Vox has upgraded their amPlug line of headphone amplifiers including a bass-specific version. The amPlug G2 Bass plugs into your bass’s output jack and allows you to plug in headphones for silent practicing.
Among the new features, the amPlug G2 Bass has had its analog circuit improved with the company’s Bassilator circuit, which Vox says reproduces the low punch distinctive of a bass amp. It’s also added nine built-in rhythm patterns to practice with while an auxiliary input allows for playing along with a music player.
The device’s plug now rotates 180 degrees to adjust to your bass while also folding up for storage. Its runs on AAA batteries with a battery life of up to 17 hours with the rhythm patterns off. The Vox amPlug G2 Bass will be shipping in November with a street price of $39.99.
Vox amPlug G2 Bass Headphone Amp Specs:
|Connections:||Headphone Out, AUX In|
|Power Supply:||AAA batteries x 2|
|Battery Life:||Up to 17 hours (with alkaline batteries, RHYTHM off)|
|Dimensions:||(W x D x H): 86 x 80 x 31 mm / 3.39″ x 3.15″ x 1.22″|
|Weight:||40 g / 1.41 oz. (excluding batteries)|
|Accessories:||AAA alkaline Batteries x 2 (For verifying functionality)|
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