Vox MINI3 G2 3-watt 1x5" Modeling Combo Amp - Black

3-watt 1-channel 1x5" Modeling Combo Guitar Amplifier with 11 Amp Models, Eight Onboard Effects, Bassilator Circuit, Tuner, Mic and Aux Inputs, and Battery Power - Black
Vox MINI3 G2 3-watt 1x5
Vox MINI3 G2 3-watt 1x5
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Small Can Sound Huge

The Vox MINI3 G2 brings you the next generation of Vox's popular portable modeling guitar amp. This pint-sized 3-watt combo is packed with eleven great amp models, giving you everything from from chimey cleans all the way to full shred. To polish your sound, you also get a range of enhanced effects, plus an innovative Bassilator circuit that delivers killer low end. The MINI3 G2 comes with an AC adapter and will operate up to ten hours on six AA batteries. It's even got an onboard tuner. Say hello to your new little friend: Vox's MINI3 G2.

Vox MINI3 G2 Features at a Glance:
  • 3-watt portable practice amp with 5" speaker
  • 11 authentic built-in amp models based on Vox Valvetronix technology
  • Wide range of tones from chimey cleans all the way to shredtastic high-gain
  • Accommodates a range of instruments from electric and acoustic-electric guitars to keyboards
  • Dedicated mic input with separate volume and reverb/delay controls - perfect for vocals
  • Bassilator circuit delivers a rich low end that's totally killer with high-gain models
  • 8 FX types including enhanced compressor, chorus, flanger, tremolo, delay, and reverb
  • Aux input jack lets you connect your MP3 player or other audio source and jam along
  • Built-in tuner lets you always stay in tune
  • Runs on the included AC adaptor or 6 AA batteries (up to 10 hours of operation)
  • Convenient carrying strap is included for true on-the-go mobility
Small can sound huge with the Vox MINI3 G2!

Additional Media

Guitar Amp Buying Guide
Summer 13 NAMM Show Report

Tech Specs

Type Solid State
Number of Channels 1
Total Power 3W
Speaker Size 1 x 5"
Effects Yes
Reverb Yes
EQ 2-band
Amp Modeling Yes
Number of Models 11
Inputs 1 x Instrument, 1 x 1/4" (Line), 1 x 1/8" (Aux)
Outputs 1 x 1/8" (Headphones)
Height 8.78"
Width 10.32"
Depth 6.85"
Weight 6.61 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number MINI3G2BK

Customer Reviews

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Off The Chain

This amp kicks but*. I bought it because I saw it on top of Steve Vais Amp Pile, Rig rundown video I think it was on YouTube. Vai is a consummate perfectionist. So sitting on top of all these giant tube driven amp heads is this little black thing. I could tell by the way he had placed it that very visible spot this was something special. It totally is. Mainly because the controls are layer out in an extremely simple easy to use and understand way. Nice old chicken knobs and they have boiled it down to the sounds you really need and made it super simple to get the tone and get it fast. No computer programming buttons and complicated crap. Simple elegant knobs and one tap time button. I have brought this camping on a motorcycle down to Woodstock. Twice! Sit down with it in an armchair with the controls so you can clearly see them and spend a few hours getting to know it. Wow I can dial in great sounds from country to metal to everything in between. The compressor and the delay can totally nail that country fender twang sound like nobody's business. And it's easy to operate, the best setup of any modeling amp including some of the other goofy complicated Vox modelers. Way better than the Peavy goofball complex crap and it sounds great it's easy to transport and it will run off penlight batteries AA for hours! This is one of those they really nailed it just right little amps. Well worth the money. It also sounds great with my new Squire FRETLESS Bass. It has a port that produces a lot of bass for such a baby sized amp! Top notch gem of an amplifier.
Music background: Back after a long time away

Just what I was looking for

It's small and has plenty of features to make a fledgling Uke player very happy. The onboard effects create plenty of options and are very easy to manage...not like many other modeling amps where the controls go way beyond my simple needs. I got some rechargeable AA batteries for it and they haven't showed any signs of giving up yet after a few hours of use. I haven't tried the mike and aux inputs yet, so can't comment on them.

Great sounding little amplifier

This amplifier sounds amazing for its size... I was planning on getting maybe/ looking at a battery powered blackstar since I like the sound of my ht-5th 210, and I was thinking I could get the same "tone" in a small practive travel sized amp. I went to my local store with my gib les paul studio 11' and tried the "fly" and it was muddy :( so I started pluging into every small amp sitting in front of me and to my amazement this one was not only one of the most reasonably priced but it sounded the best too. Even a dude there picking up his guitar was like "really!? all that sound coming from that little thing??" I'd say its build is cheap but then again its very solid yet light and its covered well its just small and feels well easy to make but it does every thing you ask it too with exception of getting louder than your car stereo without breaking up but thats just cause the 4 inch speaker in there can't hang. I know it says five but when I look at mine it looks like 4. Great practice cube for me much much better than the 15w marshall i bought as my first ever practice amp. This thing sounds sooooooo good you'll be amazed garunteed. hope you like it as much as I do. I was trying to give it a 4.5 but all the flaws really aren't flaws cuz if you changed it the sound might not be very good so it really is perfect to me. Does everything it says and well.
Music background: 1.5 year beginner

Portable & Powerful

Got one mainly for portability for when I check things out after a setup at my luthier's shop. (The Line 6 Micro Spider I had previously wasn't cutting it.) Gotta say, I was surprised and impressed by both the sound and the volume. It fills my studio space with more than enough volume that I rarely power up any of my larger gear any more for practicing. It's very versatile for its size. I can easily dial-in whatever sound I need whether playing with Gibson humbuckers, Fender single coils or a Ric -- both the hi-gains and "Toasters". Models are pretty decent, though I usually just use the classic Fender & Vox amp models. FX are decent for practice.I'm not alone in lovin' this little amp. Every time I take it to my luthier's shop other players want to take it for a spin. My luthier himself loved it so much that he now has one of his own!

It knows what it is...

It knows what it is... A practice amp that delivers versitility and a sound much bigger than its size would suggest. The mic input is a nice addition... I would not wanna make a living busking with it (it doesn't have the volume to cut through a noisy urban street) but it's an excellent practice aid. You might even get away with making this your primary practice amp. (I admit, I'm stil clinging to my VT20+ for the bigger speaker and greater volume.) All in all, a wonderfull little amp.
Music background: Amateur
See also: Combo Amps, Vox, Vox Guitar Combo Amps