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Vox amPlug Acoustic Praised
The amPlug Acoustic has three dials: volume, tone and blend (to control the mix of the sound of your original guitar with the sound of the amPlug).
After testing out the amPlug Acoustic, Guitar & Bass Magazine's reviewer was left with a good impression.
"The Acoustic amPlug knocks out some wonderful clean sounds, from warm jumbo-like rumbles to lighter, sparkling tones."
Sound On Sound Magazine also praised the quality of the amPlug Acoustic, calling it "an impressive-sounding little gadget".
What's more, Vox claim that the amPlug can work up to deliver up to 27 hours of battery life.
Available at Gear4music for under Â£35, this clever device will be a valued addition to any guitarists' stocking this Christmas.
Save money on Guitar Amplifiers today!Posted on 17 Dec 2009 14:58 to category : Instruments News
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