Vox amPlug Twin

Vox amPlug Twin

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

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Vox amPlug Twin tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Vox
  • Model: amPlug Twin
  • Series: amPlug
  • Category: Portable Guitar Amp Simulators
  • Added in our database on: 09/18/2011

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Vox amPlug Twin user reviews

Average Score:4.2( 4.2/5 based on 4 reviews )
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ebrian's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Pleasant"

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It could not be simpler. Made to work with headphones but goes on a sound system or powered speakers. Practice Plan B: your amp fails you plug in the sound with your pedals.


Proper chorus (optional) to enhance the sound. Quite in the spirit Fender Twin Reverb without reverb ... A certain stiffness in her but it's hard to do anything else at the moment.


The +

Very transportable
Makes good service for little space
Its correct

The -

A certain stiffness in its

faufilou's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Flawless!"

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I was really pleasantly surprised by the quality of this small Amplug! I was looking for a quick and effective solution to play with headphones, and I was not sure if the quality would be at the appointment. Well if! It sounds really good! The output level is more than adequate, I play with a Les Paul studio, and the vox perfectly reproduces the sound of my guitar. When the gain is at least one has a clear sound. When you turn up the gain, we get a rather nice overdrive! I also came close to trashing my ears! Attention to lower the volume that you turn up the gain! We can add a chorus that, unlike other notices that jai have read, adds depth to the sound. I plug the Amplug either directly to my guitar, either out of my pedalboard. on the other hand I wanted to plug into the auxiliary input of my amp, and it does not work. Big ignoble breath, impossible to play. In conclusion, for me it's good stuff, and a cheap solution to play with headphones!







celtwyn's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" surprise"

Vox amPlug Twin
it is a preamp that plugs directly into the guitar that allows you to connect a headset and play without disturbing the neighborhood

It is also useful if you do not have a headphone jack on your amp ... (it happens)


it is very simple, there is a headphone jack, gain knob, tone, volume, runs on two batteries LR3

chorus and more a function that can be placed or not, but you can not adjust the level of chorus


I already have the Acoustic Amplug I find it terrible, a lot of breath ... and the AC30 which I find better, but when you push a few buttons, it also blows a little ...

there I was surprised, I just tested, it is not mine, but I was jealous, to say the truth, I shall be left with.

I did not notice any wind, the sound seemed perfectly fine and even more comfortable than my AC30, since I had no breath to overdrive when I found it really good.

After that probably depends on his guitar, I have tested it on a high gain Rickenbacker pickups, and I really liked, and I'll think good to get one, except that I have a headphone jack on my amp so .... can use it otherwise, I use it as a preamp on a mixing desk ... or why not plug it into the auxiliary input of my amp ... a test ...

As for the chorus .... hey it's a little weird, it's as if there was a waiting time before it snaps ... short if you want your chorus Amplug, plug it into a chorus pedal in direct output, it will be much better.

Personal amp before I used my Amplug AC30 headphone amp like, and I plugged in at the end of chain of pedals, and it worked very well. So we may well do the same with this Amplug Twin


Compared to other Amplug I, obviously, this one is my favorite without hesitation, I have not yet, but it itches, it is on my list of future purchases ;-)

surfy's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Disappointed by the sound"

Vox amPlug Twin
Amplug that can plug into the guitar with headphone input, auxiliary input (for connecting an MP3), 3 buttons gain, tone, volume.
All this is pretty cheap, all plastic.
Batteries are supplied with.

This is common to all Amplug vox. Most of this model, a button "fx" to add a kind of stereo chorus.

I love the principle of Amplug (playing with a headset amp simulation, to a mp3, etc.). So the note is good on this point

I chose this model and told me they would have surely improved the simulations and because I was looking for a more focused clear tone.


It could not be simpler to use. One branch, it works.
No manual, no need.


That's where I was getting. I have the same version of "classic rock" that saturates very quickly gain, and whose sound is pretty average.
Here, the sound is downright bad for me. In the clear is fairly flat, it lacks fullness. It overwrites all the pretty twank my Telecaster.
I know it's just for fun as a tool, but still ...
And so if one adds overdrive is the absolute cata, om is the classic rock pretty good cash. I even talking about the distortion, there is catastrophic.


Used yesterday, he will return to the seller.
I compared to the AC30 (the Amplug) is really not bad, the classic rock that is medium, it is less well for me.
The clean sound is not even deep, it is very flat.
The chorus effect is quite marked (not very subtle) and is not adjustable (you put it or remove it).
Overall, therefore, disappointed.

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