Featuring a bright red body, the Joe Satriani amPlug delivers the acclaimed sound of Satriani’s custom rig–distortion pedal through a high-gain tube amplifier, followed by a delay–and reproduces the settings created by Satriani himself. Inspired by the distortion circuitry of the VOX / Joe Satriani Satchurator pedal, the amPlug Joe Satriani preserves the player’s “pick attack” to create an articulate, melodic and playable distortion.Users can activate the delay with the flip of a switch. Inherited from the analog-style “Lo-Fi mode” of the VOX/Joe Satriani Time Machine delay pedal, the delay features Satriani’s distinctive EQ settings, combining both high-pass and low-pass filters.The AUX input jack allows users to plug their CD/MP3 player right into the amPlug Joe Satriani and jam along with Satriani tunes or any favorite music. The amPlug’s extreme play-anywhere portability is enhanced with up to eleven hours of battery life.Users simply plug the amPlug Joe Satriani directly into their electric guitar, connect their headphones, and start playing, using Joe Satriani's expansive tone. The optional amPlug Cabinet (sold separately) can be accommodated to create a miniature amp stack.The VOX amPlug Joe Satriani will be available November 2010 with a U.S. MSRP of $49.99.For more information, please visit www.voxamps.com.
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