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Vox Mini Go 50




The Vox Mini Go 50 guitar amp can be taken with you everywhere you go. The VMG-50 is lightweight, compact and can be powered by a mobile battery. The Mini Go 50 features powerful and amp models, a newly developed vocoder and onboard effects, a mic input, aux input, a headphone jack and a rhythm machine.


The Mini Go 50 covers all the bases from practice to live performance—at home, in concert venues or out on the streets.

VMG-50 can be taken anywhere, letting you enjoy playing everywhere, whether at home, on the street or in a concert venue.

These amps are lightweight, compact and can be powered by a mobile battery. They also offer powerful and realistic amp models based on those found in the Cambridge50, as well as a newly developed vocoder for talking modulation effects, onboard effects that let you create a diverse range of sounds, a mic input, AUX input, a headphone jack and a rhythm machine that can playback patterns from many genres... all as standard features.  Vox Mini Go 10 even features an onboard looper 

Rhythm machine makes playing even more fun!

The built-in rhythm patterns on this series cover various genres and metronome types. There are three variations for each genre, for a total of 33 types of rhythm patterns.
Use the selector to easily call up a rhythm pattern and then freely adjust the tempo and volume to effortlessly enjoy a rhythm-backed jam session, develop some riff ideas, or work on your sense of rhythm—there are so many ways to enjoy these amps.


Can be powered by a mobile battery

The Vox Mini Go series can be powered either by a commercially available mobile battery or with the included AC adapter. These amps are the perfect choice for street performances and performing outdoors as well. Use the attached carrying strap to easily take the amp with you wherever you go and have fun playing guitar at any place, any time.

Features a variety of input/output jacks

Aside from an input jack for your guitar, these amps also feature a variety of other input/output jacks. You can adjust the volume for the mic input and also apply delay/reverb effects to the input signal, which is optimal for situations like playing and singing solo. Also, you can select the VOCODER amp model for a talking modulation effect that sounds as if you’re playing a talking guitar, which you can use by playing the guitar while singing or talking into the mic.

The amp also features an AUX IN jack for your music player or another external sound source, which gives you three simultaneous input channels including the signals from your guitar and mic.

Further, this amp has a built-in cabinet simulator, which you can hear through the PHONES jack. This cab sim adds the characteristics of a guitar amp cabinet to the output signal just before it reaches the power amp. This is perfect when recording to an audio recorder or when practising in headphones.

Built-in looper functionality (Vox Mini Go 10/50)

The looper on these amps lets you loop the playback of phrases you record with your guitar or mic and then play along for a jam session, or overdub again and again in real-time performance.

When using the looper along with the rhythm machine and then recording while the rhythm pattern plays, the length of the loop when you stop recording is adjusted (quantized) to match the length of the measure. Also, when you play a rhythm pattern while the looper is playing, the tempo of the rhythm is automatically set to match the loop’s length.

Use the optional VFS3 (sold separately) to freely mix the three loop modes while you play. *Only mode 1 can be used while operating the Vox Mini Go without a foot switch.

The amp models used to define the sound of the VOX MINI GO series use the “VET” modelling technology used on the VOX Cambridge50, which offers a realistic and responsive sound. Selectable amp models include the traditional VOX AC30 type, an amp stack model representative of the 80’s, a boutique amp, and a high-gain amp with massive distortion. The LINE setting is useful when plugging in an electric acoustic guitar or keyboard.

A new and unique vocoder has been added for “talking modulation” effects that sound as if you’re playing a talking guitar, which you can use by playing the guitar while singing or talking into the mic (or while you’re picking the guitar strings if you don’t have a mic connected).


This dual channel, 22W blackface design from the 60’s used 6V6 power tubes and a tube driven reverb to produce a big sound at a lower wattage. Our modeling is based on the Vibrato channel.


The clean channel of a high-quality amp that was produced only on special order, and was known as the overdrive special. With a beautifully rounded low range, a sharp midrange attack, and a sweet treble register, this is ideal for single coil pickups.


The overdrive channel of a 100W high-quality amp that was produced only on special order, and was known as the overdrive special. The wonderful sustain obtained by raising the GAIN control is smooth and soulful.

Vox AC30

The normal channel of AC30, which is a typical guitar amplifier of Vox. The clear high range of the Celestion alnico “Blue” speaker, as well as the rich midrange, deliver a captivating clean sound.

Vox AC30TB

The classic “top boost” circuit of the 1964 AC30. It delivers a smooth and refined top end, a majestically deep overdrive, and a rich, brilliant clean sound.

BRIT 800

A UK-manufactured 100W single-channel head with master volume made in 1983. Turn the GAIN control all the way up to get the thick, snarling hard rock and heavy metal sound that dominated the 80’s.


An English-made 100W amp head released in 2007 that boasts a four-channel design with powerful tone. We’ve used the “Overdrive 2” channel, which produces a tight low-end and transparent high-gain metal sound.


The overdrive channel of a snakeskin-covered 100W amp head built in 1991. With an open low-end and a compressed mid/high range, its powerful, heavy sound delivers a forceful tone that will not break down even with the most extreme gain settings.


The modern high-gain channel from a wild beast of an amp. Its deep and loose low-end, sparkling highs, and monstrous gain are ideal for guitars tuned as low as possible, or for metal acts wielding seven-string guitars.

The effects on the Vox Mini Go series have been revamped for a clearer sound that matches the sound of modern-day music with more precise modelling, which also lets you create a wider range of sounds. Effects types available include chorus, phaser and octave. Including the delay/reverb type, this gives you a total of eight effect types.

EFFECTS 1 (Modulation types/Octave)

  • CHORUS: A standard chorus effect that gives the sound a sway and rich expanse.
  • PHASER: A phaser effect that creates a cyclical swell.
  • TREMOLO: A typical tremolo that modulates the volume up and down cyclically.
  • OCTAVE: An effect that adds a bass sound that is one octave lower. You can adjust the knob to achieve a subtle octave or one that is fully present, and increasing the knob further provides synth bass sound with good resonance.

EFFECTS 2 (Delay/Reverb types)

  • A.DLY: Models an analog delay that uses a Bucket Brigade Device (BBD).
  • D.DLY: Creates a clear sound delay unique to digital systems. This is effective for rhythmic play that matches the delay time to the tempo of the song.
  • SPRING: Simulates the spring reverb that’s built into many guitar amps.
  • HALL: Models the reverberation of a concert hall containing numerous echo components. The operation of the knob and button is the same as with SPRING.

Amp models: 11

Effects: 8

Rhythms: 33

Tempo: 40-240 bpm

E Tuner: E1-E6 (41.2 Hz-1318.5 Hz)

INPUT jack
MIC IN jack
AUX IN jack
FOOT SW jack
DC jack
DC 5V IN jack

Output Power
Vox Mini Go 3: Max 3 W RMS 4 ohms
Vox Mini Go 10: Max 10 W RMS 16 ohms
Vox Mini Go 50: Max 50 W RMS 4 ohms

Vox Mini Go 3: 5 inch 4 ohms
Vox Mini Go 10: 6.5 inch 16 ohms
Vox Mini Go 50: 8 inch 4 ohms

Power Supply:
AC adaptor or mobile battery (Commercially available)
Vox Mini Go 3/10: DC 12 V or 5 V (DC 5V IN)
Vox Mini Go 50: DC 19 V or 5V (DC 5V IN)

Power Consumption
Vox Mini Go 3/10: 1 A
Vox MINI 50: 3.42 A

Mobile Battery: 5 V/3 A*

Dimensions (W x D x H):
Vox Mini Go 3: 256 x 180 x 249 mm/10.08” x 5.91” x 9.80”
Vox Mini Go 10: 296 x 210 x 294 mm/11.65” x 8.27” x 11.57”
Vox Mini Go 50: 390 x 250 x 358 mm/15.35” x 9.84” x 14.09”

Vox Mini Go 3: 3.5 kg/7.72 lbs.
Vox Mini Go 10: 4.5 kg/9.92 lbs.
Vox Mini Go 50: 7.3 kg/16.09 lbs.

Included Items: AC adaptor (Vox Mini Go 3/10: DC 12V, Vox Mini Go 50: DC 19V), Carrying strap.


  • Use a mobile battery with a power output of 1.5 A or greater.
  • Depending on the mobile battery and USB cable used, the amp may not turn on or you may not get enough output.
  • The output sound may be distorted or noisier when using a mobile battery.
  • You may hear a noise when connecting a commercially available USB AC adapter to this amp. If this happens, use a mobile battery instead.
  • This jack is for input only. This jack cannot be used to supply power to another device.
  • This amp does not support USB Power Delivery (USB PD).