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First introduced in 1958, the AC15 combo has been the amp of choice for countless guitar players throughout...
A long-standing icon in "British Invasion" sound just got updated.
Using proven and popular Vox Valve Reactor (VR) circuitry, the AC30VR provides a diverse soundscape of...
Using proven and popular Vox Valve Reactor (VR) circuitry, the and AC15VR provides a diverse soundscape of...
The new Valvetronix+ series takes the best features of the original tube-driven Valvetronix amps and blows...
Up-to-date Class A amplifier retains the distinctive EL84 power tube of the original AC4 amp and features a...
Turret board construction and hand-wiring make for rich, versatile voicing and classic sound.
Legendary VOX vintage tone – preserved in the definitive mini tube amp.
Vox amplifiers are, in a word, unmistakable. Ubiquitous throughout the British Invasion, Vox were the amplifiers that brought the sound of rock and roll to the world, completely changing the landscape of popular music forever. Not content to rest on their laurels, Vox combo guitar amps continue to be some of the most sought after gear in the world today. When most people think of Vox amplifiers, the Vox AC30 probably comes to mind almost instantly. This amp forever solidified the company's place in musical history. The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Kinks, The Yardbirds, and countless other bands plugged into Vox AC30 amplifiers when they hit American shores. Other musicians took note and followed suit. Brian May of Queen, Paul Weller of the Jam, Pete Townshend of The Who, Tom Petty, The Edge of U2 and more started using Vox amplifiers and the rest, as they say, is history. The Vox tradition continues to this day, with a diverse group of young musicians almost exclusively plugging into these undeniable 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. The sheer volume of artists who use Vox practically speaks for itself.
So which Vox is right for you? Well, that comes down to what you'll be using it for. Are you just beginning your musical journey, or looking for a smaller amp that still packs a punch? Check out the Mini5 Rhythm Modeling Guitar Combo Amplifier. Lightweight and compact, this amp is battery powered and can go where ever you go, from your bedroom to the band jam space. This amp also features 11 built-in amp models and eight effects, giving you serious versatility from the moment you plug in.
Of course, if you really want to wake up the neighbors, nothing comes close to the Custom AC30C2X 30W 2x12 Tube Guitar Combo Amp. This combo amp is based on the classic AC30 design, with two channels and normal & top boosts. Whether on the stage or in the studio, this amp always delivers absolutely amazing tone.
There's nothing like a Vox combo guitar amp. As legendary as the performers who swear by them, owning a Vox is like owning a piece of musical history. As soon as you turn up the volume on your guitar and strum your first chord, you'll understand why.