#1
I'm looking for a small headphone/practice amp, and have run across the Vox amPlug AC30. At the moment, I'm playing a Squier Strat running into a Fender 15G amp, and was wondering how the sound quality of the headphone amp (assuming that I'm using decent headphones) will compare to the amp that I'm currently using.
Thanks,
-Sam
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#4
They're supposed to be pretty good. For the price you might as well just buy one.
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#5
I'm defiently going to sell the 15G eventually, but it suits my needs for now. I just need the headphone amp primarily for long bus rides, etc., where I'm often struck by the urge to crank up a guitar, but don't wish to drag along an amp any bigger than an ipod.
#6
So you mean a literal HEADPHONE amp....

I say just go for the amPlug if that's all you're gonna need it for. That's actually a really good idea, TS.

I might have to try that........
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#7
I use a Korg Pandora PX3 for that....it sounds great, and you can program a bunch of different sounds
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#8
If you're carrying a guitar around I don't think a microcube will be anymore hassle