Vox Adio Air GT review

A compact, portable desktop modeling amp capable of huge tones

Vox Adio Air GT review
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Guitar World Verdict

Don’t let the size of this amp fool you - the Adio Air GT sounds massive! Plus it has a wide range of quality-sounding amp models and effects.


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    Great range of tones

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    Incredible stereo sound

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    Battery or mains operated

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    Two effects banks

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    Further sound editing in the app


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    3” speakers lack low end

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The Vox Adio Air GT is a small desktop guitar amp with modeling capabilities. Packing a massive 50W into a small package, this tiny but mighty amp boasts 11 amp models (23 if you use the app/software), a range of different effects, Bluetooth connectivity, eight slots for custom presets and two 3” speakers working in stereo. It can be powered via mains, or batteries.

It’s a great amp for beginners and more seasoned players alike. Those just starting out can learn about the different amp and effects types, whilst getting some great tones for all different styles of music. Experienced guitarists can use it as a practice amp in the office or living room, to save firing up the big tube amp for every quick jam.  

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Richard Blenkinsop

After spending a decade in music retail, I’m now a freelance writer for Guitar World, MusicRadar, Guitar Player and Reverb, specialising in electric and acoustic guitars, bass, and almost anything else you can make a tune with. When my head’s not buried in the best of modern and vintage gear, I run a small company helping musicians with songwriting, production and performance, and I play bass in an alt-rock band.