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  • Joyo Ja 03"Metal" Sound Effect Mini Guitar Pocket Amplifier With Headphone Output
  • Joyo Ja 03"Metal" Sound Effect Mini Guitar Pocket Amplifier With Headphone Output
  • Joyo Ja 03"Metal" Sound Effect Mini Guitar Pocket Amplifier With Headphone Output
  • Joyo Ja 03"Metal" Sound Effect Mini Guitar Pocket Amplifier With Headphone Output
  • Joyo Ja 03"Metal" Sound Effect Mini Guitar Pocket Amplifier With Headphone Output
  • Joyo Ja 03"Metal" Sound Effect Mini Guitar Pocket Amplifier With Headphone Output

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Joyo Ja 03"Metal" Sound Effect Mini Guitar Pocket Amplifier With Headphone Output

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Joyo Ja 03"Metal" Sound Effect Mini Guitar Pocket Amplifier With Headphone Output

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Product Description Product Description
  • Small enough to clip to your belt or hang from guitar body
  • 1/8 inch stereo in allows you to play along with music
  • Features 3 controls: Gain (dist.), tone (treb.) and volume
  • Includes the 2 AAA batteries required for operation
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A decent little product.This is a nice little tool for portable or quiet practice. It definitely has enough power to be loud enough for anyone's headphones, and I've even plugged it into my speakers once or twice to see what it sounded like. I wouldn't suggest doing that if you have weak speakers, it could blow them out. While the settings on this won't get you a perfect sound, they are configurable enough to give you a good idea what you're going to sound like. VERY IMPORTANT: If you get one of these pocket amps, make sure it's the one you want for your style. This one has "metal" written on the side, but there are other versions, such as the tube amp, which will work better with different guitars or playing styles. Overall, this is a solid product that I would recommend to anyone who doesn't want to spend a fortune on a top brand version.4Sound quality not very goodWorks in a pinch if you cannot have your external speaker on, but you get what you pay for and the sound quality is hard to adjust and sounds very tinny3It WorksI like the range given by the gain. I can turn it up and crunch when I want it or turn it down to practice my scales. The best part was being able to practice at 3am when I couldn't sleep without waking my roommate up.4Joyo Metal ampThis is a nice, inexpensive amp sim. I have tried it through headphones, a Danelectro mini amp and an Egnater Tweaker. Sounds great, very lively, with a distortion character that's sort of like a Plexi, sort of like the old MXR Distortion pedals. Couldn't get into true high gain territory by itself playing single coils, but this unit does get very loud, and with the right settings can just be used as a clean boost/micro amp, or to push a dirty amp into overdrive. Outputs line level so you have to run it at the end of your pedals or use an impedance-matching cable to avoid getting terrible overloaded sounds.I have never owned an Amplug to compare but these Joyo units seem to be significantly larger. The headphone jack and aux-in jack are 1/8" so you'll need an adapter to run this into an amp.The unit housing and the power switch feel a little fragile, but I think they'll hold up with care. Build and sound quality are great considering the price. I'll probably pick up some more and have a look inside to see if any interesting mods can be done. I recommend it to any traveling guitarists or guys who just want an extra trick in the bag. Actually, for the price, I recommend it to any gadget-loving guitarist.4Omg, it's only noise!So... Even before plugging it into the guitar I knew something was wrong. If you set gain at 4 he hissing is terrible. All the sounds are mixed with that hissing and distorted.I returned immediately and bought the amplug. What a difference! If you're going to try a cheap knockout of the amplug, just try another one :) this one is terrible1I used for bass with headphonesI used this on my bass with headphones, mostly because I couldn't afford to buy a $100 amp on top of the guitar. I crossed my fingers and hoped for the best. Yes, it works with a bass, and sure the tone is not as rich as I hoped. But for a pocket amp that fits in the palm of your hand, it helps you practice without disturbing others. It also has an AUX jack where you can plug in your computer or MP3 to play along with songs or listen to instructions on video. That was a very handy feature. Well worth the $12 I paid for it and then some.4I'm a believer!This review is based an a very low cost item. So when considering price to value ratio I consider it a worthwhile investment. There are other models and your mileage may vary. this review is for the METAL version. I have not owned the Vox brand, so I can't compare them, however I can purchase three of these for the price of one of those!The build is very nice. All the controls work well and there are definite changes in volume, tone, and gain when utilized.The guitar jack is sturdy and fits the guitar well. there is no static or breaking up when the amp moves around.The headphone 3.5mm jack is solid, and the stereo mix 3.5mm input jack works as it should as well.The mix input volume is controlled by your mp3 or radio and is a pass through straight to the headphones .Utilizing the amps controls and your instrument's controls you can get an almost clean sound to a very grungy metal sound.I was surprised at the volume of the unit. It is not ear drum breaking loud, but it gets close enough for my taste.As with any unit of this type it will start to hiss a bit when cranked up especially if the gain is set at max as well.This unit seems to be designed for the fender style surface angled jacks,as it would lay nicely against the body when plugged in.Now the bad...this isn't a deal breaker, but immediately throw away the cheapo batteries that come with it and put in fresh alkaline.The batteries that came with mine were almost dead and made it sound horrible. (So horrible I was immediately disappointed.)The only other minor issue is that my guitar jack is on the bottom edge of my guitar's body and the amp tends to spin around in circles, and is also in a position that could allow damage if I set it on my leg, or against the chair. In this position the control wheels are facing down and easily spun by a rub across a chair. I may build a short male/female extension guitar cable to plug it into to get it away from the guitar.Overall I am pleased, and believe I got what I paid for.4Tolerable for PracticeNot a bad little device. I bought this for practice and it works well through headphones. Works OK with computer speakers, but even with the gain all the way down it seems a little over driven, and the tone is a little muddy. It will do OK for practice3If You Own a Older SST or Parker, Buy Yesterday; All Others Buy NowI bought this as an easy portable way to amplify my solid body acoustic electric (with mini speakers I use [[ASIN:B00065XSP8 Macally Podwave Portable Stereo Speakers for iPod and MP3 Players (White)]) but I'm sure any would work] for just playing and singing with friends. I'd tried battery operated guitar amps but they really sounded muddy and didn't fit inside the instrument case. This setup fits right in the case with plenty of room to spare. What I'm really amazed by is how great it sounds for ten bucks. I didn't have terribly high expectations, but this unit certainly exceeded them. I did try it out, by the way, with an electric, and while you won't mistake it for an actual acoustic, it'd would be plenty adequate for song-writing, playing around.Bottom line, I can't believe how good this thing sounds, and I can't believe that Vox tries to get thirty bucks for these things. And if you own an older SST (I think the new Epiphone's have a built-in headphone amp--you'd just need tiny speakers) or Parker with a piezo, this will make your amazing ax as much fun around the house as your annoying cousin's crappy First Act.5Wish it worked betterThis is a very neat idea. And for ten to fifteen bucks... it does a ten to fifteen buck job.It works pretty well as a headphone jack. I tested it on an acoustic electric, an electric ukulele, and a Peavey 5-string bass. Headphone response was good on all three. It's satisfactory as an "in the quiet of your room" practice device so you don't disturb anyone else.As a preamp device, I had mixed results. It really doesn't seem to have enough power to offer much in the way of preamp. There is audible hiss (as often found in cheap devices) and no amount of gain reduction or volume / tone balancing worked at removing such.The layout of the device is unfortunate in design. For headphones it's okay. But the "out" jack-- 1/8", is directly opposite the main plug. While that may seem to make sense, once I used a 1/8" to 1/4" converter and then added a standard guitar cable on the end of that... there was quite a long hunk of cable hanging off the end of the guitar. That can be eliminated somewhat by using a 1/8" to 1/4" conversion cable, but such is not the easiest thing to find. It is definitely advertised as a preamp: "If you want to take your guitar outside, for a street performance, this thing will give your guitar the extra boost needed to get you heard." But its performance as such leaves a bit to be desired.In the end analysis I believe it better to use some other type of preamp device, something with a little more power and a little cleaner tone. For the price it's hard to complain-- but imo its use is pretty much limited to being an earphone adapter.3
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