The Vox MINI3 G2 brings you the next generation of Vox's popular portable modeling guitar amp. This pint-sized 3-watt combo is packed with eleven great amp models, giving you everything from from chimey cleans all the way to full shred. To polish your sound, you also get a range of enhanced effects, plus an innovative Bassilator circuit that delivers killer low end. The MINI3 G2 comes with an AC adapter and will operate up to ten hours on six AA batteries. It's even got an onboard tuner. Say hello to your new little friend: Vox's MINI3 G2.
- 3-watt portable practice amp with 5" speaker
- 11 authentic built-in amp models based on Vox Valvetronix technology
- Wide range of tones from chimey cleans all the way to shredtastic high-gain
- Accommodates a range of instruments from electric and acoustic-electric guitars to keyboards
- Dedicated mic input with separate volume and reverb/delay controls - perfect for vocals
- Bassilator circuit delivers a rich low end that's totally killer with high-gain models
- 8 FX types including enhanced compressor, chorus, flanger, tremolo, delay, and reverb
- Aux input jack lets you connect your MP3 player or other audio source and jam along
- Built-in tuner lets you always stay in tune
- Runs on the included AC adaptor or 6 AA batteries (up to 10 hours of operation)
- Convenient carrying strap is included for true on-the-go mobility
|Wattage/ Power||1Watt- 30Watts|
|Tube/ Solid State||Solid State|
- Destarte wrote:
How should I start this review?
First though when seeing the amp...? What!?! Is this a joke or a prank? No, really?!? So small!! Must be a toy.
.... One hour later, at home...
No. No way. Nope, this can not be true. Wow!!!
What a punch!!!
Heck, I am impressed!!
Not to mention the very cool effects you have to your availability, auxiliary in, phone in, mike in, wow.
This was EXACTLY what I was looking for!!
I you want to WOW a croud of 100 in a auditorium, obviously this one won't do the job, but at home, around a camp fire, at the local market, this is absolutely epic!!... You might actually be able to even use it in a school hall... . Posted on 6/3/2019