Vox VX I 15-watt 1x6.5" Modeling Combo Amp

15-watt 1x6.5" Modeling Guitar Combo Amplifier
Vox VX I 15-watt 1x6.5
Vox VX I 15-watt 1x6.5
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Stellar Modeled Sounds in a Compact Practice Amp

The compact Vox VX I combo guitar amp may not be big, but what it lacks in size it makes up for in tone. The VX I is powered by Vox's VET (Virtual Element Technology) and gives you models of 11 amps and eight effects - plenty of choices for jamming around the house or at small gigs. On top of the stable of modeled sounds, you can store your 22 favorite tonal combinations in user presets, putting your most used sounds right at your fingertips. You get great sound that's easy to take on the go with the Vox VX I combo guitar amp.

Vox VX II Modeling Combo Electric Guitar Amplifier at a Glance:
  • VET modeling technology
  • 11 amp, 8 effects models
  • Built to reproduce your sound accurately
VET modeling technology

Vox is a major player in the world of modeled sounds, and the VX I is loaded with their VET modeling technology. The VX I uses VET technology to model guitar amplifiers and effects down to a component level, giving you a playing experience like that playing through a great tube amp. Now you'll feel the tube sag, high-powered punch, chime, and grind of your favorite American and British amplifier designs, all through a compact practice amp.

11 amp, 8 effects models

The VET technology is applied to the VX I's 11 amp models, including Vox's own AC30TB, a Brit 800 tone, Deluxe CL, and more. But the tone journey doesn't stop there. Along with the amp models, you get to fine tune your tone with eight effects models. You'll have full access to chorus, a flanger, phaser, tremolo, tape-style delay, analog-style delay, and two types of reverb, all there to inspire and fuel your creativity. And you'll save your favorite sounds in the 22 user presets. If there's a sound in your head, there's a good chance you'll find it in the Vox VX I.

Built to reproduce your sound accurately

The innovation doesn't end with the VX I's VET modeling, as the amp's robust enclosure is engineered to reproduce the nuances of your playing and tone. The VX I's uniquely designed bass reflex structure and sealed 1-piece speaker enclosure stops sound from escaping out the back of the amp, keeping a low end in tact that you'll have a hard time believing is coming out of such a small amp.

Vox VX I Modeling Combo Electric Guitar Amplifier Features:
  • Modeling combo amplifier with Vox's newest technology
  • VET modeling technology is Vox's best yet
  • 11 amp and 8 effects models
  • 1-piece speaker enclosure ensures true tone response
  • FET-based analog power amp
  • 15 watts of power is great for practice
Get incredible modeled tones with the Vox VX I combo amplifier.

Additional Media

Guitar Amp Buying Guide
Vox Unveils VX-series Amps

Tech Specs

Type Solid State
Total Power 15W
Speaker Size 1 x 6.5"
Effects Yes
Reverb Yes
Amp Modeling Yes
Number of Models 11
Inputs 1 x 1/4", 1 x 1/8"
Outputs 1 x 1/8"
Height 12.32"
Width 13.94"
Depth 7.56"
Weight 8.38 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number VXI

Customer Reviews

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Vox VX1

Unbelievable pricing for what this modeling amp can do! Lightweight, durable, very cool looking, and different from any portable amp I have seen on the market. The sound/tone is surprisingly good at this price point and more important you do get the quality you expect from this premier company (Vox). Perfect for home practice and because its lightweight I have no problems carrying it up and down stairs. Thank you Vox for designing such a unique but good sounding guitar amp. My other guitar amp is a Vox AD30VT and I love that one too.

Vox VX I

I bought this amp as a "very light" easy to haul alternative to my normal pedal board and tube amp rig. I needed something that could do a variety of tones (I play mostly classic rock and blues), but didn't involve 3 trips to the car when going to a practice or jamming out at a friends house. I am really happy with this amp. It is very light, it has some great clean tones and I have enjoyed the AC30 top boost and British amp settings. Is it as good as my tube amp and pedal board rig, no! But like I said I wanted an easy to haul alternative rig that gave me Tube-ish tones in a package that was light and didn't involve all my gear. Things it doesn't do well: 1) It doesn't take external pedals well (i.e. using a clean amp setting and running overdrive pedals into it) 2) The preamp settings are intuitive after you've played with it a bit. If you save a user setting it remembers your knob positions at the time you saved it, so when you switch to a user preset you can't just visually look at the dials to see where they are set. Once you touch a dial the amp forgets your preset value for that knob and you get user control back. This is not stated anywhere in the manual or on any review I've seen. This isn't all negative... because you can set the treble and bass knobs for your guitar and save it as a user preset and then use the amp dial to select different amp models without having that stuff change. 3) Two presets aren't really enough. I pretty much setup a "clean" and "dirty" tone and that is all I can use it for. Things it does well: 1) It does sound pretty good. The Deluxe setting sounds like a fender clean tone. The boutique clean sounds very John Mayer-ish. It has that "pop" when you pick that a good tube amp has. The AC30 Top boost channel has been fun because I have very marshally sounding tube amps already, so it was cool kicking into some "Sumer of 69" style tones with this small amp. 2) It is light and with the plastic case I don't feel bad about it getting banged up. 3) It is easy to use. It is not as flexible as some modeling amps, but I like that it is dial based and I don't have to set four values 0-99 to just get a simple chorus on my guitar. The Vox VX 1 doesn't get loud enough to play with a drummer at a rehearsal, but works perfect for lower volume jams. I have played it a church a couple of times now and it gets plenty loud to get up and over the congas or box drum. I mic it and then put it through the PA. For $100 I can't complain and I don't regret the purchase. It does everything I expected and a bit more.
Music background: semi-professional

Good practice amp

I like this for what it is: an inexpensive, flexible and adequate sounding practice amp. Personally, I would never gig or record with it, as others have suggested, because the sound quality is just not up to par for anything but practicing. However, it's only $100 and it is perfect for practice, which is what it's designed for and is the reason I bought it. Another thing I don't like, as others have mentioned, is that once you adjust the volume/tone, etc., and then switch amp models, your dial settings reset to default. It makes for annoying volume jumps, etc. I think the Blackstar stuff sounds a lot better, but I have had reliability problems with their amps in the past, so for now I am settling for this one.

Great Value

This little amp has a nice tone and a full array of effects to work with. One thing I don't like is the mechanics of how the amp presets and user settings work together. Lets say you select BRIT amp preset, then tweak your dials for the tone/effects you desire. If you shut off the amp without saving this as a program, your settings are canceled out. When you turn the amp back on, regardless of where you left the dials, it returns to what it considers the baseline BRIT settings. If you want the same tone/effects back, yep, readjust your dials. User settings are also become irrelevant if you switch the amp selector. It returns to the baseline preset for that amp. Why cant the presets just determine the amps voice and be independent of the user settings (ala Microcube). If you turn all the dials a hair, the settings will reengage, so its not hard to get back where you were and should be okay once i'm use to it. Anyway, other then that, I'm happy with the purchase.
See also: Combo Amps, Vox, Vox Guitar Combo Amps