Vox APCAB 1x3 Tabletop Mini-Stack External Powered Amp Cabinet
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- 3 inch Vox speaker
- 0.7 watts of power
- Retro Vox design
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The amPlug Cabinet transforms any of the Vox amPlug headphone amps into a tabletop mini-stack amp! The amPlug Cabinet features a dedicated monitor speaker that makes playing guitar even more fun. The amPlug series of guitar headphone amplifiers offer a great way to enjoy serious guitar/bass amp sound whenever and wherever you practice. Each amPlug offers an amazing level of sound quality; far beyond what one might expect from a unit of this size. Combined with play-anywhere convenience and solid good looks, the amPlug series have quickly become best-sellers, and continue to attract legions of users. It goes without saying that because the amPlug is a headphone amp, you can hear the sound only through headphones. Using the amPlug Cabinet, you can quickly convert any amPlug into tabletop mini-stack. Connection is easy; just insert the amPlug unit into the amPlug Cabinet, and plug the dedicated cable from the amPlug cabinet into the amPlug. The amPlug Cabinet creates an imposing miniature amp stack that is both attractive, and enjoyably incongruous. The amPlug Cabinet is compatible with all amPlug models, so you can use a variety of amPlugs with a single amPlug Cabinet.
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The material the actual cab itself is made of feels a bit cheap though and the back cover's little latch feels a bit delicate.
I never heard an actual AC30 in front of me but this amp sounds pretty good and with the guitar volume turned down and the gain on the amp at 3 or 2 it gives a smooth and mellow clean sound.
At 0.7 watts don't expect to use it as as serious piece of equipment though.
Buy it knowing it is a interesting little toy for a beginning guitarist to play with at best.
I've seen reviews of cheap soldering and construction problems but so far I haven't had any troubles with it.
Bottom line - great sound - crappy build - even at this price they could have done a better job soldering that wire. I can't decide if I should risk buying another one to see if they are all like that or maybe just break this one down and fix it and not worry about what it looks like after I do that.