Victoria Amplifier Company Announces Two New Models    

November 30, 2011
Just in time for holiday volume, Victoria Amplifier Company announces the arrival of the Silver Sonic and Cherry Bomb combos to its stable of professional guitar amplifiers.
The dual 6V6-powered Silver Sonic features the classic 5F6-A type architecture combined with 100% tube reverb and harmonic filter vibrato all in a 1X12 combo cabinet. At 20 watts, it delivers rich dimensional performance for intimate gig or studio use. The Silver Sonic’s tweed heritage is evident with every note, administering a luxurious pallet of tones, from sweet cleans to aggressive overdriven flavors.
Harmonic filter vibrato adds 3D sonic imagining unlike any other amp (except the Victoria Golden Melody!). Full size Accutronic tank is standard in the all tube reverb circuit. The Silver Sonic brings the huge spatial performance of the Golden Melody in a lower wattage, studio-friendly package. One strum and you’ll be a believer. Two tone cabinetry available in black and sonic blue or black and cream. Tubes: 1x GZ-34, 2 x 6V6GT, 5 x 12AX7, 1 x 12AT7 (NOS), one 12" Victoria speaker. $3,395.00 list
The Cherry Bomb is a fire-breathing dual 6L6 version of our popular “Electro King” amp. The 1X15 Cherry Bomb takes the classic 15-watt “GA-40 LP” amplifier and juices it up to a full 40 watts of cathode biased 6L6 vacuum tube power. The additional output section octane allows the feral power of the 5879 preamp tubes that are at the heart of the Cherry Bomb to fully reveal their explosive performance.
Extraordinary dynamics and touch sensitivity are the hallmarks of this amplifier. Separate tremolo channel employs the same NOS 6SQ7 as the Electro King for authentic 1950’s wobble. Fully footswitchable and offered in a classic two-tone cabinet, the Cherry Bomb is the sonic explosion that you control!
Tubes: 1 x 5U4, 2 x 6L6, 1 x 12AX7, 1 x 6SQ7 (NOS), 2 x 5879 (NOS). $2,995.00 list             
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