Acoustic Sounds From Your Electric Guitar

Vox announce the amPlug Acoustic headphone amplifier      14/09/09
Acoustic Sounds From Your Electric Guitar

Vox have extended their family of guitar/bass headphone amplifiers with the amPlug Acoustic which they say will give you sweet acoustic tones from your electric guitar, anytime, anyplace.
Here's all the details in Vox's own words...
The sixth sibling in the VOX amPlug family provides acoustic guitar sounds from an electric guitar!
Introducing the VOX amPlug Acoustic, the palm-sized headphone amplifier with an acoustic simulator built right in! Just plug it in to any electric guitar; the amPlug Acoustic quickly creates shimmering, rich acoustic guitar sounds. Two distinct sounds are available using the Fat/ Bright switch. The Blend combines the acoustic tone with the original signal for just the right mix! In combination with electric guitar's own tone controls and pickup selection, the sound variation is unlimited. The ultra-long battery life provides up to 27 hours of extended enjoyment! At home, in the studio and on the go, amPlug Acoustic delivers superb acoustic guitar sounds anytime, anyplace.
Main Features
  • Plugs in to any electric guitar, delivering acoustic guitar tones in the headphones
  • Fat / Bright switch offers two types of acoustic sounds
  • Blend control mixes the acoustic tones with your original signal for just the right mix
  • Go-anywhere portability with an ultra-long battery life – up to 27 hours!
  • AUX input for jam sessions with your favorite songs on CD, MP3, etc.
  • Power supply: two AAA batteries
  • Battery life: with alkaline batteries: approximately 27 hours with zinc-carbon batteries: approximately 10 hours.
  • Dimensions (W x D x H): 86 x 80 x 31 (mm), 3.39" x 3.15" x 1.22"
  • Weight: 40g /1.41oz. (not including batteries).
  • Included items: two AAA zinc-carbon batteries
Pricing and Availability:
Price: £49.00 GBP
Availability: Nov 2009 More information:


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    igor    Said...

    is this available in the Philippines?

    12-Dec-09 10:26 PM

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