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

4.3
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  • Mp3 input jack:3.5mm
  • Earphone input jack:3.5mm

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Customer Reviews

Meh - didn't last all that long ... ;(This little thing works great. I did upgrade the AAA battery with a Quantum AAA - seemed to play a wee bit louder - not to mention - most OEM batteries work for like 2 days & then self destruct via leakage ... thus the swap ... Love the sound - warm & mellow if you want - mess with the settings & match it to your guitar & this little thing rocks - has NO issue's driving a pair of AKG K-241's - love it.*** Update for 04-17-17 ***Just going through my old reviews waiting on technology todo it's thing - came across this one & need to comment - didn't last all that long ... used it very occasionally for about 6 months & it went poof - wouldn't turn on etc ... contacted JOYO & essentially was told the warranty was all of 90days ... so ... ya ... it's cheap ... but ... won't last all that long ...3Can you practice if someone keeps saying in your ear: "pud pud pud pud pud pud WEEE!"Yeah, I know, it's less than $15, what do I expect?Well... I expected it to be well-grounded and to not make noise when not plugged-in. No such luck.While the volume control was a joke, too, goes from 0 to 60 in less than an mm (I measured it), the part that made me return it is the interference.Admittedly, I can only practice in a room with tons of electronics already in place (wifi-router, bluetooth devices, TV, etc). However, the interference was so bad and so loud (pud pud pud pud pud pud WEEE pud pud pud pud pud pud WEEE) that it started to drive me mad. Did some research, I can replace the case with a metal one, or check the wiring to see if the ground was not well soldered... Or... I can return it and try something else.Ended up with a "Bravo Audio Headplug Mini Rechargeable Guitar Headphone Amplifier," used it in the same room, there are still interference, but totally bearable.1VERY WORTH ITI give it five stars. Granted, I've only used it about an hour, but already I'm wondering about the reviews that ding it; maybe they got a lemon. Volume is fine and not overly sensitive; none of the controls are wiggly or difficult to adjust. Plug it in, plug in the ear buds and voila. Works fine with my bass and that's all I wanted it for. Tone, gain are fine and even if they weren't I wouldn't care because I can play and enjoy playing without disturbing anyone else; I can hear what I'm playing without having to resort to my AE, which I don't always want to play due to getting used to the nut width AND the AE isn't quiet even when not plugged in. I'm just so damned happy to be in my own little world.The price is ludicrously right; I didn't want to pay $40 or $50. I don't care that it requires headphones/earbuds cause that's what I need it to be. If it craps out within a few months I won't be pleased and wouldn't buy another because eventually you're going to pay the higher price that maybe you should have started out paying. I'll upgrade when it dies unless it takes years to die. I plan on using this at least five days a week for an hour each time, so I'll comment back if it doesn't cut it.5Complete Piece of Junk - Do Not Waste Your MoneyThe sounds quality is terrible; not just bad, bit worse than bad. I thought the issue may have been due to the cheap headphones I was using, but I borrowed my daughter's Apple headphones and got the same results. The batteries fit loosely in the battery compartment, and barely make contact with the metal components to get a power current. I am pretty sure it would cut in and out if you move around much at all due to the battery shifting and losing connectuon with the metal components. Very low quality product.1Great Headphone Amp for Home/TravelI was looking for a small plug-in headphone amp, so I originally was going to buy the Vox AC one, but the price of this one caught my eye.Some people would complain this doesn't have good tone, or as good of tone as the Vox or other popular brand names. But for what this device is intended for, I don't think the tonal subtleties really matter.I'd say the main difference from this one and the Vox brand one is that the jack doesn't rotate, this unit is just a solid right angle shape with the headphone out jack, 3.5mm in jack (so you can play audio through the device), and three wheels [Gain, Tone, Volume]).5Much better than the Guitar Plug for bass guitar; playing along with mp3 player or computer is really funAmazingly good quality sound for such a small price-and if you like to play your bass along with songs on your mp3 player, it works very well. I have a Guitar Plug (also sold by Amazon) headphone amp on my strat and really the sound-but the Guitar Plug just doesn't seem to work well at all with my bass. It is just fun playing the bass along with songs on my mp3 player and no having to bother anyone in the process. Somewhat cheaply made, but very good product. If you're a bass player, you'll love it. Don't forget to order a mini -to-miniplug if you don't have one on hand and want to play along with your mp3 player or your computer. I also bought rechargeable nickel metal hydride AAA batteries instead of disposables.5It works well, at a low-risk price.I have the name-brand acoustic amplug as well as this knock off. I wanted this one so that I could chop it up and salvage the circuitry for an electric-only solid body travel ukulele that I made. The amplug worked fine, but it was clumsy with it sticking out of the side of the thing. This product had the right price point to mitigate the risk of a bad chopping, which I did with the first one, and had to buy a second. I got a little greedy and ground off too much of the circuit board. The good news is that after unsoldering and resoldering several parts on the board, I can tell you that the internal build quality is as good as anything else. If I were building a new instrument, I could have made provisions for the stock layout and saved some of the hassle, but in this case I was retrofitting and had to make some changes. For example, I flipped the power switch to the other side of the board, trimmed the knobs on the pots, removed both 3.5mm jacks to install wired jacks, and rigged up two AAA battery holders that I was able to squeeze in different places on the instrument. I'm not an audiophile, but I can't tell any difference between the sound quality on the amplug and this one.5Perfect for what it isSo, you want an inexpensive, portable way to practice silently? Well, here ya go. Get yourself a set of headphones, plug them in and you have decent tones to practice too.There appear to be multiple variations of these and this is supposed to be the "Tube" based one. Look, its a cheap solid state amp. If you're expecting it to sound like a roaring JCM800 for $13.00, you're insane.That said, it doesn't sound terrible. The cleans are a decently "warm" clean (again, all of this is relative to the cost) and it reacts fairly well to the volume knob of your guitar. I've only used it on my Strat style guitar that has a minibucker and it "dirties up" nicely just using the guitar volume.Messing with the drive control allows for more distortion, but you'll quickly turn it into a tiny can of bees. Its overdrive circuit is extremely simple and if you're expecting awesome high gain tones, seriously, dude, this was $13. By fiddling with your guitar volume, and the gain knob, you can get livable high gain if you feel like practicing your palm mutes.It's completely plastic so I doubt its overly durable. I'm not certain how long the batteries will last, I've only used it for a total of maybe 3 hours? The cheapness of the build knocked off a star, but again, its cheapness is also a plus.I'd recommend this if you need a cheap and portable way to practice at night, at work, or in a dorm room.If you're super picky about your tone, even for headphone practicing, there are much better, albeit more expensive options out there.4Great Practice Tool!The Joyo Tube Drive mini amp is a great practice tool! I often find myself in situations where it's not practical to turn up an amp to play and/or it's not convenient to fire up the computer and set up the interface. In those cases, this little Joyo works great! Plug in your guitar, plug in your headphones and you're good to go. There's also an aux input so you can connect your phone or mp3 player and play along with your music or backing tracks.The Joyo mini amp has volume, tone, and gain adjustments. With the gain all the way down, there's still a touch of dirt to it, which is where I play most of the time - it's reminiscent of a tubescreamer with the gain set at about 9-10 o'clock. I generally play strats through a fender or mesa boogie tube amp. Obviously, the Joyo mini amp isn't a replacement for my normal setup, but that's not it's purpose. If you purchase this looking for a useful practice tool or for something to play without bugging your neighbors or waking up kids, it's great! I highly recommend it.5Works really wellI purchased the Metal version which works really well for that sound profile. Even with the gain turned all the way down, there is still come crunch to it. The feedback static is also very noticeable when the gain is turned up and nothing is being played. It is not heavy and feels cheap, but its a simple electronic device, so it would feel that way. I really like how it is rechargeable and does not required replaceable batteries. For what I paid, I am happy with it.5
Joyo Ja 03

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

4.3
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
£54.00
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£54.00
Regular price
£88.00
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Unit price
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Save 39% (£34.00)