0C11OBVIY2H833 Vox ap2ac amplug 2 ac30 guitar/bass headphone amplifier

(6 customer reviews)


  • power supply: aaa batteries x 2 (nice with polaroid aaa batteries)
  • connections: headphone out, aux in
  • dimensions: w x d x h) 3. 39 x three. 15 x 1. 22″ 86 x eighty x 31mm)
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vox amplug ac30

with amplug g2, the vital analog circuit has been appreciably progressed, and each version presents 3 modes. Ac30 provides use of a tremolo circuit, as well as nine selectable consequences with 3 types of refrain, put off, and reverb.

a foldable plug mechanism that rotates a hundred and eighty tiers and an car power-off function are extra functions that contribute notably to advanced comfort and ease of use.

there may be additionally an aux input for jamming along with any audio participant. Amplug g2 is the most effective way to get critical sound; occupying sincerely no area, it is a perfect choice for any guitarist or bassist.

  • the fully-analog circuit has been definitely remodeled for an even clearer and more gift sound!
  • every version provides three amp modes, providing you with even greater variety
  • new folding plug mechanism rotates 180 stages to match any guitar
  • play anytime, everywhere with up to 17 hours of battery existence
  • 9 selectable outcomes (refrain x three, postpone x 3, reverb x 3)
  • vox’s amplug g2 collection headphone guitar amplifiers – locate the right model for you

    designed especially for low frequencies, presenting a extensive-range reaction.

    the real, crunchy blues tone of a cranked tweed amp.

    gives you the classic crunch of a united kingdom-made 100w amp.

    the best preference for fats, boutique inspired smooth sounds.

    searing, excessive gain lead tone that’s perfect for solos.

    offers you the acute excessive-benefit sound of a us-made amp.

    product description

    headphone guitar amplifier with 3 amp modes, nine selectable consequences, tremolo circuit, speaker cabinet emulation, and aux in jack.


    AC30, Bass, Bass + A-Frame Stand, Blues, Classic Rock, Clean, Clean + Clip-On Tuner, Lead, Metal

    6 reviews for 0C11OBVIY2H833 Vox ap2ac amplug 2 ac30 guitar/bass headphone amplifier

    1. skyforce95

      Watch it and its unboxing video in higher quality on my Youtube channel: skyforce95Read more

    2. BWK

      Two years ago, I bought a different headphone amp:JOYO JA-03 “Tube Drive” Sound Effect Mini Guitar Pocket Amplifier with Headphone Output . I paid $11.11 for it. I can plug it in between my bass and headphones and hear myself. I thought that was all I needed–just to hear myself for practicing. But it really sounds like crap and it was not specifically for a bass.So, last week I bought this Vox unitVOX AP2BS amPlug Bass G2 Guitar Headphone Amp which does the same thing but is made for a bass and costs almost four times as much ($39.99). Does it sound $29 better? Oh, yeah.Both units have volume, tone and gain adjustments (pots), an aux input and, of course, a headphone output. The Joyo’s initial gain adjustment is a pot whereas the Vox unit has 3 discrete levels you select with a push-button. (But there is a volume dial.) The Vox unit also has a drum machine with adjustable volume, tempo and 3 different rhythms, one of which can be tweaked to be just a metronome. I didn’t want the drum machine but I could see a use for it, provided we’re in 4/4 time.I wish I’d bought the Vox unit two years ago; it sounds that much better. The tone is clean and rich and sounds, to me, like an expensive amp.Read more

    3. Tom T

      I purchased a VOX AC30 headphone amp a few years back and while it worked fine, It just didn’t have the sound I wanted. When the “Blues” version of the amp was released I watched the reviews for a long while before deciding to take a chance. I figured that if it didn’t sound any better than my AC 30 I could return it.Well, I was really surprised at how much better this amp sounded than my old AC30. With a decent (not expensive) set of over the ear headphones the sound into my ears is close to what I hear with a good full sized amp. I can plug my laptop or phone into the AUX input and play along with some backing tracks. A perfect setup for practice in a hotel room.Like other VOX headphone amps, this one has three sound versions plus three Effects. Thus you can mix up 12 different outputs. There are Tone, Gain and Volume pots for fine tuning. Turning up the gain has the expected effect of producing a gritty over-drive sound. The tone knob does a pretty good job of toning down treble.The VOX plugs directly into the audio jack of your guitar, but I find this pretty inconvenient since it never seems to orient so that adjustments are easy to make while playing. As an alternative, I use a two foot long 1/4″ audio extension cord. That is long enough to allow me to wrap the VOX over my lap for easy access. It also reduces the chance of breaking the unit’s audio plug when sitting the guitar down.I’ve tried many different approaches to getting a truly portable guitar amp setup. Most end up clumsy or sound awful. The VOX Blues headphone amp is a home run by comparison to anything I’ve tried to date.I highly recommend it to anyone looking for a way to play and practice when guitar sound is not necessarily welcomed.Read more

    4. Alan Turing

      I wanted a “no frills” amp for practicing my guitar in bed late at night without disturbing the whole house and this unit fit the bill perfectly.Of course, a headphone amp is going to be limited by the speaker that generates the actual sound (this goes for any amp, really) so if you have crappy headphones, you shouldn’t expect miracles, but if you have good headphones or better yet, a nice stereo system, you can expect to be very pleased with the sound quality and features at this price point. This unit essentially feels like they took the circuit board from one of those Vox modelling amps (AD30VT etc) and miniaturized it.I am mainly using this unit while plugging it into a real stereo system that I use for my TV and PS4 etc (a standard audio receiver and 2 large Technics floor speakers). On this setup, it sounds incredible, even better than the Vox digital modelling amps, possibly due to the nice technics speakers. Clean and slightly overdriven tones are essentially the same or better as a real AC30 (this unit adds *zero* noise, I couldn’t believe it).Of course, when you try to push the gain up, since it’s digital, this little thing will not be able to match the sweet tones of a real overdriven tube amp, and you might get some clipping or harsh distortion if you don’t dial it in just right. In my experience, after finding the sweet spot between my guitar’s volume and this amp’s gain and volume knobs, I was able to dial in some really nice lead tones (once again, similar to the AD30VT), though ultimately I ended up sticking to the cleaner sounds which can range from natural “acoustic” low-gain tones to sparkly, shimmery tones with a medium amount of gain.As for negative feedback, I imagine some of the negative reviewers here who are reporting tinny / piercing sounds simply haven’t found that sweet spot between their attack, guitar volume, amp gain, amp volume, and finally, speaker/headphone volume. You really need to get all 5 factors right to get the most mileage out of this thing. If you don’t dial it in right, you will probably get less than stellar sounds but that just means you aren’t dialing it in right. The effects (chorus, delay, etc) obviously will not sound as great as dedicated analog stomp boxes but they are good enough for a distraction. I only use the reverb, and I found that one of the 3 available reverb settings suited my needs perfectly.As a final though, I love having the amp controls right at the guitar. I wish my real amps would let me adjust gain and volume right from my guitar!Read more

    5. Nathaniel Browning

      Good quality brand at a reasonable price. Three small dials for volume, tone and gain with an FX switch to provide a nice range of sounds. Battery operated, easy to use and perfect for “quiet” practice. Overall just what I was looking for in a plug-in headphone amp. The ‘Classic Rock’ model works/sounds great for me.Read more

    6. FHW3

      Great product … to reduce the likelihood of breakage, put a 1/4 in leader cable on it, with a gender changer if necessary, rather than plugging it directly into the guitar. Otherwise you can fairly easily break off the plug in the guitar jack.Read more

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