Vox amPhone Twin Reviews4.6/5.0 based on 5 customer reviews
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from United States
April 16, 2013Music Background:
Sounds great and worth the money.I was hesitant to purchase these because they seemed a little pricey for practice headphones, but I have to say, they are worth the investment. The sound is exactly what I wanted- clean and crisp with very little noise. They are very comfortable even after a couple hours. The batteries last a good long time too.
from Portland, OR
February 19, 2013
A good additionThey arrived today and within ten minutes I was using them with my Traveler Pro Series and a Philips SongBird music player.
The cord is a little short for a full size guitar but with a my Traveler it is just right.
Playing with the knobs a bit I got an acceptable tone and was wandering around the house playing.
Worth the price if you practice quite a bit and need to respect the neighbors or a room mate.
The only problem I have with them is that I didn't buy them sooner. :-)
from Chesterfield, VA
February 15, 2013Music Background:
Professional entertainer, songwriter, recording engineer.
An amp for your ears!Don't expect these phones to be a monster amp-modeling wonder, they are not. What the amphone is, is a perfect clean amp just for you. Practice in private. Learn your parts while others are learning theirs. Disturb no one. It does have some Chorus and Delay if you want some coloration. I also own the pair for lead guitar. Just put em on and "smoke" your leads in blistering overdrive/distortion. All without bothering a soul. Just remember the Twin pair is clean. The Lead pair is not. Don't expect Twin clean from the Lead or visa versa. Love 'em. And Sweetwater is just outstanding when it comes to it's products, delivery, and the customer care is above and beyond any other company on the planet. That's for real. Check 'em out for yourself and know that I am telling you the truth.
from Gig Harbor WA
January 30, 2013Music Background:
I have a long one ;)
Guitar to brain and beyond.....I can now move around the house and practice to my hearts content without bothering anybody. That was the main reason I got these. I really wasn't expecting the quality of sound. ALL my guitars sound great through these. Super comfortable and amazing as stand alone headphones as well. The audio insert is really nice too. They also pack flat so they fit nicely in my guitar case.
from Charleston, SC
January 28, 2013Music Background:
Great Product, needs longer cordThe phones are great. Sound quality is astounding and the effects are way better than I expected. Well worth it for the money. The ONLY downside to these headphones is the cord. It's about 2 feet shorter than it needs to be. For guitars with a front jack plate, it's not as bad...but for Les Pauls, 335's, etc, with a bottom jack plate, the cord barely reaches even when sitting down playing. Crappy design on an otherwise great product. To make it worse, the cord runs to the left side 'phone, so it's an even longer stretch than if it ran to the right side (for a right handed player). Dear Vox/AudioTechnica: You clearly didn't test these phones with a guitarist before marketing them. Please spend 10 cents more and add an extra 2 ft of input jack cable to these 'phones and they will be perfect.