Vox amPlug Acoustic
Vox amPlug Acoustic

amPlug Acoustic, Portable Guitar Amp Simulator from Vox in the amPlug series.

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iamqman 04/21/2011

Vox amPlug Acoustic : iamqman's user review

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Wow is the first one that comes to mind when I hear this little pocket amp. Plug your electric guitar into this thing and it really emulates the sound of an acoustic guitar. very cool little device. The tone from this thing going direct into a recording system is exceptional. The tone is so close to the sound of a nice hollow bodied acoustic guitar.

Vox amPlug Acoustic Headphone Guitar Amplifier Features:

* Plugs directly into your guitar
* AUX in jack lets you jam along with your CD/MP3 player
* Emulates the sound of an acoustic guitar
* Fat/Bright switch for two types of acoustic sounds
* Blend control to mix acoustic tones with original signal
* Up to 27 hours of battery life
* Quick and easy setup


Type Solid State
Number of Channels 1
Speakers No Speaker
Effects No Effects
Reverb No Reverb
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)


Just plug in any electric guitar you have laying around and plug into this thing and strap on your headphone. The tone is so well done and for the price of a meal out you could get a good workable practice acoustic tone for quietly jamming in your home or office.

I prefer the sound of a Fender Stratocaster since you get a nice single coil tone with the note clarity and separation . The Les Paul can be a bit bulky in tone so a Tele or a Strat would be optimum.


The battery keeps for a solid day straight of hamming. This thing is such a great tool for the acoustic player who needs quiet practice. It is going to give you a full and rich tone that will equal any other acoustic simulator around. This thing isn't going to sound exactly like an acoustic but it will give you just about as good as your are going to get to any Taylor or Gisbon Hummingbird guitar.

At new these units come in at around $40 which is a steal of a price. I would recommend this little pocket amp to anyone who loves playing the acoustic but it can be too loud at work or while your kid is sleeping. Nice piece of work.