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  • Roland Mobile Cube

    Roland Mobile Cube - "One Of Best Amps For Money/Purpose"


    There's a lot of battery powered portable amps out there, or at least enough to do some serious comparisons. I own a Lunchbox Jr. and have played several others. The Roland is loud for its size but I wasn't able to use it when traffic noise got too l…

  • Blackstar Amplification Fly 3

    Blackstar Amplification Fly 3 - "Amazing and enchanting !"


    I bought this small amp alone as it was enough for me, since I wanted a small nomad amp (it can also be associated to an additional speaker to get a small stereo system). I wanting something versatile, light and good-sounding. The animal seems sturd…

  • Vox DA5

    Vox DA5 - "Great value for its price!"


    I purchased this amp a little over 3 years ago as a beginner guitarist looking for as much diversity as possible when learning and practicing. My tastes in music vary and I wanted something highly versatile when it comes to sound and effects. I play …

  • Vox Soundbox Mini

    Vox Soundbox Mini - "Excellent portable amp and mini boombox"


    I play jazz and pop (I actually play anything, except metal, although...). This amp is excellent for practicing. If I use it with batteries, I can take it from room to room in my apartment. I plug in my Samsung or I-RealPro to play along. Both …

  • Vox Mini3

    Vox Mini3 - " Very, very good apartment amp"


    3W modeling amp with several effects included. Guitar input, one microphone input, aux input and one headphone output. Use 9/10 Very simple configuration, the user's manual is okay, very good sounds (especially clean). Sound 8/10 It's more…

  • Roland Cube Lite

    Roland Cube Lite - "Best Practice Amp Ever"


    The Roland Cube Lite is a small 10 watt stereo practice amp designed to fit almost anywhere. It is made to look like a home stereo speaker to compliment your living room. The connections and knobs are all hidden near the back of the amp so that y…

  • Vox Mini3

    Vox Mini3 - "It does what it should"


    Features 7/10 Type: Modeling pedal disguised as an amp with a small and well-chosen speaker. Power: Low volume but big sound Connections: IN + Aux (mic/switchable loop) Controls and effects: Different mixes of well-chosen well-known amps + cabin…

  • Yamaha VA-5

    Yamaha VA-5 - "Nice one"


    Transistor amplifier. Basic tone and volume controls with a single input. UTILIZATION Extremely basic, simple. SOUNDS I use it with my keyboards OVERALL OPINION Nice, troble free, budget and sturdy. Does the job well …

  • Vox Mini3

    Vox Mini3 - "Great for home use"


    Features 7/10 It's a small, 3-watt, solid-state amp full of digital effects for home use. It can be battery or mains powered, you can connect an MP3 player to it, as well as headphones... Use 8/10 Hyper simple dialing, everything is written on …

  • Marshall MG2FX

    Marshall MG2FX - "needs more power"


    Having just reviewed a really bad portable amp, I feel compelled to give kudos to a product that figured it out. The Marshall MG2FX is a portable guitar amp. It is powered by 6 AA batteries, or the optional AC adapter. There is one 1/4" input and a p…