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Discussion in 'Ampage Area' started by Armygirl, Jul 27, 2017.
..... and it's cute
On semi-serious note, I'm actually really impressed with this one! But, then, digital modeling and solid state amps have come so far in the last few years, it's insane.
And, I actually kinda like the look of it. It's Voxy. Kitchy-ish.
But, when I first opened up the link in @Armygirl's first post, I thought it was a little pillow. I thought, holy cow, 300 pounds for a stinking pillow? She must REALLY be into Vox!
8 AA's for battery power..that's funny.
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Hmm... pretty cool. Sounds really good. Feature packed and DOESN'T specialize in über-high gain tones? ME LIKEY!
What about these?
I wonder when they copy Louboutin look to guitar or amp?...
If you already have AC4 and Pathfinder what does this little Adio offer that they don't already do?
Ok you think it's cute but that will wear off after a week then.......??
Who thought using 8AAs was a good idea? Eveready? That amp will be a battery eater.
All the fabulous modelling bits and bobs. I don't experiment enough...!
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Simplicity in an amp is great. I don't care for pedals so having a modeling amp that can get some of those "sounds" when the urge strikes is well worth some coin. The Yamaha has been a strong contender in this category but my DA5's used were $69 - $99. Hard to justify the Yamaha price when you compare the two and the Vox ADIO...same sentiment.
Also not sure if the pillow/purse look will be a big hit...but I am not a fashionista either.
Oh and 50 watts? The 5 watt boxes are plenty loud!