VOX Presents: The New Gold Standard

September 27, 2007


Reign with the gain and enter to win gear from VOX, the purveyor of British tone. One lucky winner will walk away with a VOX Classic Plus 50-Watt amp—a channel-switching head that delivers both classic VOX tone and meaty, modern sounds, plus detailed tone shaping features via convenient, front-mounted controls. Channel 1 offers the distinct sounds of the venerable AC30 amp and beyond. Channel 2 offers a lead channel boasting VOX’s highest gain, all-tube amp to date, for gravity-enhanced girth. It’s paired up with a matching 4x12” cabinet with VOX custom speakers for an unbeatable tone machine. Plus, you can connect with confidence with VOX's “Class A” cables so you can connect with confidence. Specially designed to give you absolutely no loss of signal, these cables will make sure your performance with VOX totally rocks.

AC50CPH Classic Plus Amp Head

  • 50-watt channel switching head EL34-powered tube complement Channel 1: passive EQ of classic VOX Top Boost amps; Tone Cut control musically rolls off high end frequencies as volume is increased. Channel 2: specially-voiced EQ tailored to deliver tones from classic rock and blues to high gain classic metal; Bright Switch; Fat Switch; independent Presence Control Balanced XLR and unbalanced ¼” outputs
  • Spring Reverb Series FX Loop with level control
    Value: $1450

V412BN Speaker Cabinet

  • 4 x 12” extension cab VOX custom GSH12-30 speakers
  • Complementary cosmetics that match the AC50CPH head
    Value: $700

Class A 19-Foot & 13-Foot Guitar Cables
Designed to give you maximum signal transfer with the lowest possible signal loss and distortion. Audiophile grade materials such as high grade, oxygen-free copper cable conductors help to ensure noise-free transmission, which should be music to your ears.
Value: $53.99 & $43.99


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