Vox Guitar Amps are some of the most traditional in rock music, they deliver what many still think of as the most classic "British" guitar tone

The sound of so much early rock and pop was defined by the sweet chime of Vox guitar amps. They sounded pretty great when people started cranking them up too. For many guitarists, there is no finer amp than an AC30 for both clean and crunchy tones. From Beatles and Queen to many new indie bands, the Vox sound is a defining feature in their music.


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  • Where are Vox amps made?

    Vox is based in the UK but has also manufactured amps in Italy and, more recently, in Vietnam.
  • What bands use Vox amps?

    Vox amps have been famously used by artists such as The Beatles, The Yardbirds, The Strokes, Elvis Costello, Wolf Alice, and Covet.
  • Are Vox amps good?

    Vox amps are responsible for some of the most recognisable guitar tones in history. They're crafted with great attention to detail and for that reason they're relied upon by professional musicians across the world.
  • Who owns Vox amps?

    The parent company of Vox is Korg, the Japanese audio giants.