rue rock tone
Crank up the Vox MV50 Rock mini electric guitar amplifier head, and you’ll immediately feel the power and punch that only a 50-watt amp aimed at overdriven rock ‘n’ roll can deliver. The amp’s simple 3-control layout is very intuitive while being able to pull up vintage-style crunch and searing high gain with equal ease. Whether you want the old-school sound of a cranked British stack or the tight, modern tones of today’s metal, check out the Vox MV50 Rock.
In a world of great-sounding digital options, it’s always refreshing to find groundbreaking technology that still adheres to the “tubes are better” mentality. Vox knows this as well as any amplifier company and has been integrating real tube tone into their digital and analog amps for years. The MV50 Rock 50-watt mini electric guitar amplifier head follows suit with a Nutube located in its preamp section. This delivers the punchy feel and rich overtones you’d expect from anything bearing the Vox logo. These MV50 amplifiers are definitely creating a buzz around Sweetwater.
Conveniently small footprint
For an electric guitar amplifier head that pushes 50 watts of power, the Vox MV50 Rock is about as small as they come. By utilizing their Nutube technology and a Class D power section, Vox is able to cram enough power and tone into this amp to power any electric guitar speaker cabinet, even at performance volumes. Not gigging lately? The cab-emulated line/headphone output sounds fantastic for practice, at-home playing, and recording. And Vox puts it all into an amp head that comes in at just a touch over a pound.