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The AC30 is the original British sound of the 60's Vox amplifiers. Classis guitar versions is something else.
Mar 2, 2014 by Carlos & Gloria Guerra
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Yes it will.
Jan 29, 2014 by Pete Finney
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James The Vox AC30 will work with any instrument that has a standard jack. If your ukulele has a pick up built in then your good to go. This unit is designed to emulate a crunchy guitar amp so if you are OK with that sound then this will work.
Dec 9, 2013 by Akadrew98
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Well, it doesn't have its own speaker so it can't work by itself. But if you have a portable computer speaker that is self-powered, you should be able to connect that to the amPlug and hear what you're playing. But since there's no speaker, you either need a speaker or a pair of headphones for it to work :)
Sep 28, 2013 by Heshan
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No, it's only made for a guitar because of the controls on it. Also as far as I know it has no wireless capability. Vox probably makes one not sure the product name. Sorry, hope this helps you.
Jun 26, 2014 by petethepilot
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Yes, it is stereo. I tested it by putting a stereo signal into the amPlug's aux input and varying the left and right channel signal levels; output to the headphones matched the inputs stereo signal. Keep in mind that while the output is stereo, the built-in 1/4" plug is mono, so output from a guitar would be a mono signal into both left and right channels.
Jun 13, 2014 by Kishore Raghoobar
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The jack is an 1/8 inch plug so any standard headphones will work.
Feb 14, 2014 by Pete Finney
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Yeah. You'll just need to get an eighth-inch to quarter-inch converter. Plug the eighth-inch into the headphone jack and the quarter-inch into your amp (or wherever you want the effect to go) and you're set.
Feb 7, 2014 by MusicMan280
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There are a lot of headphone amps out there and many of them have similar styling, where the unit plugs directly into the guitar without a cable in between. If you want to know how they compare, I would compare the reviews. I haven't tried the Joyo but I will say that the reviews don't look very good. I've been pretty happy with my Vox though. So I would guess that having similarly-styled housings are where the similarities end.
Dec 11, 2013 by Brandon
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Absolutely, it does! The thing about the ac30 amplug it that it responds extremely well to picking dynamics. So if you are a light picker your sound will come out very soft and clean, especially if you keep the gain at around 4 and the tone around 4 or 5. Also when you really attack the strings as in the style of Hendrix it gives you a truly nice and natural overdrive tone. I like mine alot and practice with it daily.
Aug 7, 2013 by JJP
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