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Vox Cambridge 50 1x12 Combo Amp

SKU: # 725822   |   Model: # CAMBRIDGE50   |    Product Reviews4 Reviews  Write a Review

Cambridge 50 1x12 Combo Amp

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Cambridge 50 1x12 Combo Amp
Cambridge 50 1x12 Combo Amp
Cambridge 50 1x12 Combo Amp

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YouTube Video Introducing the VOX Cambridge50
YouTube Video L&M @ NAMM 2020: Vox Cambridge50 Guitar Amp
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The VOX Cambridge50 is a modern modeling guitar amplifier powered by Nutube and Celestion for powerful and responsive tones. It features Nutube for real tube distortion and response, and an open-backed cabinet equipped with a 12-inch Celestion speaker for the classic VOX tone. Its simple design allows you to easily dial in settings on the face of the amp, or save your favourite settings as presets. With 11 types of amp models, 8 built-in effects, and a built-in tuner, this amp is perfect for many applications and any style of music.

Key Features

  • 50 Watts with Nutube in Preamp

  • Celestion VX12 Speaker & Open-Back Cabinet

  • 11 Amp Models & 8 Built-in Effects

Specifications

OUTPUT POWER: Maximum approx. 50 W RMS @4 ohms
AMP MODELS: 11 (10 + Line)
EFFECTS: 8
PRESET PROGRAMS: 11
USER PROGRAMS: 2 (Using the VFS5 foot switch increases the number of user programs to 8)
INPUT/OUTPUT: INPUT jack, Headphones jack (with cabinet simulator), AUX IN jack, FOOT SW jack, USB (Type B) port (Audio ouput and Tone Room software
SPEAKER: Celestion VX12 12″ 4 Ohms
VALVE: Nutube 6P1
SAMPLING FREQUENCY: 44.1 kHz
POWER SUPPLY: AC adapter (DC 19V)
CURRENT CONSUMPTION: 3.42A
DIMENSIONS (W X D X H): 452 mm x 240 mm x 410 mm/17.80" x 9.45" x 16.14"
WEIGHT: 8.9 kg / 19.62 lbs
INCLUDED ITEMS: AC adapter (DC 19V), JamVOX III download card
ACCESSORIES (Sold separately): VOX VFS2 footswitch, VOX VFS5 footswitch

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Introducing the VOX Cambridge50Watch Video
Youtube video product demo
L&M @ NAMM 2020: Vox Cambridge50 Guitar AmpWatch Video
Youtube video product demo

Description: Ian and Kenny from Vox Amps give a quick overview and demonstration of the Vox Cambridge50 50-watt digital modeling guitar amp at NAMM 2020.


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Decent :) 1 of 1 customers found this review helpful
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Closest Store   Bedford, Nova Scotia
This amp does lack low end and volume for it's rating. I find it hard to get good blues tones compared to my fender and Marshall amps. The modeling does not compare to the actual amp . The Vox Models are very well done but I have no point of reference. The Boutique and is one of my least favorites sounding like a half cocked wah pedal eq curve. The Rectifier model is one of my favorites, it a great metal sound. Overall the amp is best used for practice and I wouldn't hesitate to use it in the studio (Rectifier Model). The direct out cab emulation is very good
Posted by Shawn on Jun 13, 2022
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Re-evaluation It does what it says on the tin 1 of 1 customers found this review helpful
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Closest Store   Toronto (Bloor St.), Ontario
When I first started exploring the amp, I found the noise floor to be very high. Since I only wanted a good clean sound for a pedal platform, I found it unacceptable. Since then, I've found a sweet spot with the gain and volume that works for me. I don't need any of the high gain tones, for now anyway. The problem with my DAW still exists. While I'm recording, I can only monitor through the amp, but it's not that big a problem. I managed to get good results with it anyway, and I'm looking forward to doing more recording with it. I still would have been happier with the mid control on the top with the other controls instead of the modulation effects. I like the reverbs, but don't need the delay. Bottom line, it's a great piece of gear, with lots of tonal options. I'm very happy with it now.
Posted by Nigel on Apr 24, 2021
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Great at low volume 1 of 1 customers found this review helpful
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Closest Store   Toronto (Bloor St.), Ontario
Initially, I bought this as a pedal platform practice amp. But after I watched a few videos and it seemed like it could be more than just a practice amp. The built-in audio interface was intriguing, and all of the videos say it's plenty loud enough to gig, which it is. It sounds great at low volume, but when you turn it up, there's a very loud hiss. The noise floor is so high, they had to implement a noise gate, which is on by default. But as soon as you play, all that noise comes out, and is part of the tone. I haven't tried it in a band setting yet, but in isolation I find the noise is very intrusive at a decent volume. The amp model with the least noise is the Deluxe Clean model. Even the AC 30, and AC30 top boost models have a lot of noise, which are the ones you'd expect them to get right. The tones are actually really good! But I find the noise off putting. I can't imagine recording with it, but maybe the interface doesn't have that problem. Unfortunately, my DAW doesn't support separate audio inputs and outputs. Which means I have to keep switching back and forth. (not ideal) The Tone Room software is easy enough to use. I would have preferred the tone controls on the top instead of the very limited effects. If you're looking for a lot of built-in effects, the Fender LT50 would be a better option. The tuner is useless. (not sure why they bothered) You can only tune the E strings. I think I should have spent a lot more and got either a Two-Notes Captor-X or a Revv D20. In the end, it is a good practice amp at low volume. The headphone output is okay, but not great. You have to change your EQ settings to get it to sound good in the cans, but it can be done.
Posted by Nigel on Mar 5, 2021
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Warmth is the Word 1 of 1 customers found this review helpful
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Closest Store   Oshawa, Ontario
More than pleased with the Cambridge. It's not overloaded with effects like some modelers: the basics you need (tremolo sounds especially nice). On board controls are simple and effective, but you can delve into Tone Room for more control. The sound is there, in spades. There is a warmth that I haven't heard with other modeling amps. The AC30 models are sparkling, the Deluxe and Brit 1959 are other personal favourites. Breakup is touch sensitive. For the money, it's a lovely amp.
Posted by Liev on Dec 14, 2020
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