Open Box (Blemished) Vox AGA70 70W Acoustic Guitar Combo Amp
Acoustic Combo Guitar Amplifiers
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Compact and powerful acoustic guitar amp with tube preamp for tonal options.
The VOX AGA70 Acoustic Guitar Amplifier features two channels designed to project the subtle resonance and tone of acoustic guitars. Each of the two channels (Normal and Tube Pre) comes equipped with a standard guitar input as well as a microphone input with selectable phantom power. You can connect an acoustic-electric guitar or mic to either channel, letting you accompany your voice on guitar.
An additional Lo-Z/Hi-Z impedance switch on each input accommodates a variety of signal levels. Reverb levels and Chorus effect can be set independently for each channel. In addition to separate volume controls for each channel, the VOX AGA70 includes a Master volume control accompanied by a Anti-Feedback level control.
- Two channels: Tube preamp and Normal
- Anti-Feedback control
Compact combo for acoustic guitar and vocal performance.
AGA70 70W Acoustic Guitar Combo Amp Specifications:
- Speaker: 6.5", 8 ohms
- Power: 73 W
- Dimension: 12.7"W x 10.3"D x 13"H
- Connections: XLR DI out, 1/4" tuner out, Aux In, two 1/4" signal input jacks (one left and one right)
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Comments about Vox AGA70 70W Acoustic Guitar Combo Amp:
The chorus and reverb are turned off and on at the same time via footswitch. I guess they're connected together to save money. I would rather pay more and have the option of leaving the reverb on and shutting the chorus off and on as is my usual practice. The aux input is a joke. There's no volume control and I have to put the cd player volume at one and it's still too loud for most uses. The tiny speaker cannot handle any kind of bass. You're pretty much in the mid to high range with this amp. Despite these shortcomings I still like the rest of the amp but will have to return it because I need a usable built in chorus, not one that shuts off with the reverb... suggestion: go back to the drawing board.