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It will work with electric-acoustic guitars that have the ability to plug into an amplifier. I use it with my headphones to practice without disturbing anyone. It's great for traveling, don't have to lug your amplifier around. Hope this helps.
By Delphia on May 5, 2018
By Daniel Rodriguez on April 3, 2018
it has a gain button so you can adjust the amount of distortion.
By squire on March 15, 2018
You need the headphones to hear it. They are the speakers.
By Blue on March 12, 2018
Probably won't get the results you want. Vox makes one specifically for bass
By Steve Wentworth on March 6, 2018
Yes if u have the right adapter . i have'nt done it .
By Amado Garcia on March 4, 2018
If you mean "work" then yes, but it clips at higher volume for guitar so I'm thinking at low volume. I will try it w/ bass sometime.
By Robert E. Landry II on February 27, 2018
Yes any will work with the small 1/8" stereo jack. But if you want good sound use one with good bass response. I like earcandy.
By Robert E. Landry II on January 31, 2018
No speaker,headphone jack only,there is a aux input as well.
By squire on January 19, 2018
Hello Armando, Order it from our company. We are in the USA. Those others ship from China. Thank you, Daniel
By Calido Guitars SELLER on January 6, 2018
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December 5, 2017
After spending nearly $40 on a FIOS headphone amp only to see it crap out early, I decided to go with this MUCH cheaper product. Not disappointed. I use it for bass guitar practice and it gets the job done more than adequately. And at this price point lasting more than a year is a bonus. I'm a little amazed at reviewers who complain about hiss and limited sound variety. You use a headphone amp to practice easily and quietly. Period. They all hiss and have a limited sound palette. Even the $40 versions.
October 18, 2017
Generally, I am pleased with GP-1. Clean signal to noise transfer, but overdrives quickly. I even played through a small amplified speaker. Sounds fine for practice. Is handy on trips with the gig bag. This a rock amp; Marshall-esce. My Fender Strat drives it straight into rock tones even with guitar volume down. With my Squier Buttescotch Blonde Tele I get a nice bluesy sound at low gain, maybe 2 to 3 on gain knob. I would like breakup to start at 5. Tone output at max seems to get brighter than actual signal. Maybe just my ears. But sounds fine between 3 and 6. I mostly play clean to blues. So I would have liked more headroom in the gain. So I will probably look for a more suitable amp. It gets 4 stars because it has clean signal to noise performance but lacks enough headroom.
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I like this thing. The only complaint I have with it is that when it is plugged into the guitar the controls are kind of upside down and not really user friendly. Great idea being able to plug earphones and an auxiliary device to practice though. I thought the price was reasonable.
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