- Musician's Friend Best Selection, Price & Service. Guaranteed.
Need Help? Call our Gear Heads at 800-449-9128Private Reserve Guitars 866-926-1923
Need Help? Call our Gear Heads at 800-449-9128
Results 1 - 20 of 40 matches
First introduced in 1958, the AC15 combo has been the amp of choice for countless guitar players throughout...
The VOX AC30 combo amp has been an icon for decades, known as the sound that powered the '60s "British...
A long-standing icon in "British Invasion" sound just got updated.
The headphone bass amp that lets you enjoy serious bass sound anytime, anywhere.
Using proven and popular Vox Valve Reactor (VR) circuitry, the AC30VR provides a diverse soundscape of...
The new Valvetronix+ series takes the best features of the original tube-driven Valvetronix amps and blows...
It emulates the top boost sound of a vintage VOX AC30, and uses 2 natural-sounding gain stages to reproduce...
Control your Vox with your foot.
The headphone guitar amp that lets you enjoy serious guitar sound, fast.
The look and sound of a Vox is absolutely unmistakable. Uniquely tied to the sound of the British Invasion, Vox amplifiers helped to usher in the sounds that would shape the world of popular music for decades to come. Still sought after today, owning a Vox is like owning your own special piece of history. Vox released its first guitar amplifier in 1958 to much success, but it was one year later, with the release of the iconic Vox AC30 that the company's place in history was solidified. These amps were on stage with the Beatles, the Rolling Stones, the Kinks, the Yardbirds, and countless other bands that revolutionized the sound of rock and roll forever. Other artists such as Brian May of Queen, Paul Weller of the Jam, Pete Townshend of the Who, Tom Petty, The Edge of U2 and more, adopted Vox amplifiers throughout the years as their legend continued to grow. Even today, a diverse group of musicians almost exclusively plug into these amazing amplifiers. Brian Fallon of Gaslight Anthem, Johnny Greenwood of Radiohead, Albert Hammond Jr. of the Strokes, Claudio Sanchez of Coheed and Cambria, Jeff Tweedy of Wilco, and Jim Adkins of Jimmy Eat World all swear by Vox amplifiers, and that's only scratching the surface.
Today, Vox make a large assortment of amplifiers that are perfect for nearly any situation. Are you a budget-conscious beginner who still wants that iconic Vox tone? Check out the Mini5 Rhythm Modeling Guitar Combo Amplifier. This lightweight and compact amp is battery powered and easy to move from your practice room at home to the band's jam space. With 11 built-in amp models and eight effects, this amp will sound great no matter what type of music you're playing.
Maybe space is at a premium, but you've got to keep the volume down as well? No problem! Have a look at the Amplug AC30 Headphone Amp. This amp plugs directly into your guitar and features a headphone jack. Simply flip the switch and you can play as loud as you want with that classic Vox tone, all without disturbing a soul. If, on the other hand, you're ready to really rattle the walls, nothing beats the classic Custom AC30C2X 30W 2x12 Tube Guitar Combo Amp. Based on the classic AC30 designs, this amp will satisfy the most demanding players. With two channels, as well as normal and top boost, the Vox AC30 is perfect for crafting your tone on stage and in the studio.
Vox amps are as legendary as the performers who use them. Whether you're looking to replicate the sounds of your heroes or planning on developing something entirely your own, plugging into a Vox is the best decision any musician can make.
Our product catalog varies by country due to manufacturer restrictions. If you change the Ship-To country, some or all of the items in your cart may not ship to the new destination.