Vox amPlug (Acoustic)Item ID: amPlugAcous
Compact Headphone Guitar Amplifier with Acoustic Guitar Emulation, Fat/Bright Switch, and Auxiliary In Jack for Music Players
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Acoustic Guitar Tones - On the Go!Get shimmering acoustic guitar sounds — anywhere! The amPlug Acoustic from Vox is a super-portable tool you can use to conjure up amazing tones, without waking up the family or disturbing the neighbors. Just plug the amPlug Acoustic into the jack on your favorite guitar, plug in a set of headphones, and start rocking. You won't believe the natural acoustic tones you're getting from your electric! Best of all, you can rock for up to 27 hours using just batteries, so you're free to roam. A great gig bag stuffer for the touring musician, Vox's amPlug Acoustic is your ticket to on-the-go tone!
Vox amPlug Acoustic Headphone Guitar Amplifier Features:
Take acoustic guitar tones everywhere you go — plug your axe into the Vox amPlug Acoustic!
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Jason, San Diego, CA
Reviewsbased on 4 reviews
amPlugs are Great!
by That Guitar Guy from Boston, MASo I have two of these little guys: an Acoustic and a Bass amPlug. For what they're worth, these headphone amps do their job!
April 19, 2012
Music Background: Guitar, Bass, Piano, Vocalist, Ukulele, Hobbyist, Student
I bought my Bass amPlug to play at home and not disturb any... read more [+] of my relatives. The Acoustic amPlug I bought for school so as to not disturb my housemates.
The Bass amPlug gives you nice clean bass tones but can also dial in some nice chunky tones as well. Haven't played around with it much for slapping though.
I bought the Acoustic amPlug for use with my Traveler Ultra-Light Steel-string Guitar. It really brings out the nuances of the strings, from the attack to the release (I play fingerstyle). The "blend" option gives you a nice bright and shimmering tone and allows for much more than just the normal acoustic tones of the guitar.
All-in-all, I'm very happy with these headphone amps because they do what they're supposed to, and they do it very well! close [-]
by Ron Rockwell from Smoky Mountains, TennesseePlugging this into a solid body nylon string guitar is a real treat! With ear buds, it's only so-so, but with my Sony Studio Monitor headset, it's really great! When I want to play without annoying ev... read more [+]eryone on the block, I can wail away, even drowning out my tinnitus. I had another brand that had all sorts of echoes, delays, flanging and so on, but it's junk compared to my Vox amPlug. close [-]
February 22, 2012
Music Background: Practicing fingerpicker - guitarist, banjoist, resophonic guitarist
Really great solution.
by "L.A. Bud" Allen from Chicago, ILThis is a nice little device with decent sound and nice features. I bought it to interface with my Traveler Guitar so I can practice on the road. I can mix in backing tracks from my iPhone via the a... read more [+]ux input and adjust the levels such that I can just jam along or input a metronome to practice scales, licks, etc. without disturbing anyone. Really nice, compact, inexpensive solution. close [-]
November 30, 2011
Music Background: RF Design Engineer & Musician
Vox amPlug works great!
by Bob Dean from Templeton, MaThis is a neat little tool. I purchased this because my hearing is getting quite bad in noisy areas such as jams. Being a bluegrass player I play a lot of jams and find it very hard to hear my guitar ... read more [+]breaks but with the amPlug that eliminates the problem. Just plug it in (if you have a jack in your instrument of which I do) and put in an earphone and problem solved. Would also work good as a personal monitor on stage. I love it! close [-]
April 30, 2012
Music Background: Bluegrass guitarist and solo artist