Nuevo "cacharrito" de VOX

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#1 por Krupz el 27/09/2007
La verdad es que no se como calificarlo ... (super-mini-amplificador), digo yo ...


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Just plug amPlug into your guitar and play!
Introducing the amPlug – the headphone guitar amp that lets you enjoy serious guitar sound, fast.

Jamming late at night? Don't want to wake the neighbors? Maybe you want to work out a lick with your MP3 player without taking the time to set up your amp. You want to play guitar right now. amPlug is the answer. Simply plug this palm-sized headphone guitar amp directly into your guitar, and enjoy serious guitar sound anywhere, anytime.

It's even available in three different sound styles: VOX AC30, Classic Rock, based on a UK-made amplifier head, and Metal, based on a California-made high-gain amplifier head. Even with its ultra-compact size, amPlug perfectly reproduces the complex and warm distortion that is distinctive of a vacuum tube, as well as the powerful high gain produced by a large amp stack. Using all new analog modeling technology, amPlug delivers full-fledged amp sound that will revolutionize your guitar playing.

* Plugs directly into your guitar—a great-sounding headphone guitar amp that gives you serious sound fast.
* Available in three styles: VOX AC30, Classic Rock, and Metal.
* AUX in jack lets you jam along with your CD/MP3 player.
* 100% analog circuit faithfully simulates the response of the original amps.
* AC30 emulates the AC30 top boost sound of a vintage VOX AC30.
* Classic Rock gives you the great high-gain sound of a UK-made 100W amp.
* Metal delivers the explosive roar of US high-gain metal sound.
* Up to 15 hours of battery lifewith the supplied AAA batteries
* Quick and easy setup! Just connect amPlug to your guitar and enjoy serious sound.

amPlug is a headphone guitar amp that can fit in the palm of your hand. Just plug it into your guitar, put on your headphones, and start enjoying serious guitar tones with amazing presence. You can choose from three types of sound. There's the aptly named "AC30" which gives you the top boost sound of a vintage VOX AC30, "Classic Rock" which delivers the classic high gain sound of a UK-manufactured 100W amp, and "Metal" which produces the aggressively powerful metal sound of a US-made amp. With these three different amplug products to choose from, you can start enjoying whatever guitar sound suits your mood for today.
amPlug simulates the circuitry of a vacuum tube amp completely in analog. The result is superior headphone amp tone for the players who are particular about their sound

With its completely analog design, great care was also taken with amPlug's gain circuitry. The "AC30" uses two natural-sounding gain stages to reproduce the distinctive AC30 tone. "Classic Rock" uses four classical gain circuits to deliver that great sound. "Metal" uses two stages of ultra-high gain plus a mid-cut circuit, giving you modern metal high-gain sound anywhere and anytime. Even the circuit response of the original amp is simulated completely. The simulation extends not only to the response of the tone circuits, but also to the way in which the high frequency and gain are affected when you turn down the volume control of the guitar. Every detail has been faithfully reproduced.
amPlug can be used in numerous ways

With up to fifteen hours of battery life, it's easy to take amPlug anywhere. In addition to practicing at home, it's a great way to warm up before a live performance or on the road. And amPlug is not just a convenient way to get great guitar sound. There's also an AUX input jack so you can jam along with your CD/MP3 player.

amPlug is your fastest ticket to great tone – anytime, anywhere!

amPlug Specifications

* Power supply: two AAA batteries
* Battery life: with alkaline batteries: approximately 20 hours, with zinc-carbon batteries: approximately 7 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

http://www.voxamps.co.uk/amplug/
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#2 por hector (titoblues) el 27/09/2007
Yo mataría por uno, ojalá a sudamérica lleguen pronto.

Saludos,

P.D.: Me veo tocando acostado viendo tele con ese bicho.
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#3 por niguen el 27/09/2007
a baterías,ostias, ¿éstos le robaron la idea al forero aquel del ampli kinder sorpresa o que? jajajaj

oí los ejemplos colgados en la pagina pero me parece un poco inverosimil, a ver si alguien subiera algo en youtube...

Hoy dormiré tranquilo porque se que mi peor enemigo vela por mí.

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#4 por jperlun el 27/09/2007
http://www.thomann.de/es/vox_amplug_ac30.htm

..habra que escucharlo, en la web suenan muy bien pero como se comprtara en la realida. La verdad que por el precio no me interesa. :saludo:

"A veces las limitaciones de un guitarrista no son porque no pueda hacerlo, sino porque eligió no hacerlo"

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#5 por donjispap el 31/05/2008
me acabo de comprar uno de estos amplificadores la verdad es que suenan de lujo me compre el ac30 y tiene el sonido caracteristico de los vox, tiene ademas una entrada aux para conectar un reproductor mp3 y tocar junto con la musica, con respecto al dinero es un poco elevado pero todo se compensa con el sonido y la comodidad que te da el poder tocar en cualquier lugar sin necesidad de cargar cables, ampli y extensiones electricas, alguna limitacion...:roll: cuando la encuentre se las hare saber por el momento estoy conforme:ok:
saludos:saludo:
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#6 por Alex Marr el 24/08/2008
joder tio este invento es perfecto :D ahora podre ir a la clases del tecnologico con mi guitarra electrica y sonando XD

GAS: Korg Mini Kaoss,Telecaster Classic Vibe Left Handed,OCD,
TC Nova Repeater.

El tiempo de dios es perfecto y colocará cada quien en su lugar..
Corcheas: 180, Tresillos 150, Semicorcheas 110

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#7 por xdemianx el 24/08/2008
oo, yo vi hace un tiempito de estos en una tienda por internet y no sabia que eran xDD, se ven muy bien, podria comprarme uno ^^

Guitarra Ibanez Grx40, Ampli Borton Audio 40w 8"x2, Pedalera Korg Ax1500g
http://www.youtube.com/user/DemianLP

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#8 por malinga_rock el 24/08/2008
paren, eso suena? o era que habia que sacarle auriculares? Y, Hector llegaron a sudamerica.

Saludos.
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#9 por mrsicilia el 26/08/2008
Pues leí una review en una revista y los ponían muy muy bien... habrá que catarlos...

- ¡Hasta un niño de cinco años sería capaz de entender esto!... Rápido, busque a un niño de cinco años, a mí me parece chino." Groucho Marx en Sopa de Gansos

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#10 por soto2 el 26/08/2008
Y eso como funciona, tienes que tener uno para cada estilo??
Tiene que sonar de zurraspas el bicho ese.
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#11 por loro rnr el 26/08/2008
Y de potencia? Digo yo que cuando le metas el mp3 te sonará a rayos y ademas no se escuchará mucho...

:saludo:
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#12 por jae24565 el 26/08/2008
Tengo uno que compré para tocar por la noche o en ocasiones que no te llevas el ampli en el coche y lo metes dentro de la funda de la guitarra y a tocar en cualquier sitio. El volumen es más que suficiente y la entrada para ipod o mp3 es una idea cojonuda. Os lo recomiendo a todos ya que lo usaréis. De veras.
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