Vox Amplification announced a new acoustic simulator as the sixth member of its amPlug Series of portable headphone guitar amplifiers.
The amPlug Acoustic (APAG) features circuitry that simulates the sound of an acoustic guitar. Two distinct tones are available using the Fat/Bright switch, emulating steel and nylon string guitars. The Blend control allows the acoustic tone to be mixed with the original electric guitar signal for just the right balance.
In combination with an electric guitar’s own tone controls and pickup selection, the sound variation is unlimited, the company says.
An AUX IN jack is also provided, for jamming along or practicing to any MP3 or other audio source. When using alkaline batteries, the amPlug Acoustic can provide up to 27 hours of extended, on-the-go use, according to Vox.
Pricing & Availability
The VOX amPlug Acoustic (APAG) will be available October 2009 with a list price of $56.00.
For more information, visit www.voxamps.co.uk.
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