NUX Mighty 8BT Amp w/Bluetooth

$229.00

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Product Description

More Than Expected Features
NUX Mighty 8 BT 8 watt portable guitar amplifier have all the features you need to rock on the streets! Instrument and microphone inputs, effects, Bluetooth connection for broadcasting your music to play along or you can use 1/8-inch aux input. And you can download the free mobile application to reach more exclusive features.

Equipped with the perfect-quality hardware to get the best sound for guitar playing and singing. NUX Mighty 8 BT is a small size yet powerful and musical sound guitar amplifier.

For the guitar input; there are CLEAN, OVERDRIVE and DISTORTION Sound presets you can customize and save your tone on each one. And you can control the Gain and Tone levels, Modulation and Delay effects Rate and Level parameters with master Reverb to use 3 effects simultaneously.

For the Mic input; You can adjust the volume and control the Reverb Send which allows you to adjust the master Reverb for your guitar and microphone separately.

Built-in Drum Machine
There are 9 different style drum beats and a metronome you can play along with. Turn the Drum Volume knob and drum will start playing, you can use the TAP button to set the drum/metronome speed.
To change the drum style; push and hold the TAP button and turn the Drum Volume knob while holding it.

You can also use the mobile application to control the drum machine.

Echoes to the Sky
There are 4 Delay and 4 Reverb effects you can choose and adjust the Decay, Speed and Mix levels including the TAP TEMPO with the mobile application.

 

Additional Information

Weight 3.0 kg

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