The Vox MV50 Brian May and amPlug Brian May both offer the legendary guitarist’s amp tones without the use of an AC30 going full-tilt with a treble booster in front of it. They all come is a Red Special finish that matches Brian’s iconic guitar.
MV50 Brian May
The Nutube-equipped Brian May MV50 offers an AC30 amp tone, plus a Knight Audio Technologies treble booster and so everything a guitarist could need to emulate that Brian May tone.
It has a 50-watt output and will power a cabinet with no problem. Plus there is also speaker emulation for the line out as well. This all makes it quite a versatile small format amp head.
MSRP – EUR 299 *
Vox MV50 Brian May
amPlug Brian May
Whereas, the amPlug Brian May is designed for use with a set of headphones and gives you similar tones in a much more compact, gig bag-friendly format.
It comes with three onboard effects Brighton Rock delay, phaser and chorus. What is also interesting is that it comes preloaded with backing tracks for rhythms, including the stomps and claps of We Will Rock You.
Perfect for practising your favourite Queen tracks whilst not annoying your neighbours.
MSRP – EUR 65 *
Vox AmPlug2 Brian May
Both versions of the amp come either as a standalone unit or in a special limited-edition set that includes the matching speaker cab, as well as a keychain and postcards.
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- AC30 tones: Thomann
- Gig bag-friendly: Thomann