New Vox DA20-CL: Like A “Portable AC30” On The Go!

The Vox DA10 CL and DA20 CL got a revamp and are now available in a classic, vintage Vox look! The DA20-CL looks like a “portable Vox AC30” that you can take and play anywhere, as it can be powered by batteries!

This amp got to be the coolest practice amp vox has released so far…especially because the DA20-CL has two speakers and visually it resembles an AC-30 more than any other value, parctice amp Vox has ever released!

With a 20w output, this is more than loud enough for home practice, busking and even small gigs! It’s like having a mini AC-30 that you can take anywhere…how cool is that?

Currently selling for £139.99 (view page)

Great sounding effects

The versatility of the DA20 CL extends to a full complement of 11 digital effects. Both amps feature auto-wah, chorus + delay, chorus + reverb, compressor, compressor + chorus, compressor + phaser, delay, flanger + reverb, reverb, rotary + reverb, and tremolo + reverb. There’s also a Tap Button that makes it easy to set the delay time or modulation speed. And like the larger AD Series or “Valvetronix” amps, editing the effects parameters on the DA20 is simple.

Double up the tone

The DA20 CL is equipped with two VOX original design speakers. The DA20 CL packs a punch with 2 x 8″ speakers. With the VOX DA amplifiers, you don’t have to sacrifice great tone for portability and ease of use!

Play it anywhere, any way!

The DA20 CL can be powered by its AC adapter or by six C batteries. A built-in output power switch (MAX, 1.5W, 0.5W) helps extend battery life and lets you play at lower volume without losing any tone or feel.

That’s not the only trick these tone machines have to offer. Both come equipped with an AUX IN which allows you to connect an external audio device such as a CD or MP3 player, plus a MIC INPUT to connect a microphone. Just plug your guitar in, and you can play and sing along with your favorite band or recording!

Great for practicing and recording

The DA10 CL and DA20 CL are equipped with a combination Line/Headphone output so you can connect to a headphone, mixer or recorder. The amps’ emulated line out provides a full, realistic sound whether you’re recording direct or listening through headphones. And since plugging into the jack defeats the speaker output, you can practice when you want, where you want, and as loud as you want in total privacy.


~ by dolphinblog on April 15, 2008.

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