Vox MINI3 3W Battery-Powered Guitar Combo AmpProduct #H14148 Vox H14148 HAAG Mini Guitar Amplifiers https://www.esnapw.com/rses/ESnapServlet?MerchantNumberSent=63655
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A mini amplifier with sophisticated circuitry and maxi potential.
The MINI3 Modeling Guitar Amplifier offers everything a guitarist needs: a wide range of authentic sounds; great effects; a convenient, compact size; AC or battery powered portability; along with the great design from VOX.
Drawing on VOX's superior modeling technology, the MINI3 provides a total of eleven amp models, ranging from a powerful high-gain sound to a sparkling clean sound. Also included is a new clean, non-distorting setting that supports a direct line connection from a keyboard or other source. A full complement of effects is also provided, as well as a built-in tuner.
In addition, the MINI3 provides a versatile array of connections. You'll find a dedicated mic input, plus an AUX input ideal for connecting an MP3 player, making the MINI3 the perfect unit for street performances.
Traditional VOX Design
The MINI3 carries on VOX trademarks such as diamond grill cloth and textured vinyl cladding. Black finish.
- Compact modeling amplifier with 11 amplifier models
- Line option for keyboards, etc.
- Chorus, flanger, tremolo, compressor
- Delay/reverb types: 2 x delay, 2 x hall
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MINI3 3W Battery-Powered Guitar Combo Amp Specifications:
- Power output: 3 Watt at 8 Ohm
- Speaker: 5 inches, 8 Ohm
- Inputs: instrument, microphone, aux
- Headphone out
- Operation with power supply or batteries
- Dimensions: 10.51" x 7.04" x 10.51"
- Weight: 7.7 pounds
- Color: black (BK)
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Comments about Vox MINI3 3W Battery-Powered Guitar Combo Amp:
You can't expect a lot from a little but you should be satisfied with this Vox Mini3 battery operated amp. It has a mic input and guitar input. There is only one problem that made me unhappy, is that they only have a Trim Knob for the mic input, which is not very good at having full control of the mic input. It can't reduce the mic level all the way down, it's always on. The Master Volume control does not work with the mic input. It only works on the guitar input side and not the mic side. Now, I always thought the Master Volume should control all of the sounds coming out of it, this does not. I think it is a bad design flaw, because the Mic Trim knob could just as easily been a full volume control for the mic.