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Vox Adio Air GT Bluetooth Guitar Combo Amplifier (50 Watts, 2x3")

Vox Adio Air GT Bluetooth Guitar Combo Amplifier (50 Watts, 2x3")

Vox's Adio Air GT combo amp covers decades of guitar tone via powerful amp and effects modeling, and it's all controllable with your phone through Bluetooth!

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Submitted March 25, 2019 by Gene P in Duluth, GA
"Great sound from such a small amp"
Verified Customer zZounds has verified that this reviewer made a purchase from us.
I use my adio for home practice and for playing Rock Smith. The sound quality is very impressive, sure it lacks in the low end a bit but it only has 3 inch speakers. But overall I am really happy with it.
Musical Background:
Guitar & Drums
Musical Style:
Rock/Metal
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Submitted May 23, 2020 by Brian N in DENVER, PA
"The cabinet colors the sound"
Verified Customer zZounds has verified that this reviewer made a purchase from us.
I bought this after getting tired of waiting for my Positive Grid Spark to ship. I watched some videos and pulled the trigger. zZounds had the amp at my door in 24 hours. Wow! I immediately dialed up what I expected to be my primary sound -- the "Brit 1959" amp. Absolutely horrible. The sound was weak and uninspiring. Even with the pre, post, and eq's dimed, the amp was nowhere near an early era Malcolm Young tone. (The target.) The JCM 800 and the Orange Rockerverb sims aren't bad--but those amps have completely different drive characteristics. At this point, I had not yet written-off the Adio completely. I streamed my iTunes through the Adio via Bluetooth, and this was the final nail-in-the-coffin. The plastic cabinet has a very specific resonant frequency that is only augmented by engaging the "Wide" mode. The songs I have known my whole life sounded completely different when played through the Adio. Even streaming "Avengers Endgame" through the Adio unpleasantly colored the audio. And again, engaging the "Wide" mode only degraded the audio further. I am returning the unit to purchase a Yamaha THR10II--which is what I should have done in the first place. (Damn your review, Lee Anderton!)They made me fill-in "manufacturer support." I have had no experience with Vox customer support.
Musical Background:
20+ years playing professionally.
Musical Style:
Rock
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