Vox Enhances Online Presence

Vox Amplification is offering new tools designed to help you get the most of your online experience when researching and exploring Vox products. These include new web tools on the Vox site, plus the brand new Vox Toneroom and JamVox micro site.

The Toneroom allows you to exchange and share new sound settings created by you on your own Vox gear. Not only can new settings be uploaded and downloaded, but also a voting system allows you to rate a sound depending on how much you like it.

With the sort and search facility you can see the most highly rated sounds or track down a sound styled on your favourite players and artists. You also have the ability to link to your YouTube videos so you can show of video and audio examples of your sounds.

Also new to the site is a rapidly expanding forum section where everyone can get together and talk about everything and anything, from how you use your VOX gear to the best gig venues you've been to.

A new microsite, www.myjamvox.com, not only offers information about the new JamVox, but also provides an engaging, informative video outlining the product's features and capabilities. An interactive demo also allows users to 'test drive' JamVox's proprietary GXT technology, which extracts the guitar part from a song. Other site features include a dealer locator, contest area and more.

Check it all out at www.voxamps.com

Simon Bradley is a guitar and especially rock guitar expert who worked for Total Guitar magazine and has in the past contributed to world-leading music and guitar titles like MusicRadar (obviously), Guitarist, Guitar World and Louder. What he doesn't know about Brian May's playing and, especially, the Red Special, isn't worth knowing.