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Vox amPlug Bass
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Vox amPlug Bass

Bass Amp Simulator from Vox belonging to the amPlug series.

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iamqman iamqman
Publié le 04/21/11 à 13:15
If you are a bass player and you cannot play the bass in an apartment of something where there are thin walls or being quiet is an issue than this is your tool. I know that bass can travel a lot further sometimes than a guitar can since the low end frequencies can travel and literally shake the walls. My wife constantly tells me to turn down the bass because she can feel it all the way downstairs. This is the devise you need to curb your thundering low end in a home that is not capable of killing the sound or dampening the feel of your bass amp.


Vox amPlug Bass Headphone Bass Amplifier Features:

* Plugs directly into your guitar
* AUX in jack lets you jam along with your CD/MP3 player
* True analog circuit faithfully simulates the response of the original amps
* Includes a compressor/boost effect for rich sound and overdrive
* Up to 15 hours of battery life with supplied AAA batteries

UTILIZATION

Details
Type Solid State
Number of Channels 1
Speakers No Speaker
No Effects
No Reverb
No EQ
Amp Modeling No Amp Modeling
Number of Models 0
Number of Tubes 0
Preamp Tubes No Tubes
Power Tubes No Tubes
Inputs 1 x Instrument, 1 x Aux (1/8")
Outputs 1 x Headphone
No Footswitch
No Effects Loop
Height 3.15"
Width 3.39"
Depth 1.22"
Weight .09 lbs. (40g)

SOUND QUALITY

The tone from this thing is the most impressive thing to me. When I think of these modeler amp which this thing is sort of, it is a modeler with one tone but it still replicate the tone of a solid bass amp. The tone is thick and meaty that give playing a whole new dimension.

It sounds great going into a recording device or a computer. It actually sounds best in the computer application than it would with headphones. Just grab your favorite bass and quietly play along without any interruption.

OVERALL OPINION

This thing is that good! It really does sound alike a full bodied bass amp that is throwing our 900 watts of raging power. The voicing of this device is just perfect! The tones and notes just come through so well. It makes playing bass fun.

At new these units come in at around $50 which a little bit higher than the other pocket amps from Vox. The tone is based off of the Vox AC100 and it captures it very well in my opinion. It has an FET buffer circuit so that probably constitutes the extra $10 for this amp.
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