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The unmistakable sound of the acoustic guitar

Ideal for the acoustic performer, the AGA Series of VOX Acoustic Guitar Amplifiers are designed to perfectly project the subtle resonances and sweet, mellow tones of an acoustic instrument. The AGA70 is now joined by the powerful AGA150, which delivers an impressive 150 Watts of power and features an all new tweeter to satisfy the most demanding acoustic musician in almost any scenario.

The AGA series amps provide stereo line inputs that can accept the signal from a keyboard or other musical instrument – even a multi-track recorder. Use the AUX input and connect an MP3 player or other audio source to enjoy a jam session. The DI (balanced XLR) output offers a convenient way to send your sound to a larger PA system without using a direct box, and still allowing the AGA150/70 to control your mix. The Tuner output is always active, even when the main output is muted for silent tuning between songs and sets. The Anti-Feedback control minimizes acoustic feedback, making these a good choice as a stage monitor. The optional VFS2 provides footswitch control of the Effect Bypass or All Mute functions, offering great flexibility during a live performance.

VOX AGA4-AT
Ultra compact, yet delivering a rich acoustic resonance! The new AGA4-AT, an all-tube amp designed for the acoustic instruments from guitars and double basses to ukuleles.

VOX AGA30
This mini combo amp joins the VOX AGA Series of acoustic instrument amplifiers. Enjoy the same rewarding sound on this compact 30 Watt acoustic amp as on the more powerful AGA Series models.

VOX AGA70
The unmistakable sound of the acoustic guitar, the VOX AGA70 two-channel vacuum tube acoustic guitar amplifier, designed to perfectly project the subtle resonances and sweet, mellow tones of an acoustic instrument.

VOX AGA150
The new flagship of the VOX acoustic amp line - the AGA150 - delivers an impressive 150 watts of power and features an all new tweeter to satisfy the most demanding acoustic musician in almost any scenario.


 
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