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Vox amPlug AC30
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Portable Guitar Amp Simulator from Vox belonging to the amPlug series.

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  • GtrYannGtrYann

    Vox amPlug AC30Published on 04/30/09 at 23:32
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    All aadj t say on this point, plastic box a little "cheap" but good .... 1 point less

    care should be taken not to let it hang around for it takes no time!

    USE

    Have branch have played, there's no simple, well thought vox! very well for the holidays

    SOUND QUALITY

    So l, let's be clear this is not a combo AC30, the grain is in overdrive raproche is all but already standard for bosses on holiday, a use, a lot of breath really ......

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    Very good for bosses without hindering holds the purse of your girlfriend is gnial, a good headphone is essential overall rating 8/10 thinking of the prices and simplistic use, I would be more svre comparing it has a real AC30 ... b…
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    All aadj t say on this point, plastic box a little "cheap" but good .... 1 point less

    care should be taken not to let it hang around for it takes no time!

    USE

    Have branch have played, there's no simple, well thought vox! very well for the holidays

    SOUND QUALITY

    So l, let's be clear this is not a combo AC30, the grain is in overdrive raproche is all but already standard for bosses on holiday, a use, a lot of breath really ......

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    Very good for bosses without hindering holds the purse of your girlfriend is gnial, a good headphone is essential overall rating 8/10 thinking of the prices and simplistic use, I would be more svre comparing it has a real AC30 ... but how could I compar 40 1500 ..... (my AC30 prfr dates from 1964 ....) lol
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  • ethyl337ethyl337

    Top Notch!

    Vox amPlug AC30Published on 12/18/12 at 08:21
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Battery operated.
    3 rglages: Tone, Gain, Volume.

    It is not easy.

    USE

    It is not easy.
    No manual.

    I play with the amPlug plugs into the jack on the guitar and connected to the headset.

    As I play volume MODR I use the gain to cruncher; One wonders what is the point after to have a Vox AC30 with blue alnico speakers so good. It would have told me I would not have believed. And say it is ridiculously small.



    SOUND QUALITY

    Excellent sonority!

    Crunch and well prsents heat!

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    Pouhh

    The type of device that makes you want to play without stopping.

    The legend vox even in smaller devices. Pay 38 euros this price, it is a very good buy.

    I wish the …
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    Battery operated.
    3 rglages: Tone, Gain, Volume.

    It is not easy.

    USE

    It is not easy.
    No manual.

    I play with the amPlug plugs into the jack on the guitar and connected to the headset.

    As I play volume MODR I use the gain to cruncher; One wonders what is the point after to have a Vox AC30 with blue alnico speakers so good. It would have told me I would not have believed. And say it is ridiculously small.



    SOUND QUALITY

    Excellent sonority!

    Crunch and well prsents heat!

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    Pouhh

    The type of device that makes you want to play without stopping.

    The legend vox even in smaller devices. Pay 38 euros this price, it is a very good buy.

    I wish the other major brands like Mesa Boogie amp or Bogner out this kind of model.

    Orange and Marshall make but not tried because I am on this little tape amPlug !! Help
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  • ricou8312ricou8312

    Bluffing

    Vox amPlug AC30Published on 10/22/14 at 10:33
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Small simulated amp walking batteries.
    A jack for the guitar, a headphone jack and an auxiliary input.

    UTILIZATION

    Very easy to use, you plug it puts on "on" and there's more that after !!!!!

    SOUND QUALITY

    With a good headphone, the sound is really not bad.
    I admit that this little device surprises me every time.
    Of course I bought it to get angry with my family and my neighbors.
    And well I Quench increasingly as the sounds are nice.
    Obviously this is not an AC30, but the sound comes close.
    Small bonus he accepts my great line 6 m9, the result is stunning.
    I use it with a Strat and a Jazzmaster 60, can not wait to see (and have the budget !!!!) with humbu…
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    Small simulated amp walking batteries.
    A jack for the guitar, a headphone jack and an auxiliary input.

    UTILIZATION

    Very easy to use, you plug it puts on "on" and there's more that after !!!!!

    SOUND QUALITY

    With a good headphone, the sound is really not bad.
    I admit that this little device surprises me every time.
    Of course I bought it to get angry with my family and my neighbors.
    And well I Quench increasingly as the sounds are nice.
    Obviously this is not an AC30, but the sound comes close.
    Small bonus he accepts my great line 6 m9, the result is stunning.
    I use it with a Strat and a Jazzmaster 60, can not wait to see (and have the budget !!!!) with humbuckers.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Used for two months I did spend more.
    25 € secondhand is a great deal.
    I even use it to save on PC, I used the headphone jack to go to my sound card and I plug the entry not on the guitar but out of my M9.
    I can have fun without disturbing is the goal !!!!!
    Do not hesitate, for the bargain price you will have plenty for your sub.
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  • Step67Step67

    A big crap!

    Vox amPlug AC30Published on 01/18/14 at 02:10
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Concept super nice (play without disturbing the neighbors or family)

    UTILIZATION

    Plug and play

    SOUND QUALITY

    OK. Nothing to say. Great for work

    OVERALL OPINION

    Product "Made in Japan" but undoubtedly with Chinese components mean by that low range: welds poorly made, printed circuit on which the new welds do not stick, base jack fragile plastic.

    Result: after 2 weeks of use is death bad contacts, decline in the quality of sound and then nothing ... I disassembled and found a weld dropped as the base JAck audio is split, do not support connections, repeated disconnections. Would we once again in planned obsolescence? Me anyway, I do not buy this crap unless…
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    Concept super nice (play without disturbing the neighbors or family)

    UTILIZATION

    Plug and play

    SOUND QUALITY

    OK. Nothing to say. Great for work

    OVERALL OPINION

    Product "Made in Japan" but undoubtedly with Chinese components mean by that low range: welds poorly made, printed circuit on which the new welds do not stick, base jack fragile plastic.

    Result: after 2 weeks of use is death bad contacts, decline in the quality of sound and then nothing ... I disassembled and found a weld dropped as the base JAck audio is split, do not support connections, repeated disconnections. Would we once again in planned obsolescence? Me anyway, I do not buy this crap unless it is sold at a fair price: € 8 no more!
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  • RawDeltaBluesRawDeltaBlues

    A super important information lies in the following sentences ...

    Vox amPlug AC30Published on 10/15/13 at 05:03
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    Everything has already been said 100 times so I just put my note megalomaniac who thinks his opinion matters other ...

    UTILIZATION

    Vive copy / paste! Everything has already been said 100 times so I just put my note megalomaniac who thinks his opinion matters other ...

    SOUND QUALITY

    A MUST READ!! The only thing that has not been said about this amp and headset is crucial is that the sound quality depends primarily on the quality of the headphone!!! And here I am as surprised by the sound of this gadget ... , But beware the better the headphones, the stronger the wind! But until you scratch it does not hear. (:

    OVERALL OPINION

    I just buy because oddly my girlf…
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    Everything has already been said 100 times so I just put my note megalomaniac who thinks his opinion matters other ...

    UTILIZATION

    Vive copy / paste! Everything has already been said 100 times so I just put my note megalomaniac who thinks his opinion matters other ...

    SOUND QUALITY

    A MUST READ!! The only thing that has not been said about this amp and headset is crucial is that the sound quality depends primarily on the quality of the headphone!!! And here I am as surprised by the sound of this gadget ... , But beware the better the headphones, the stronger the wind! But until you scratch it does not hear. (:

    OVERALL OPINION

    I just buy because oddly my girlfriend and my neighbors do not like my tube amps at 3 o'clock in the morning. My only benchmarks amp headset are (the joys of boarding and roommate ...) an old preamp 'Yamaha 80s crunchait that shit and headphone amps some of my past trips and frankly apart from a slight lack of bass is nickel. It also pretty much cash my pedalboard (Fuzz germanium 76, the most powerful that I had, coupled with a boost / overdrive) knowing that many amps even poor quality lamps not cash acute and insane sustain my Fuzz, the AmPlug gets away with the honor. I tried three different headsets with so I now certain that a very good headphone exploit its full potential ... I put 10/10 as I noted for what it is, ie a headphone amplifier ...
    PS: It's made in Japan unlike competitors who manufacture everything in China or Korea, perhaps begin to explain it ...
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  • jerem37jerem37

    Handy for work ...

    Vox amPlug AC30Published on 02/21/13 at 04:41
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Small amp simulator such as Vox AC30 its name suggests, to work with the headphones can send an auxiliary source (iPod or other) via mini jack 3.5.
    3 dials settings: gain, tone, volume.
    A 3.5 mini jack output for headphones (or mini speaker etc ...).
    Alim by 2 AAA batteries (the size just below LR6).
    Note that the range is very good I think.

    UTILIZATION

    We can no longer easy to use.
    One branch (note that it is made in nickel strat guy, a little less convenient on the way Gibson guitars where the entrance is on the edge ...), it turns on, you set the gain, tone, volume and plays.

    We could assess the possibility via a small button switch from one mode to a mode perfect…
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    Small amp simulator such as Vox AC30 its name suggests, to work with the headphones can send an auxiliary source (iPod or other) via mini jack 3.5.
    3 dials settings: gain, tone, volume.
    A 3.5 mini jack output for headphones (or mini speaker etc ...).
    Alim by 2 AAA batteries (the size just below LR6).
    Note that the range is very good I think.

    UTILIZATION

    We can no longer easy to use.
    One branch (note that it is made in nickel strat guy, a little less convenient on the way Gibson guitars where the entrance is on the edge ...), it turns on, you set the gain, tone, volume and plays.

    We could assess the possibility via a small button switch from one mode to a mode perfectly clean big crunch to avoid having to juggle gain ... Especially it should not be hard to do ...

    SOUND QUALITY

    Well, this is obviously not a real amp!
    But the sound is pretty good considering the price and the convenience and plug & play of the machine.
    I think a big preference for simple microphone I found (it could recall the original Vox want ... Is what they did on purpose? I do not know!)
    HB with even more vintage output level, it crashes too much and it becomes a slurry from which the gain up too ... it will also raise the tone as one ascends the gain or the sound becomes too dull (and a quality headset is also recommended to have a better record of course ...).

    Personally, I chose this one because at the time I bought it was that the AC30, the Amplug Classic Rock and Metal dunno what to ... And it was only able to have a real clear sound while keeping the gain at less than half ...

    Since then, other models were released, including a clean fender oriented I think ...

    In any case, with my strat position HB splitted it sounds good enough to work for cleans small nice crunch.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it regularly for work pénard at home in the evening or another, and when I go on holidays or weekends, because it takes up no space.
    Very convenient to send an auxiliary audio source, I glued a backing track playlist in my ipod and with that I can work pieces as it should.

    I just regret as I said earlier versatile little side my stuff which is not his top if you push too much gain, and even more with double microphones.
    I do not get why Vox did not try to do something so "2 channels" with a clean channel remain almost 100% even with the gain pushed, and another with her a little more crunch or Vox Classic Rock without it drooling ... Maybe to encourage guitarists to buy several models for several Amplug sounds?!!

    A good product handy so that obviously not break bricks but at the same time gives us the price we pay him I think.
    I remake the same choice for my use clean it suits me and it really makes service.
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  • ethyl337ethyl337

    Excellent!

    Vox amPlug AC30Published on 12/18/12 at 08:32
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Battery operated.

    3 settings: Tone, Gain, Volume.

    1 headphone and 1 auxiliary.

    UTILIZATION

    No manual.

    I play with the Amplug plugged into the jack of the guitar and connected headphones.

    As I play at moderate volume, I use the gain to crunch, we wonder what is the point of having a Vox AC30 with the blue Alnico speakers so the sound is good. I would have said I would not have believed it. And that it is ridiculously small.

    SOUND QUALITY

    Excellent sound!

    Crunch heat well and present!

    OVERALL OPINION

    The type of device that makes you want to play without stopping.

    Vox legend even in smaller appareils.Payé 38 euros at this price, this is a ver…
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    Battery operated.

    3 settings: Tone, Gain, Volume.

    1 headphone and 1 auxiliary.

    UTILIZATION

    No manual.

    I play with the Amplug plugged into the jack of the guitar and connected headphones.

    As I play at moderate volume, I use the gain to crunch, we wonder what is the point of having a Vox AC30 with the blue Alnico speakers so the sound is good. I would have said I would not have believed it. And that it is ridiculously small.

    SOUND QUALITY

    Excellent sound!

    Crunch heat well and present!

    OVERALL OPINION

    The type of device that makes you want to play without stopping.

    Vox legend even in smaller appareils.Payé 38 euros at this price, this is a very good buy.

    I wish other brands like Mesa Boogie amp or Bogner out this kind of model.

    Orange and Marshall mini stack out models that I have not tried because I am on my Amplug so it sounds good to me!
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  • ncreffncreff

    Little used, limited in its clear

    Vox amPlug AC30Published on 11/20/12 at 08:12
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Rather simple.

    UTILIZATION

    Very simple to use, nothing to say, it works well. So hard not to know how to use.

    SOUND QUALITY

    I used a Squier Telecaster.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I am very little use, because I play pretty clean sound. While this is true, you can have crunchy sounds pretty good, but his hand is very clear with feeble breath.

    So I recommend only if you are not looking to play clear sound.
  • Patoche33100Patoche33100

    Super amp handheld

    Vox amPlug AC30Published on 08/08/12 at 05:13
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Headphone amplifier.
    3 settings: Gain, Tone, Volume
    1 headphone.
    An auxiliary input.

    UTILIZATION

    No need for manual.
    I use either directly or through headphones plugged into PC speakers.

    SOUND QUALITY

    The sound in the headphones is really to fall. It was like being plugged into a real AC30.
    Played on three different guitars (Yamaha Pacifica, Fender Telecaster and Les Paul Vintage), the receiver respects the character of each. I always have a preference for a combination AC30 / Telecaster. The dynamics are there.

    Be careful when you turn up the volume a breath is heard. The headphone but it's still reasonable plugged into a console or a speaker you can hear…
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    Headphone amplifier.
    3 settings: Gain, Tone, Volume
    1 headphone.
    An auxiliary input.

    UTILIZATION

    No need for manual.
    I use either directly or through headphones plugged into PC speakers.

    SOUND QUALITY

    The sound in the headphones is really to fall. It was like being plugged into a real AC30.
    Played on three different guitars (Yamaha Pacifica, Fender Telecaster and Les Paul Vintage), the receiver respects the character of each. I always have a preference for a combination AC30 / Telecaster. The dynamics are there.

    Be careful when you turn up the volume a breath is heard. The headphone but it's still reasonable plugged into a console or a speaker you can hear it.
    After a few months the knobs started to crash a few

    I broke the gain knob is stuck on 8 now allows me to learn to play with the dynamics of the attack and guitar volume. And at least this one does not crash anymore.

    OVERALL OPINION

    It's been two years since I use it, more or less often. This is a material that does not take place in the cover and who has already been helpful when I wanted to play just 5-10 minutes away from being complete my gear.
    Good idea auxiliary input for training on backing tracks.
    Too bad the setting seizing up so fast.

    Good tool for the price if somewhat fragile.
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  • quantatquantat

    Not bad at all!

    Vox amPlug AC30Published on 08/07/12 at 01:14
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Nothing to add to previous reviews: it goes from clean to saturated (via the gain)

    UTILIZATION

    Extremely easy to use.
    A headphone input, auxiliary input (very useful for you on the train tracks you Bossez).
    A knob for gain, one for tone, one volume for the

    SOUND QUALITY

    Saturated with headphones the sound is excellent.
    The clean sound is very good but actually means a breath (see previous review) but that does not cover that of the guitar.
    I tried a washburn Amplug wi66pro and a Duesenberg Carl Carlton.


    I plugged the Amplug directly on a sound system: the same conclusion: with distortion is quite correct; breath in clean, but it can do (the breath is easily…
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    Nothing to add to previous reviews: it goes from clean to saturated (via the gain)

    UTILIZATION

    Extremely easy to use.
    A headphone input, auxiliary input (very useful for you on the train tracks you Bossez).
    A knob for gain, one for tone, one volume for the

    SOUND QUALITY

    Saturated with headphones the sound is excellent.
    The clean sound is very good but actually means a breath (see previous review) but that does not cover that of the guitar.
    I tried a washburn Amplug wi66pro and a Duesenberg Carl Carlton.


    I plugged the Amplug directly on a sound system: the same conclusion: with distortion is quite correct; breath in clean, but it can do (the breath is easily covered by the instrument (s ).

    OVERALL OPINION

    I recently started using. I played before on the Korg Pandora PX3 sounds are very clean but has a "color" which I got tired. The product Amplug headphones sound really bluffing (which makes me want to buy a real AC30).

    Another big advantage: no son bulky outside the headphones (with the PX3 you have the connection that goes from the guitar to the machine in addition to the headphone). The connection request 1 second (it happens to you to want to gratouiller 10mn before returning to work but to tell you that the time to connect and all you have to leave?).

    The price / quality ratio is very good and I will ever be the same choice.
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