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Vox Pathfinder 10


Guitar Combo

  • 10 W
  • 1 x 6.5" Vox Bulldog speaker
  • The ideal practice and recording combo with a distinctive Vox sound
  • Controls for Gain, Treble, Bass, Volume, Clean / Overdrive switch
  • Headphone / Line output
  • Dimensions WxHxD: 380 x 260 x 170 mm
  • Weight: 4.8 kg
Power 10 W
Speaker 1x 6.5"
Channels 2
Reverb No
Effects Processor No
External FX Loop No
Line Input No
Recording Output Yes
MIDI Interface No
Connection for External Speaker No
Headphone Output Yes
Footswitch connection No
Incl. Footswitch No
Weight 4,8 kg
Item number 154259
79 €
Including VAT; Excluding 20 € shipping
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Standard Delivery Times
Delivery approx. between Wednesday, 27.10. and Thursday, 28.10.
30 Sales Rank

336 Customer Reviews

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Vox in the box
Vintage Wage 14.09.2021
Just to clarify, I’m using vintage gear.
73 SG with bare knuckle Stormy mondays 12-50 strings
2021 SG with the same pups 11-46
2020 Gibson LP with mojotone 59 clones 11-46
Hagstrom jazz box with lollar pickup
Epi LP with bareknuckle PG Blues set
Ibanez RG with bare knuckles abraxas
Always on pedals: Xotic sp, ep and rc all low gain, the compressor on mid boost, and sometimes tc electronic mojomojo on low gain.

D'addario and Rotosound strings.

This amp is totally cool with these 6 guitars. A defined clear sound and the small speaker means I ain’t annoying the granny downstairs and I can move it around the flat quite easily…
I wasn’t sure if I should get an ac15, but now I’m certain.. but only after I’ve gotten another one of these guys for a mini stereo sound at home… it’s gonna be a recording mainstay too, starting with the next song
To my ear, the Hagstrom, both les Paul’s and the SG with the heavy strings sound the best.
I absolutely love it and totally recommend!


Awesome combo amplifier!!!
George Mam. 15.08.2017
I got Vox Pathfinder 10 because I wanted a nice sounding little solid state combo. I already had the bass version of this amp, which has a great sound. So, I decided to try the guitar version. I mostly play Heavy Metal and Power Metal. This is the only amplifier I ever tried that can produce a nice Metal distorted tone with the gain knob set at noon. The tone is the familiar British tone. I love it so much. Controls are simple and easy to use and you can easily set them for a great tone. However, this amp hasn't any effects. For me, that isn't a con, because I use effect pedals for this purpose. Quality is great. This amplifier looks and sounds better than many more expensive amplifiers. If you love classic British Heavy Metal sound, it's perfect. I'm sure it does a good job for many other genres too.


Pathfinder 10
NottsBassist 18.06.2013
A decent amp for the money.


Input>Gain>Overdrive/Clean>Treble>Bass>Volume>Headphone Jack>On/Off

Very basic set-up, lacks any control over Mid's. The amp responds well to volume up to about 7-8 o'clock, however, any further and you're left with irritating buzzing and strong distorted sounds.

Very pretty little amp, and is very appealing to the eye. It is also well built, with a vintage look and feel to it.


The gain is very strong and is very good considering the price of the amp. Can be soft and as it increases, it has a lot of growl to it.

I would really like it if this amp had more EQ control to it, but I guess you get what you pay for with this amp.

I can't play this amp with a band. This is definitely just a practice amp.


The quality is average; as far as sound goes, which I think defines an amp, the quality of the sound is good enough for me to practice with in small spaces.

The build quality is fair, however, if you're in the UK it's note worthy that this amp comes with a 2 pin plug rather than a 3 pin and so a converter is needed.

The fabric's that make the aesthetics of this amp is of high quality and very eye catching, classic Vox.

Overall, a fair practice amp, and worth the money. However, I do think there is better out there.


One of the best practice amps
I.A. 16.01.2018
If you want a small amp with a great sound, this is your choice, especially if you are looking for the typical Vox sound.

This is a very simple amp. It has two channels (actually, the second channel works more like a gain boost for added distortion). The clean channel is great. And surprisingly takes pedals very well, even fuzzes.

When I want a distorted sound, I prefer to overdrive the clean channel. The gain channel is a little too hard and with too much treble if not equalized correctly.

The EQ has only bass and treble controls, just like some other high range Vox amps. Anyway the Vox sound is very heavy in midrange.

It is loud enough for practice but you can also use it is bigger venues if you mic the amp or you can use its output jack and connect it to the mixing table (this one is frequently used at my church). More volume can be achieved by connecting a bigger speaker, but you?ll have to hardwire it.

The only downsides of this amp are the lack an external speaker output, effects loop and a footswitch connection to change between channels. However, again, some high end Vox amps don?t have them either.


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