Based on the popular DA5 Digital Amp, the DA10 guitar amplifier combines higher power with the same great tone and go-anywhere portability of their smaller sibling. The Vox DA10 offers the option of r... Read More
Based on the popular DA5 Digital Amp, the DA10 guitar amplifier combines higher power with the same great tone and go-anywhere portability of their smaller sibling. The Vox DA10 offers the option of running on battery power, so you can take the jam session literally anywhere!
Loaded with tone, at home or to go. The 10W DA10 offers 11 distinctive sound styles ranging from clean to high gain, 11 great sounding, digital effects, a knob-based control panel that's really easy to use, plus a whole lot more. Designed to take the show on the road, the DA10 amp can be cranked up at 5W on battery power (6 x C batteries, not included).
Great sounding effects. The versatility of the DA10 extends to a full complement of 11 digital effects. Features auto-wah, chorus + delay, chorus + reverb, compressor, compressor + chorus, compressor + phaser, delay, flanger + reverb, reverb, rotary + reverb, and tremolo + reverb. There's also a Tap Button that makes it easy to set the delay time or modulation speed. And like the larger AD Series or "Valvetronix" amps, editing the effects parameters on the DA10 combo is simple.
Double up the tone. The DA10 is equipped with 2VOX original design 6.5" speakers. You don't have to sacrifice great tone for portability and ease of use!
Play it anywhere, any way! The DA10 can be powered by its AC adapter or by six C batteries. A built-in output power switch (MAX, 1.5W, 0.5W) helps extend battery life and lets you play at lower volume without losing any tone or feel.
That's not the only trick this tone machine has to offer. The DA10 amplifier comes equipped with an AUX IN that allows you to connect an external audio device such as a CD or MP3 player, plus a MIC INPUT to connect a microphone. Just plug your guitar in, and you can play and sing along with your favorite band or recording!
Great for practicing and recording. The Vox DA10 combo is equipped with a combination Line/Headphone output so you can connect to a headphone, mixer or recorder. The amps' emulated line out provides a full, realistic sound whether you're recording direct or listening through headphones. And since plugging into the jack defeats the speaker output, you can practice when you want, where you want, and as loud as you want in total privacy.
Great sounding. Great looking too. The DA10 is dressed in black vinyl with black chrome grilles or brown diamond grille cloth.
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This amp is the best 10watt amp I have played.It has great features and sounds great. I love the idea that it has 2 6.5 speakers and not just one like most 10watt amps. It gets plenty loud for a 10watt. I love the features,love the auto wah. Thanks vox for another great amp.
Simplicity in solution yet robust in performance. No whacky wheels or transcending ergoplastic reticulating hobnobs. Just good clean sound with the right accentuations and versatillity. Lots of gutty base? No, it's a practice Amp that can throw some satisfaction to your fingers. I don't use it loud but could... find it more pleasing with relatively low levels and then dialing in the perfect sound. LOVE to accompany my Electrolized Martin 12 string at low levels...reverb, chorus, delay most righteous!! Compressor and noise gate...way cool. Good threshold and attack on wah. Battery powerred with watt reducer,(fun to play with in ac, 'non battery', operation for jacked up low level sound). Slightly heavy for portable Amp!? Not so bad. Would have been nice to sneak a line level out for a powerred sub etc. without amp speaker defeat. Does sound pretty cool through the home stereo! Haven't tried through the z55's. 3 edits for the most part: Noise gate, Effect level, and Feedback. A little ackward, but way doable and certainly nice to encorporate into an Amp this small. I didn't pay the retail, so, I feel like I stole this thing. I'm not sure if I would pay full retail, to be honest, though it certainly is a big bang in tone quality for such a small package.
This is a relatively new model in the Vox DA line up.It's somewhat similar to the very popular DA5, but with 2 speakers and twice the watts. This is an excellent compromise if you need something that can run on batteries when needed. Just read the reviews of the DA5 or the Pathfinder 15R, and I would say all those good things apply to this little gem. It's all about the TONE. Vox doesn't try to model dozens of amps and cabinets, they give you honest sound settings that work without fiddling. I put it on Blues 3 and cranked it up and thought "wow, this is the sound I wanted to be hearing when I bought this guitar in the first place!" Even when playing at very low levels for practice, the tone is still there. And it's built like a tank. All in all, another winner for Vox.
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