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Vox AC4TV

Tube Combo Guitar Amp from Vox belonging to the AC4 series.

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Mischka Mischka

«  I love it »

Published on 09/10/14 at 04:49
Value For Money : Excellent
Hello,

Not much to say about this little amp, except that it sounds great for use in the apartment / homestudio. True Sound Vox (I also have an AC30 early 90's) with the power attenuator (1/4, 1 and 4 watts) very convenient. Good build quality for the Chinese (better than the blue version released in 2012), in short, a good little beast that can be improved with good lighting (2) or an HP high grade, although the original does well my happiness.

Keep on rockin '

Mischka

UTILIZATION

Child's play

SOUNDS

Varies from the typical clean lens of Vox and big overdrive with volume and using the power attenuator.

OVERALL OPINION

6 YEARS
This is the one I wanted
The sound
Excellent price / quality ratio
Vui !!
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