With 99 adjustable rhythm patterns, the VOX MINI5 Rhythm allows you to practice with precision wherever the road takes you. Powered by six AA batteries, or the included adapter, the MINI5 Rhythm is the ideal amplifier for dressing room rehearsals or writing new tunes in between shows. 11 authentic amp models and on-board 8 effects make this little amp a tremendously versatile tool, allowing you to obtain a variety of both classic and inventive guitar tones! With microphone and auxiliary inputs and a headphone out, you can collaborate with others or practice silently.
11 realistic amp models inherited from the popular Valvetronix Series
Amp models range from intense high-gain types to pristine clean sounds that can also be used with keyboards and other instruments
A total of eight effects: four standard effects (compressor, chorus, flanger, and tremolo); four types of delay/reverb
The proprietary VOX "Bassilator" circuit delivers a heavy sound with ultra-low frequency, creating a rich low-end rhythm response
A variety of rhythm patterns organized into 10 genres, plus metronome patterns, for a total of 99 choices. Use the GENRE knob and VARIATION button to easily recall the desired rhythm.
Battery operation (six AA batteries) for portability to perform & practice anywhere, with approximately 19.5 hours of playing time (at the 0.1W setting); an AC adapter is also included
An independent mic input jack can be used with a delay/reverb effect to get your ideal vocal sound
AUX input jack lets you connect your MP3 player for jam sessions or practice
Headphone/line output with a cabinet simulator can reproduce the resonances of a speaker cabinet
Power Select (5/1.5/0.1) switch lets you adjust the volume without impairing tonal characteristics, such as the sense of drive or air
High-performance, built-in E-string tuner
Classic VOX design is complemented by a rugged metal grill on the black and ivory models
The Classic model is all Vox with its diamond fret clothe and gold trim
Carrying strap is included for convenient transportation