Rock-it V2 is the world's smallest REAL full featured guitar amp. It is a headphone amp on
steroids, a pre-amp with punch, and a direct record convenience. It is the most radical
thing to happen to the guitar industry since, well, the original Pocket Rock-it.
The V2 captures the tonal heritage of 50 years of guitar amp design. It combines analog
and digital signal processing to reproduce classic tube amp tones. A proprietary DSP engine
provides awesome digital effects like Reverb, Delay, Chorus and Flange, and an analog front
end generates classic amp emulation tones. The V2 is the culmination of 25 years of
engineering and amp design experience.
And you dont even need a cable. Like all Pocket Rock-it products, the V2 plugs directly
into any guitar. No need to mess with cumbersome interconnect cables. Just plug it in, put
on your headphones and your ready to Rockn Roll. You can even play a along with your
favorite CD. And best of all, the V2 sounds better than many full blown amplifiers.
Amp Emulation Modeling: Proprietary amp emulation circuitry models vintage and
current amplifier classics. Clean amp button scrolls through three (3) clean or slightly
over-driven tones. Dirty amp button scrolls through three (3) gnarly, positively nasty high
gain selections. Classic Fender, Marshall, Soldano and more, at the tip of your finger.
Reverb, Chorus and More: Two independent DSP effect banks. Delay bank includes
straight delay, flange and chorus. Reverb bank includes an arena size reverb, a small hall
reverb and an echo effect. Choose any delay or reverb effects independently, or combine one
from each bank and create a sound with two simultaneous effects.
Digital Guitar Tuner: Six string digital tuner with audible low-E, A, D, G, B and high-E
notes. Select appropriate string and tune to the tone. Tri-colored LED indicates flat, sharp
or in tune. Perfect way to improve your ear.
Click Track Metronome: Built in click track/metronome with natural sampled snare
drum hit - no annoying buzz or tone. Adjustable Tempo between 60 -180 bpm. Great way to
learn to play to a steady beat.