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Harley Benton Rockplug Classic Rock

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Mini Headphone Amplifier for Electric Guitar

  • Analog overdrive circuit
  • Overdrive, tone & volume controls
  • Built-in rechargeable lithium battery with about 15 hours of use
  • Headphone output: 3.5 mm jack
  • Aux input: 3.5 mm jack
  • Mini USB port for charging the battery
  • LED indicator for battery and charging status
  • Dimensions: 80 x 30 x 15 mm
  • Weight: 50 g
  • Includes aux input stereo cable (3.5 mm) and USB cable
Effect Types Headphone Amp
available since December 2017
Item number 421680
Number of stereo channels 1
Output Level Adjustment Per Channel 1
Amount Of Inputs 1
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£12.60
Including VAT; Excluding £8 shipping
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Super convenient, and incredible value for money
Mystikal 26.10.2021
I ordered this practice amp because i got fed up with pulling out my normal amp, connecting everything and after that be finally ready to play.
This is way more convenient. Plug it in your guitar, plug in your headphones and go.

The unit itself feels sturdy and has some nice weight to it. However, there's not really a proper way to hold it and pull it out of your guitar without having the idea you break it. So 5 stars for quality (4,5 actually, but that isn't an option).

In terms of handling, it fits good on both my Squier Strat and my Epiphone SG. Not in the way of any controls or whatever. The controls work well, although it would be nice if they were visible while playing. The biggest 'downside' for me is the powerswitch, it's quite difficult to use if you don't have long nails. Again, 4,5 stars.

The features are amazing for the price. Rechargeable battery, overdrive and tone, and an aux in. Can't beat that. 5 stars.

The soundquality is good for this price. The overdrive works well, produces a nice crunchy sound (dependent on the pickups you use of course).
The downside on sound is that your headphones matter. I first used cheaps earbuds from Sennheiser, but that was all hissing and crackling. However, using my Sennheiser HD599 gave a beautiful sound.

All in all highly recommended. Very good item for a cheap present for any guitarist.
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Disappointed & broken
ohiaia - Alberto Falchi 03.10.2020
I hat to give bad reviews but...

Now: it has last 2 days.
It was something I gave my kid to play his guitar and avoid him to use my mixer and stuff.

I guess I thought he broke it.
So I did not even think to call customer service.
I was just a bit sad with it.

Then Sunday comes and I had time to fool around.
Open it and find out what's wrong.
I was almost sure it was the headphone female jack that has broken.

4 screw later i found a cemetery of broken soldering points.

The female jack seems to have been already replaced as it's solder material was dirty and some dirty could be found on the board. The jack board port was gone. Hanging to the jack (internal) cable. Even the USB charge port fell apart like nothing as keeping it in place (I do not even had the time to try to use it to charge the battery)

Now: on my side it's not a really big deal, I'll ask my laboratory friend form work to solder here and there, offer him a pair of beers and cheers a few one myself too... and we are good to go. I guess not everybody is so lucky.
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Great sound.
migpt 08.07.2019
I loved this thing! Great sound! Too bad I stepped on it barefoot and the jack input (with phone jack inside) broke. I tried to open for repair but too much little plastics.
Later I acquired a Vox Classic Rock and tho I find the tone very good the HB Rockplug doesn't fall behind. The HB doesn't "color" the sound as the other (Vox sounds like a "through cabinet" with bass). It's a different type of OD of the Vox and the gain to the max sounds like distortion (ex. Nirvana).
You can use it with bass but it's not that good (the Vox sounds good on bass and has lot's of volume and boost - clean and OD).
But the biggest plus is the price and the rechargeable battery! It lasts for ages! I could play for days and days without recharging and then no need to buy batteries - and yes buying batteries is a major issue. Some folkes might say "and what if battery dies?" well my phone is 3years and every 2 days I charge it and it still goes on. Imagine 2 batteries per week minimum after 1 year the amount of money you'll spend! You can buy three or more HB Rockplug!
I'll be buying another next order for sure.
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Weird buzzing
GiantSloth 21.09.2021
The amplifier does a decent job and has decent features. There are some issues with it that I noted. First, you can't see what the dials do when you have it plugged in, so you will have to commit that to memory before you start playing, because the text is facing away from you. Second, there is an annoying buzz, like a mosquito, which ruins the sound.
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