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Vox DA5
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Vox DA5

Portable Guitar Amp from Vox belonging to the DA series.

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nitz31 nitz31

«  mobile and bluffing »

Publié le 06/23/10 à 02:49
See other reviews that are already complete for caractériqtiques. It is very comprehensive.

I would just put a layer on the portability (it fits in a bag type Eastpack) and low consumption of the device, the power selector to manage their consumption, which is a huge advantage when it runs on batteries .

UTILIZATION

config childish enough manual, it sounds right away.

SOUNDS

You can play any style without worries, it sounds in all circumstances. All simulations have something to say, and the effects are very good for an amp of this size at this price.

OVERALL OPINION

I used it several years before I separated because I only used more sufficiently.

For me there is NO equivalent model, because its power switch is unique! And if we compare the power level, for me there is no comparison with the Roland Cube, which is just a toy next to no interest: the same price there is no hesitation to have. With the DA5 was a REAL amp, with whom I even made repeated with a battery, as surprising for its size, it has a sacred potato.

The set is very good and solid. If this amp is not bad for playing at home, it is mostly outdoors, for mobile use (mini-concerts, street wild oxen in the country ...) that finds its true value. On occasion it may even help for ox or a repeat, because it has enough sweet potatoes to avoid being faced with a ridiculous battery.
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