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Vox DA10 Guitar Combo Amp
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Based on the popular DA5 Digital Amp, the DA10 guitar amplifier combines higher power with the same great tone and go-anywhere portability of their s...Click To Read More About This Product
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Portable, playable anywhere, and loaded with tone.
Based on the popular DA5 Digital Amp, the DA10 guitar amplifier combines higher power with the same great tone and go-anywhere portability of their smaller sibling. The Vox DA10 offers the option of running on battery power, so you can take the jam session literally anywhere!
Loaded with tone, at home or to go. The 10W DA10 offers 11 distinctive sound styles ranging from clean to high gain, 11 great sounding, digital effects, a knob-based control panel that's really easy to use, plus a whole lot more. Designed to take the show on the road, the DA10 amp can be cranked up at 5W on battery power (6 x C batteries, not included).
Great sounding effects. The versatility of the DA10 extends to a full complement of 11 digital effects. Features auto-wah, chorus + delay, chorus + reverb, compressor, compressor + chorus, compressor + phaser, delay, flanger + reverb, reverb, rotary + reverb, and tremolo + reverb. There's also a Tap Button that makes it easy to set the delay time or modulation speed. And like the larger AD Series or "Valvetronix" amps, editing the effects parameters on the DA10 combo is simple.
Double up the tone. The DA10 is equipped with 2VOX original design 6.5" speakers. You don't have to sacrifice great tone for portability and ease of use!
Play it anywhere, any way! The DA10 can be powered by its AC adapter or by six C batteries. A built-in output power switch (MAX, 1.5W, 0.5W) helps extend battery life and lets you play at lower volume without losing any tone or feel.
That's not the only trick this tone machine has to offer. The DA10 amplifier comes equipped with an AUX IN that allows you to connect an external audio device such as a CD or MP3 player, plus a MIC INPUT to connect a microphone. Just plug your guitar in, and you can play and sing along with your favorite band or recording!
Great for practicing and recording. The Vox DA10 combo is equipped with a combination Line/Headphone output so you can connect to a headphone, mixer or recorder. The amps' emulated line out provides a full, realistic sound whether you're recording direct or listening through headphones. And since plugging into the jack defeats the speaker output, you can practice when you want, where you want, and as loud as you want in total privacy.
Great sounding. Great looking too. The DA10 is dressed in black vinyl with black chrome grilles or brown diamond grille cloth.
- Number of amp types: 11
- Number of effects: 11
- Noise reduction: 1
- Input/output jacks: 1x INPUT, 1x AUX IN jack, 1x MIC INPUT, 1x LINE/PHONE
- Power amp output: DA10: Maximum 10W RMS @ 8ohms
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I also have the DA5 and the DA20 but the DA10 is really the bee's whiskers. The DA5 sounds boxy, as could be expected for such a small amp, but it's improved vastly by using an EQ boost at 100Hz and 6K Hz. The DA20 is good with lots of body and power but... However, the DA10 really hits the tonal mark. It has way more charisma than the other two and, to someone considering the DA5 for its size and price or the DA20 for it's power, I would say check out the DA10. It-sounds-better. Same features and electronic guts but the size and speaker configuration somehow brings out the best of what's inside and makes the DA10 an amp with a definitive and very likable character. It was a hunt to find one in the Classic Vox outfit, not the industrial looking wire grate affairs. But I've now gigged with it (not a high volume situation) and it's great IMHO. It being a bit bigger than compact size is worth it because the tone is fab and its less than blasting volume capacity (it is still plenty loud) can be easily overcome up with an SM57 mike when necessary.
I've been playing for 25 years and this is absolutely the best practice amp I've ever owned (and I've had a few!). I compared it to comparable Marshalls (which I favor), Peaveys and Fenders, and the richness of the tones and the dual speaker setup was unmatched. Their amp modeling circuits are really nice, and for the amount of cash you spend on this amp, it's limitations are outweighed by its versatility and usability.
2nd review. This amp is a small amp with a big attitude. It is loaded with feature"like auto wah with speed control,crunch 1 and 2, and drive to name a few.It has a big powerful sound that is very rich in tone.All the features sound great.It is a 10watt amp with 2 6.5in. speakers.For the one that said it is not loud enough,it has a power select switch in back of the panel,see if the switch is set on max if not you are in for a big treat.I played on other small amps, like the roland cube and the 15watt fender digital .Vox beats them both hands down.Vox rules my guitars.
There is no tuner and the voice channel doesn't have reverb (as it does on the Roland Cube Street - still fantasyware at the time of this writing) - but it is $100 less expensive.... and does have the great feature of being able to switch the power used by the batteries.That said, I've been waiting for this for a LONG time. The DA10 sounds great (certainly better than the Microcube, as does the DA5), is just the right size for a small gig, fits on my motorcycle luggage rack. Bottom line, this is a delightful amp, a real keeper....I will keep this even if I have to purchase the Cube Street... (one can't have too many great portable amps....:-)I use a Pickup The World pickup on my Flamenco guitars; but the amp sounds great with my Yamaha Silent Guitar as well...
This amp is alsome,great features and sounds great. One person wrote that it is not load enought.How loud do you want this amp to get it is only a 10watt amp.I think it is plenty loud for a 10watt. This amp has great features i love the auto wah. Anouther great amp by vox. Vox rocks
THis amp is okay for being a solid state the only good settings are chrunch 1, high gain 1,2,3 and clean 1. the effects are average at best the best ones are auto wah, delay, and the reverb is pretty good. the only problem with teh auto wah is tha you can't really control it they should have sent it with a pedal from the factory. it also needs chanels.