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July 11, 1997
VOX Amplification is announcing the introduction of the new AC1 Mini Combo amplifier - a compact battery operated guitar amp that pumps out 1-Watt of classic VOX tone through twin speakers. Designed to replicate the classic look of a vintage VOX AC30, the new VOX AC1 provides the guitarist with sounds that range from clean to classic overdrive with smooth tone, but at considerably lower volume levels - perfect for late night practice.
Measuring a mere 6 1/2" x 4 7/8" x 2 5/8" the VOX AC1 Mini Combo features Volume, high Cut and Gain controls with authentic VOX pointer knobs, as well as a headphone jack which mutes the internal speakers for truly private practice. In addition, the VOX AC1 has an On/Off LED indicator and the Input jack serves as a On/Off switch which turns the amplifier's power when a guitar cable is plugged in.
The VOX AC1 Mini Combo amplifier is powered by a 9-volt battery, and an optional AC adapter is also available. Suggested retail price is $55.00.
For more information, visit their web site at www.voxamps.co.uk.