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Vox amPlug Twin Guitar Headphone Amp

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Product Description

The Vox amPlug Twin Guitar Headphone Amp rolls back the years to capture the sound of the legendary clean American dual speaker combo tube amp. Noted for its sparkling and sustained clean sound, this amp has been is widely used in many genres - rock, blues, jazz, country, and more. Raising the gain provides a powerful American tube overdrive sound. A stereo chorus effect is built into the Vox amPlug Twin, adding natural spaciousness and depth to the sound. As you play these sounds, you're sure to forget the passage of time, and lose yourself in the tones loved by musicians in styles such as jazz, country, and blues.

Vox amPlug Twin Guitar Headphone Amp Features:

  • Plugs directly into your guitar-a great-sounding headphone guitar amp that gives you serious sound fast
  • AUX in jack lets you jam along with your CD/MP3 player
  • 100% analog circuit faithfully simulates the response of the original amps
  • Recreates the sound of the classic American clean 2 x 12 inch combo amp, plus a chorus effect
  • Up to 15 hours of battery life with two Alkaline AAA batteries
  • Quick and easy setup! Just connect amPlug to your guitar and enjoy serious sound

Product Specifications
Vox amPlug Twin Guitar Headphone Amp Specifications:

  • Power supply: two AAA batteries
  • Battery life:
    • Zinc-carbon batteries: approximately 3 hours
    • Alkaline batteries: approximately 11 hours
  • Dimensions (W x D x H): 3.39 x 3.15 x 1.22 inch
  • Weight: 1.41oz. (not including batteries)
  • Included items: two AAA zinc-carbon batteries
Helpful Info about the Manufacturer
Phone:  631-390-6500 Warranty:  1 year parts and labor
Pierce M
Overall Rating
Great Practice Tool
What is your overall opinion of this product?
Bought this for a friend who wants to learn on an electric but doesn't want/need a full amp just yet. Of course I felt I should give it a test run or two before handing it off to her. Only gentlemanly, right? It's got great sound, nice and full, extroadinarily Fender-esque for such a little thing. And, you know, it being made by Vox. Controls are responsive, overdrive is okay all things considered, and the chorus effect, while totally unnecessary, isn't unwelcome. A fantastic way to practice in virtual silence or without being tethered to an amplifier.
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