vox amPlug Classic Rock which is modeled to sound like a high-gain 100W Marshall amp, and 3) the Vox Metal that emulates the American made heavy metal amps. Two new models: 4) the Vox amPlug Lead and 5) Vox amPlug Bass were released in 2008.
- Plugs directly into your guitar and outputs to headphones
- Emulates popular tube amps using analog modelling - 100% analog circuitry
- 5 styles: AC30, Classic Rock, Metal, Lead*, Bass*
- AUX input to play along with CD/mp3
- batteries: 2 x AAA with about 15 hrs of life
- size: 3.39″ x 3.15″ x 1.22″
- price: ~$40
- release: September 2007
* newer models released in 2008
The amPlug was announced by Vox in September 2007. It is released already and currently retails for $40.
User Reviews (3)
Rock on without annoying the neighbors
Analog modeling emulates the warmth of tube amps
Uses 2 AAA batteries not 3
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