The MIGHTY-8 uses True Simulation of Analog Circuits (TSAC) technology which were developed to accurately mimic the way an all tube amplifier interacts with a loudspeaker.
32-bit DSP equipped and 44.1kHz CD quality sound, the MIGHTY8 will give you a tube-like tone never before thought possible in such an affordable but flexible, mini amp.
Channels can be switched between CLEAN and LEAD (overdrive). CLEAN and LEAD channels create a total of seven preamps simulations, including CLEAN, BLUES, OVERDRIVE, CRUNCH, CLASSIC, SUPERLEAD and HEAVY METAL, instead of one flat distortion sound! A 4-watt power amp, which combined with the 6.5" speaker, creates a very powerful amplifier that's portable enough for the road or home studio.
Easy to use, 3-band equalizer (BASS,MID and TREBLE).
6 types of built-in, digital effects: Chorus, Flanger, Phaser, Tremolo, Delay and Reverb, and separate "Delay" and "Reverb" effects with separate controls from the modulation effects.
A tuner function is also included. An LED display allows you to tune your guitar quickly and easily.
"MIXER/PHONES" for use in Headphones and for use as recording output. MIGHTY8 is equipped with two external input jacks, which is convenient for your practice sessions. Use this to play along with sounds from a drum machine, CD and MP3 players.
You can operate on battery power for up to 8 hours continuous operation.
Accessories Includes a portable carry strap & a 3 pin power adapter.
Metal protectors on all corners for extra protection and durability.
Posted by T on 10th Feb 2014
After getting one of these from a buddy of mine, I sold my Roland Micro Cube... So... That ought to explain the sound coming out of this amp. Tried the Vox amps and was disappointed with their battery compartment. On the Nux, it doesn't look like it was a last minute decision to add in the battery compartment. Overall, it's a very pleasant sounding amplifier. Your big amps will collect dust after you get this...
Posted by Unknown on 3rd Apr 2012
Made in China practice amp (but so what everything is made in China these days).. output is about 4Watts to 6.5Watts depending on your power input from 9V - 12V DC, quite similar to high end branded practice amps like Fender Mustang amp. Its nice to have built in reverb and other guitar effects for a small amp. Its not too heavy and the MP3/CD input is a plus. Produces a simulated tube sound and has pre-set overdrive capabilities. Recommended!