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Vox JamVOX Guitar Jam and Practice Tool  

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Take the lead with your favorite bands.

The Vox JamVOX puts together an audio monitor and software so you can extract the guitar from any MP3 and plug into the mix of your favorite bands. Use JamVOX to create instant jam tracks from any song. Best of all, you play lead guitar backed by the original band members.

JamVOX gives guitarists instant access to dozens of legendary amps and effects all in one easy-to-use, drag-and-drop software interface with included audio monitor. With JamVOX' Revolutionary Guitar XTracktion (GXT) technology you remove the guitar part of your favorite songs with the push of a button. Alternatively, you can extract or isolate the guitar part, slow down the tempo on the backing track, and practice any style of music without changing the pitch.

The Vox JamVOX guitar practice tool includes authentic software models that recreate 19 famous guitar amps and 54 vintage and modern effects. You'll be able to perfectly reproduce the sounds of your favorite guitarists. Vox also accompanies the JamVox guitar practice system with a dedicated full-range USB monitor speaker, so there's no need for complex wiring or any specialized knowledge of computer music. Vox also includes a 2-CD 28-song bundle of guitar play-along tracks of famous songs, courtesy of Hal Leonard Corporation with your JamVOX.

FEATURES
JamVOX Software Amp/effect
  • Revolutionary new GXT (Guitar XTracktion) function lets you cancel or extract the guitar part of an existing song.
  • 19 famous guitar amps and 54 effect units ranging from vintage to modern are provided as software.
  • Easy-to-use "drag and drop" interface enables guitarists to create their "dream guitar rig" without any advanced knowledge of amps or effects. Sound famous fast!
  • A music player feature with convenient functions for jam sessions or practice.
  • Import music files to jam along with from your favorite CDs, music library or MP3 player.
  • A dedicated USB monitor speaker is included, and there's no need for complex wiring or specialized knowledge of computer music.
  • Two guitar play-along CDs containing 28 famous rock classics.
  • More than 100 Guitar programs that include the guitar sounds of famous songs and guitarists
  • Pickup modeling function lets you produce the sounds of different pickups than those actually on the connected guitar
  • Audition function lets you hear the sound of each program without having to play your guitar
  • Use the convenient Compare function and Snapshot function when editing your guitar sounds
  • Auto Chromatic Tuner by KORG, with excellent visibility
  • Use an optional expression pedal and foot switch to control the effects with your foot
Music player
  • Import your iTunes library
  • Tempo Change function lets you change the playback speed without affecting the pitch of the song
  • Pitch Change function lets you change the playback pitch without affecting the tempo of the song
  • Auto Change function allows you to automatically switch guitar sounds or GXT settings at the desired point during the song playback
  • Loop Play function repeatedly plays the specified region of one song
  • Loudness function adds a "live" feel to the song playback
  • Use the dedicated website JamVOX-Online to find, audition, and download the Guitar programs or GXT programs that are best for a song: you can also upload your own settings for others to use
  • 100 drum patterns are convenient for practicing or creating riffs
  • Metronome function is indispensible for serious practice
JamVOX Monitor
  • Powered monitor speaker with built-in 2-in/2-out USB audio interface
  • Two-inch full-range speakers deliver powerful and high-quality sound: rated power output is 0.75W+0.75W
  • USB bus powered design does not require an external power supply to be connected: 500mA current consumption
  • Proprietary low-latency design eliminates delay from when you play your guitar until you hear the sound
  • Mic input allows you to record vocals or enjoy sessions with a vocalist
  • Also usable as a USB audio interface that supports ASIO/CoreAudio compatible software, and as a speaker for your computer
  • Song List:
  • Day Tripper - The Beatles
  • Crossroads - Cream
  • All Along The Watchtower - Jimi Hendrix Experience
  • Babe, I'm Gonna Leave You - Led Zeppelin The Thrill is Gone - B.B. King
  • Paranoid - Black Sabbath
  • Layla - Derek And The Dominos
  • Smoke On The Water - Deep Purple
  • Money - Pink Floyd
  • Jessica - The Allman Brothers Band
  • Free Bird - Lynyrd Skynyrd
  • Walk This Way - Aerosmith
  • Tush - ZZ Top
  • Rock And Roll All Nite - Kiss
  • Message In A Bottle - The Police
  • Crazy Little Thing Called Love - Queen
  • Back In Black - AC/DC
  • Crazy Train - Ozzy Osbourne
  • Start Me Up - The Rolling Stones
  • The Trooper - Iron Maiden
  • Pride And Joy - Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble
  • Hot For Teacher - Van Halen
  • Am I Evil? - Metallica
  • Satch Boogie - Joe Satriani
  • Man In The Box - Alice In Chains
  • Alive- Pearl Jam
  • Smells Like Teen Spirit - Nirvana
  • Know Your Enemy ” Rage Against the Machine
SPECIFICATIONS
JamVOX Monitor
  • Front panel:
  • Guitar Input (1/4" phone jack, Mono) Mic Input (XLR jack, Mono)
  • Mic Input Level Control
  • Output Level Control
  • Phones Output (1/4" phone jack, Stereo)
  • Monitor Level Control
  • Power indicator LED
  • Rear panel:
  • Line Input L / R (1/4 phone jacks) Line Output L / R (1/4 phone jacks) Foot Switch Jack (1/4 phone jack) Expression Pedal Jack (1/4 phone jack) USB Port (Connector TYPE B)
  • Operating requirements:
  • Mac:
  • CPU: Apple PowerPC G4 1.5GHz or faster, or Intel CPU
  • RAM: 1GB or larger
  • Display: 1,024 x 768 - 32,000 colors or higher
  • OS: Mac OS X 10.4 or later
  • Windows:
  • CPU: Intel Pentium4 2.0GHz or faster
  • RAM: 1GB or larger
  • Display: 1,024 x 768 ” 16 bit colors or higher
  • OS: Windows XP SP2, Windows Vista SP1(32-bit) or later
  • Dimensions (W x D x H): 240 mm x 160 mm x 122.5 mm (not including protrusions)
  • Weight: 2.4 kg
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3.8

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Hidden Features using Jamvox

Great Practice tool and recording interface too
Also you can record using a DAW with it - I use Reaper - run Jamvox, pick a preset you like, minimize it and run...Read complete review

Great Practice tool and recording interface too
Also you can record using a DAW with it - I use Reaper - run Jamvox, pick a preset you like, minimize it and run Reaper - select JAMVOX as your input and Voila' - it'll record it fine! I also use it as an interface in any DAW - close Jamvox - run DAW and select Jamvox as your input once again then load any Ampsim, Head and Cab or whatever - makes a great 24-bit interface.

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Weekend Warrior Solution

I'm more of a weekend musician, and don't have a lot of time for setups. Tried using the Digitech pedals, which are terrific, but I seem to spend more time reading the manual...Read complete review

I'm more of a weekend musician, and don't have a lot of time for setups. Tried using the Digitech pedals, which are terrific, but I seem to spend more time reading the manual than playing. The Jamvox appears to be the perfect solution. All I have to do is plug it in, select the hardware or group/musician I want to sound like, and start playing. Basically, I have thousands of dollars worth of equipment to drag/drop and play around with. If I had the time, I could spend all day playing with this stuff, but it's just easier to select a hardware setup and start playing.
I did several GTX songs, setup to remove the rhythm guitar, while it does not eliminate the sound, it does lower the volume enough where you can hear your guitar over the track, which is all I needed, and as a bonus, if you get lost during a song, you can stop and figure out how to catch up.
The speaker sound is ok, if your just using the Jamvox as an amp. Running a backing track through the Jamvox while playing doesn't sound good at all. Unless your recording, you should use another source for the backing track, and the Jamvox as an amp.
So what is the future of JamVox? Vox appears to be giving them away as if they are dumping it. I hope not, it appears to be a great idea, maybe it's marketed to musicians who look at it as a toy, while us wanna be, guitar hero's can't get enough. It would probably be a better idea if it was a practice amp, like a Roland micro cube, with the Jamvox stuff built in if you want to use it, and if not, a nice practice amp that doesn't require a computer.

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(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Hidden Features using Jamvox

By Patrick Valella

from Undisclosed

Great Practice tool and recording interface too
Also you can record using a DAW with it - I use Reaper - run Jamvox, pick a preset you like, minimize it and run Reaper - select JAMVOX as your input and Voila' - it'll record it fine! I also use it as an interface in any DAW - close Jamvox - run DAW and select Jamvox as your input once again then load any Ampsim, Head and Cab or whatever - makes a great 24-bit interface.

(3 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Weekend Warrior Solution

By Mark Carter

from Texas

I'm more of a weekend musician, and don't have a lot of time for setups. Tried using the Digitech pedals, which are terrific, but I seem to spend more time reading the manual than playing. The Jamvox appears to be the perfect solution. All I have to do is plug it in, select the hardware or group/musician I want to sound like, and start playing. Basically, I have thousands of dollars worth of equipment to drag/drop and play around with. If I had the time, I could spend all day playing with this stuff, but it's just easier to select a hardware setup and start playing.
I did several GTX songs, setup to remove the rhythm guitar, while it does not eliminate the sound, it does lower the volume enough where you can hear your guitar over the track, which is all I needed, and as a bonus, if you get lost during a song, you can stop and figure out how to catch up.
The speaker sound is ok, if your just using the Jamvox as an amp. Running a backing track through the Jamvox while playing doesn't sound good at all. Unless your recording, you should use another source for the backing track, and the Jamvox as an amp.
So what is the future of JamVox? Vox appears to be giving them away as if they are dumping it. I hope not, it appears to be a great idea, maybe it's marketed to musicians who look at it as a toy, while us wanna be, guitar hero's can't get enough. It would probably be a better idea if it was a practice amp, like a Roland micro cube, with the Jamvox stuff built in if you want to use it, and if not, a nice practice amp that doesn't require a computer.

(2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Max bang for the Buck

By AZguitarPlayer

from Phoenix, AZ

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Bought mine through MF when it was on Stupid Deal of the Day for $69.Thanks MF for a great deal!!!A friend bought one of these a while ago and called to have me come over to check it out. I was limited for time that day but figured I'd check it out for about 15 minutes then leave and come back later when I had more time to play with it. 2 hours later, I looked at my watch and realized I stayed longer than I was supposed.This thing is fun!! Its perfect for learning new songs, configuring it for tones of your favorite artist is a breeze and accurate sounding, the software features work very well across the board and its more fun to play through than my amp. Its not loud but the volume it can achieve is respectable, its perfect for players that live in apartments.If you're serious about playing guitar and have a desire to learn new songs, get this thing. The coolest feature about it (in my opinion) is getting rid of the guitar piece on a song and playing that part with the band. Highly recommended!!!

(2 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Wow, ultra nice for the price. Sounds great

By MusicByDesignStudio

from Tek-Sis

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Here's the crazy part. I have a home studio with Pro Tools and all kinds of Plug-in virtual amps and this thing hangs with the best of them. I'm talking Pod Farm, Amplitube 3, Digidesign Eleven, Guitar Rig, (& lots more) I'm not kidding, this thing deals the sounds and to think of how much I paid for those plugs compared to this....

I also have two Fender tube Amps (Hot Rod Blues Jr.) and (Super Champ XD) and lots of cool botique pedals and lately I've been having more fun with this thing.

Not sure how long this price will last but I'd snap one up if it were me....actually I did, ha!
I remember when this came out several years ago and I thought, hmmm, looks like a toy with some cute modeling software, kinda like a low-end line6 product. Well now its late 2011 and I had read previously that some people had some driver issues so I looked on Vox site and noticed they have newer software and drivers for this bad boy and for the small dough MF has this for I thought I'd give it a try. One of the cooler things is you no longer need the baby "amp' interface to use this software using version 2.0. You can use your own interface should you wish to (Core audio for Mac or ASIO for PC) I would certainly keep the baby "amp" around though because it acts as a dongle to authorize the software when you run it for the first time. Actually I kinda like this tiny amp thing as it has stereo speakers and it actually has a solidness about it.
The tiny amp has a solid heavy (for its size) feel to it and it feels like it will last a long time if treated decent. I treat all my things very nicely myself so I know it will last for me.
Whether you just wanna jam or have a studio like me, this is another option for great sounds and inspiration. For the money you just can't beat it.

The drum sounds are fun and tweakable to jam with. You can also play along with real songs and even notch out parts you wanna replace.

(2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Jam vox

By Tony Fleming

from Alaska

I am having extreme difficult time loading the software and drivers, once resolved, it should be an awesome practice / fun little interface! I guess I am not the only person with these issues! Seems to work much better with Mac than PC so far... Can't wait to get it up and running!

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Couldn't be better but i wish....

By Frontman of the fired band!!!

from Carlsbad, NM

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I love this new product and couldn't be happier, but when you first get it you must get the newest version, because there some disgusting clicking noises in the performance, but that's an easy fix. And another thing is that it DROPS OUT, in the middle of a song, i don't know why and it seems as though no one else knows either!!!!!I love it but there some flaws that I'm hoping VOX will work out. FULLY RECOMMEND.

(2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Fab!!

By Smeg4903

from Midwest

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I have no regrets about buying the JamVox!
This little JamVox is wonderfull. I don't really use the GXT feature all that much. The amp models and presets are very easy to use. I love the fact you can use your own MP3 files and slow them down to play along with. The drum presets are with the price of the unit alone!

(2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

Great tool WHEN IT WORKS

By Brad

from Elizabeth City, NC

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Great features and a great idea, when/if it works.
When I first got the JamVox installed on my Macbook Pro, it was fantastic! The tones from the software were better than I expected, much better than Garage Band in my opinion. The included backing tracks are a blast to jam with. The interface works great for recording and the I found the monitor speakers to sound better than the reviews of others had warned. The guitar extraction feature was not perfected, but for the price it worked decent enough for many songs to be useful for practicing.

BUT.......After a few days an odd rattling sound started rolling off the end of each note played with my guitar. I would restart the software and it would clear up, but in 15 min or so it would come back. This was annoying enough, but after about a week of this, the guitar input completely stopped working. I started researching and troubleshooting and found out many people have had problems with this product. I re-installed the software many times and tried many other suggestions from Vox and others but the input never started working again.

Thank goodness Musician's Friend stands behind their sales and I have been sent a return label. I did really enjoy the product when it worked, so I'm hoping that mine was just a lemon and am returning it for another unit. If the next one works out, GREAT, but if I get another lemon I will have to give this product a big "0". Crossing my fingers...
If you get one that works, the value would be great now that they have been discounted so much.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

beats Line6 stuff but...

By Michael-R4vfw

from Shelby, NC

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I been using this as my main computer/guitar rig since I received it. I always liked and had a toneport/studio GX with the plugins and farm for a long time. Once I heard the patches/programs in the JamVox, the toneport/studio GX was history. Line 6 now sounds sterile compared to this. It just blows the line 6 stuff away(ofcourse in my opinion). Very warm sounding. Vox amp modeling is very close to the best tube emulators. It sounds that good. This box sounds so good on the VOX settings, I am ordering a AC15c1 soon. The GTX guitar removal is so so..but a nice feature as is the recording feature built in their software. Drag and drop mp3-wavs etc with ease..nice for backings and practice. However, Although The software is up to version 1.52 it could still be improved. On MACS and and Windows7 systems with quad cores and some memory, it runs fine, fantastic even. On lower systems, you will get pops and cracks in the sound for some unknown reasons to VOX. I put the software on my netbook EeePc with XP and it had all the problems mentioned at the forums. You can also get it to just die out. some users are claiming it's a memory leak. It seems to have very little support by VOX. Their forum is about as dead as the Democrats come november. They seem to ignore users with problems for months now with little progress. I would avoid another version if they abandon this one. With all that said, if you have a good system and know computers, this box is just great!! You will need 1/4 headset plug or use the speakers. As for the speakers, this is a flat response so do not expect alot for their size. Although, I like them and they are plenty loud next to your computer. The lineout works great into power speakers or to a stereo. Metal grill over speakers and HARD sturdy plastic for the box itself. will hold up in travel.You wont be disapointed at this price unless your system is subpar.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
2.0

JamVOX

By ribaldlong

from California

A great idea that does not live up to its potential. Unfortunately the technology, what they call the GXT, or guitar extraction, does a poor job of eliminating the guitar track. Guitar tracks are still plainly audible and at the same time the integrity of what is left is severely negatively impacted. The recording function is even worse. If you jam over an MP3 that has been subjected to the GXT, the result is not pretty.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

It does exactly what the label says.

By MusicMan-vKvY8

from New York

I own one and use it everyday. Perfect with MacBook, and if you are into music, photography and video the only computer you need. Software works flawless. Make sure you update the drive online following the instructions provided. It is a great learning tool. Don't get so hung up on the GTX and play with the many amps and effects to extract the sound you want. With a bit of expertise can be easily integrated into a home studio or with an amp for live gig. A good bang for the buck lot's of fun and less than half of Guitar Rig 4 price. The perfect tool for an amateur like myself at amateur prices so keep it in perspective.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

it is what it is !

By ted-DSjck

from .anchorage ak

I've had the jamvox for a few weeks now, so heres what i think.cons: on my computer (brand new dell) that I bought for the sole purpose of running the jamvox and some recording programs, at times you get alot of snapping and popping sounds, this problem presists even with the recomended fixes that vox suggest's, my salution, I unplug the monitor when it starts to act up, this gives me about another 1/2 hour before i have to do it again. as of today they dont have drivers built to run on vista 64 bit. it took me alot of searching to get a 32 bit computer (vox says they will have the drivers anytime for 64bit)Pro's : this is a great tool for someone wanting to learn guitar, the GXT sofwear isnt perfect, you wont be gigging with it but if you edit the settings you can get pretty good resaults, but you will never be able to eleminate the guitar tracts it's a great tool for exploring basic amp and effects pedals, without having to buy them or be a pain at your local music store. You can get a good idea where to run the effect in the chain or through the effect loop.It has built in drum tracts, but I find that for the novice I think the metredom is a better tool.For you parents or spouses, the ability to uses headphone is one of the best benifits.Again it's a great tool for the right person for it's price. Im sure vox will work out the softwear bug's

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
2.0

Great vision that does not work

By resolutionscott

from Seattle, WA

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Bought the JamVox and installed and set-up by the book. Installed the update as well. I got a loud, intermittent screech before I even connected my guitar on low volume and of course that got worse when my guitar is connected.Sorry... I try a new product a few times,but I don't pay to spend my time trying to get someone's product to work.Too bad... many cool features, but this product is buggy. Check out the JamVox user forums for more of what I am talking about.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Very nice!

By VoxUserinKY

from Louisville, KY

Excellent product! It was easy to set up and sounds very good, especially for the size of its speakers. Just don't expect it to sound like a $1000 amp. It also sounds good, relatively speaking, when using headphones. I experienced the popping sound described by other reviewers but it was easily solved by updating the software.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

great product

By JustForKicks

from Pomeroy, OH

When I first got this product, I had the same problems as everyone else: clicking and popping, etc. and I didn't have any idea how to fix it. It was really annoying trying to play with those sounds blaring over my guitar sound and impossible to record because the clicking and popping showed up on the recording. I thought I would have to send it back, but I did some research first. I downloaded the new version online and even though it had some great new features, it didnt' fix the noises. I was angry after that because I really looked forward to recording with this software and possibly using it for some live gigs. I went home that night and decided to do somethng different. I followed the directions. When turned the monitor down before plugging it in to the computer and turning the computer on and not plugging the guitar in until the software was up and running, the program worked perfectly. My dad and I run a sound business and we even used the extraction software to make a soundtrack for a play. It worked great, not perfect, but great. What most people forget is that it's not what the music sound like by itself after extraction, but what it sounds like when you play with it. I would recomend this product to anyone.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Don't Waste Your Money

By BluesDude64

from Ohio

This is a great idea for home guitar hobbyists, but doesn't even come close to working as described. In fact, I'd almost call a review in a recent catalog which inspired me to purchase this product to verge on false advertising. Let's break it down. First of all the main feature of this product, the GXT guitar extraction software doesn't work at all. You can still clearly hear the guitar tracks and it makes the how song sound like you are listening to it under water. Secondly, the monitor hardware is not very good. At best it is flat and tinny sounding. At worst, in conjuction with the poor software, you get a lot of popping and clicking sounds and other feedback. The product faq's say you can fix this with settings in the software, which is true, but the lag it creates between when you hit the note and the sound comes out is so bad it's not playable. Finally, the sound modeling software is mediocre at best and some of the presets intended to duplicate specific artists don't measure up. The software is also buggy. It crashes a lot, erasing any custom presets you had saved. I had to reinstall the software a half dozen times to get it to work. Very frustrating. All in all, I think Vox should be ashamed of putting out a product like this. My only hope is their "Engineers" are working on upgrades to the software, and I can figure out a way to channel the sound out of my regular computer speakers. If not, I may as well have lit the money I paid for this with on fire.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Best practice and learning tool EVER!!

By Gryphon

from WI

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I love Vox products, and they NAILED it with the JamVox. Everything you need in a practice and learning tool is here: you can extract solos and slow them down without changing pitch, and if you still can't figure out the notes you can just read them off the tuner; the monitor is a beefy wood cabinet, not cheap plastic; the virtual Valvetronix tones are fabulous. Online integration is seamless and fun... you can easily download guitar tones or GTX extraction profiles if you don't want to spend the time profiling a song yourself. I can easily see the online community for JavVox growing to include tens of thousands of tones and GTX profiles. The JamVox costs so little everybody can get in on it. Here is a little feature I love... Jamvox includes several pre-recorded guitar riffs you can use to audition guitar tones without you having to play your guitar. You just select a riff, it plays and loops, and you scroll thru the tone presets and listen to how each preset guitar tone sounds. How many times in the past have you had to put down your pick to change the preset and then pick up the pick to play your guitar before you could hear what the next preset sounds like? No more! Did I mention the Jamvox' virtual Valvetronix tones?! WOW! I also own a Vox Tonelab SE and an AD30VT and the Valvetronix tones can't be beat. Jamvox's Eruption is spot on. And all of this for this small price? Vox does it again. This is the Golden Age of guitar gear!

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

I like it

By Chris-tZNxf

from Blair, Ne.

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I was skeptcal when I bought this a few months ago. Thought it was kinda gimiky or for beginners but was wrong. This is a lot of fun and the models sound better than my Korg PX5D unit or the previous M-Audio unit.This is running a Dell Win7 laptop w/4 gig and I7 processor. The unit would lockup every few times until putting in the very latest software from tech support. Tech support was prompt and curteous. This has been fairly stable since.No problem with recording or pops, clicks etc..I would like to see more amp models, cabs etc.. if not out of the box then as an optional download.Overall I like it lot and its easy to demo different pedals, cabs, heads etc on the fly.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Best Practice Tool Available

By John-N6e4x

from FL

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The main attraction of the JamVox is its ability to remove guitar tracks from songs. Depending on how the song was original mixed when it was recorded will dictate how successful the GTX function will be. I've found the GTX to work for over 75% of the songs I've tried. Of that 75%, most were very acceptable and many were spot on perfect. It's not hard to do. the interface is fantastic, tones are great and recording couldn't be easier. The software drivers are still a little quirky sometimes and Vox has been releasing updates and improvements already. I have no doubt they will get it perfected evetually.

(1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

works well

By drillin' dylan

from Colorado

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Again 8 because of version 1 software. Be sure to upgrade it before you say yuck.
Just bought oneof these and they are great. Version 1 software which comes with it sucks. Upgrade to version 2.01....tried to auto upgrade twice.....it did not work, had to download it direct from the jamvox site, now it works great with no strange pops or other noises.
The effects and models are much better than comperably priced amps/multi effects pedals I've heard.
It got an 8 for the crummy version 1 software.
You can't hardly beat it for a compact amp system.

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