Fully appointed in classic Vox dress, the famed British amp maker’s new AC30C2X and AC15C1 both sport enough of that beloved AC30 look to make most any player yearn for Beatles boots and Fab Four suits.
The 60th Anniversary Model AC30 Radio is also a great decoration for any VOX fanatic and will be loved for years not only by guitarists, but all music fans.
Clock/Alarm 24-hour format Input /Output: AUX IN jack (stereo 1/8" mini phone jack) x 1, Phone jack (stereo 1/8" mini phone jack) x 1 Output Power: Approx.
Radio is a world that can be experienced only in real time, where we can discover new music and listen to engaging conversation between interesting personalities.
Based on the looks of the classic VOX AC30, the AC30 Radio is perfect for tuning into your favorite station whether you be at home or on the go.
The reverb circuit also has its own Tone knob for dialing in brighter or darker ’verb flavors.
No question, the AC30C2X is a tone-tweaker’s dream come true.
The Vox AC30 is a guitar amplifier manufactured by Vox.
It was introduced in 1958 to meet the growing demand for louder amplifiers.
The AC30 radio can provide background music for your daily life, be used when relaxing before going to sleep, and can be used as a way to get informed when you need it most.
The compact and battery-powered AC30 Radio meets all of your listening needs.
This first generation of AC30s were housed in "TV-front" cabinets, much like the early to mid-50s tweed Fender amps, and had a single 12-inch Goodmans 60-watt speaker, as opposed to the later, conventional twin 12-inch speaker configuration.