Vox Amps

  • Back in 2012, Vox Amplification looked to its design history to launch a pair of travel guitars based on the classic 1960s Phantom and Teardrop shapes. With NAMM just around the corner, the company has refined the concept for the feature-packed APC-1.
  • Players looking to tap into the sweet sounds of a vintage AC30 amplifier while out and about might plug into an amPlug headphone amp and rock out. But now there's another option, with three Vox headphone variants that have guitar amps cooked in.
  • It may be best known for the iconic hand-wired amplifiers and shapely guitars, but Vox Amps started out as a keyboard manufacturer. In the early 1960s, an instantly-recognizable combo organ affectionately known as the Connie was released. Now, a new and improved Vox Continental has been unleashed.