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Vox DA5 Guitar Amp
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The Vox DA5 boasts a collection of 11 amp sound styles, built-in effects, and 24-bit/44.1 kHz signal processing. Can operate on battery power for ult...Read More
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A complete rehearsal amp solution at 7-1/2 pounds!
The Vox DA5 boasts a collection of 11 amp sound styles, built-in effects, and 24-bit/44.1 kHz signal processing. Can operate on battery power for ultimate portability. 11 controllable effects include auto wah, compressor, delay, reverb, flanger, phaser, chorus, tremolo, and rotary plus noise reduction. .5, 1.5, or 5 watt selectable output lets you overdrive the amp without getting loud. Aux in and separate mic in for accompanying your favorite music and practicing your vocals. Headphone out adds cab tonality for airy, realistic headphone play. Included AC adapter.
- .5, 1.5, or 5 watts selectable
- 6-1/5" speaker
- 11 amp models
- 11 effects
- 10-1/2"W x 7"D x 10-1/2"H
- 7-1/2 lbs.
Now you don't have to compromise on tone while you're practicing. Order today!
Reviewed by 21 customers
You can sit and play this amp for hours and never get tired! I have just bought this amp earlier this week and cant get enough! If you want an amazing practice amp this is the amp for you! All the effects are awsome and work amazingly and this little baby gets pretty loud! It will amaze you and it still amazes me everytime I play it! BUY THIS AMP!
I just bought this today, and I already know I can highly recommend it without "living with it" for awhile. If you're looking for a portable practice amp, battery powered, about the size of a toaster, this thing is a monster. I needed one to toss in my car so I could goof around during my lunch hour with my guitars. I have tried the ol' standard Pignose, but I wanted more features. This NAILS so many tones. Pretty loud, too! Great, versatile distortion settings. Great clean and blues tones, and you can over-drive those a bit. It has reverb, delay, chorus, auto-wah etc. This is PERFECT for my solo practice sessions when I'm playing hookie from my job! I gave it 10's all around...
my friend brought this to camp a year or two ago and it was great for that. Since i dont own it, i dont really know how it lasts, but i know i was always stealing it out of his bunk and using it. It also has good effects, (another good travel quality) and it can go pretty much as loud or quite you want your travel practice jams to go.
My friend and I bought this amp, because we had no where to practice. The cool thing is, we can plug his guitar into the "mic" input. He doesn't get to use the effect the amp offers, but we have a blues driver pedal that can also run on batteries, so that takes care of that. It is great to be able to go anywhere out side and jam!The amp itself is great! The different tones/effects really rock, and there is no distortion even when we both are plugged in. I highly recommend this amp.
The effects all sound pretty good. The auto-wah is a little tricky, and you have to fiddle with the flange before it sounds right. Other than that, the features are top notch for such a good price. This little amp can really scream, too. Very light and portable. I would recommend this amp to a beginning guitar player because it gives them the versatility of tons of sounds so that they can find one or two they like and not have to spend a bundle on effects. I would also recommend it to college dorm residents like myself, or anyone living in limited quarters. Keep in mind, though, it's only a practice amp.
A review on a Guitar World CD sold me on the Vox DA5 practice amp, and I am not disappointed. Although it only pushes 5 watts, it has plenty of volume for practicing anywhere; the headphone jack is an absolute must for late night procticing in my house. I absolutely love the 11 amp sound styles and the 11 customizable effects are pretty sweet too. The only one I don't care for is the Auto-Wah, but since I've only had this amp a few days, I could change my mind. My guitar, a Westone Spectrum II, sounds great through this little amp. Loaded with features combined with it's low price, the Vox DA5 packs a punch. If you're looking for a practice amp, take a serious look at this amp. You get a lot for a small price.
I wanted a small amp to cart around for practice and to leave at the office. I was very suprised at how well this lil amp sounds. The effects are goodthe sound is good and suprisingly loud for the watts. I gave it a 8 for features because of only being able to mix two effects. But other than thatfor a practice amp I'm very pleased. I have a vox AD50VT that I like as well and a vintage tube for gigs. This would be a great bedroom amp for the new player.
Compared this at a music store to the microcube. The sales guy wanted me to look at the next Roland up (15 something) which had no effects. Was looking for a couch amp that would sound cool and could go anywhere. Amazing! I want to put a C414 up to this and see what it records like..GREAT TONE! Got it for $125.00 at a local music store.
I bought this amp specifically for life in a college dorm and it is fulfilling its goal. The 0.5 Watt setting is amazingly quiet yet still true to the tone. This thing really does get loud on the 5W setting, its amazing to hear so much sound out such a little guy. The effects are decent, I'm still not huge on the models, usually stick to Blues 3, Drive and the cleans, the high gains are very digital. That is the only bad thing about the amp, it being a digital does not sound like that tube amp glory most of us are looking for, but hey its a $140 practice amp not a $2000 Marshall stack. If you are thinking of playing guitar in college and looking into some cheap Crate/Fender/whatever 15W, give this guy a shot, its very much worth the extra $40.
I wanted to upgrade my plain vanilla 20-w practice amp with some effects and an additional input for an MP3 player. I also thought it might be nice to have something portable but the few portables that I saw, like Roland?s Micro Cube, seemed to be too much of a compromise. Then I came across this. The DA5 has a nice pallet of effects and descent control over them. The volume is surprising an amp this size and is plenty loud enough for the environments where I want to use it (home, hotel rooms, camping, etc.). I?ve only used the MP3 input, which woks well, but it also has a mic input with level control. Although I?ve only had it few days but it appears to be sturdy enough to withstand the wear and tear of travel. The knobs are recessed and the case is heavy ? with a little care, I expect it to hold up.The DA5 is not substitute for a stack of real equipment. However, it is outstanding for a portable, battery-powered practice amp, and for that, I score it 5 across the board. I have to say, VOX nailed it.