Vox Introduces the Valvetronix

Vox has introduced the Valvetronix 100 Watt AD100VT ($799) combo modeling amp, which includes Vox's patented Valve Reactor circuitry. Besides having a silver metal front grill and chicken-head knobs,
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Vox has introduced the Valvetronix 100 Watt AD100VT ($799) combo modeling amp, which includes Vox's patented Valve Reactor circuitry. Besides having a silver metal front grill and chicken-head knobs, the AD100VT goes up to eleven by offering 11 amp models, 11 preset programs, and 11 effects (plus noise reduction), with a Tap button for setting delay time or modulation speed. The amp also includes two user editable channels/programs for saving amp and effect combinations. The FX bypass button lets you toggle the effects on and off, in any mode

The amp also offers user selectable output power (from 1W to 100W), a built-in line out/headphone jack for direct recording or practice, an effects loop, an external speaker output, and two 12-inch Vox speakers.

The optional VFS2 dual footswitch is also available. The first footswitch toggles between user programs and the second switch can be used to bypass effects or activate Manual mode for hands-free switching between three sounds (two user and one manual setting).

For more information, visit Valvetronix.com.