Vox is undoubtedly one of the heavyweights in the arena of guitar amplification. Now they’re adding a line of new classics to their stable including the MVX150 and two new flavours of MV50 micro heads.
Vox have been leading the way in amplification for more than half a century. Far from resting on their previous success, they’ve unleashed a swathe of Nutube powered amps.
The MVX 150 (which is available as a head and cab or combo) is equipped with a Nutube in the preamp and power amp stage, with two channels that go from clean to hi-gain. Sonic variety is ample with the use of EQ, digital reverb and a wet only output for a potential wet/dry rig.
Vox’s micro head range has also expanded with the arrival of the MV50 High Gain and Boutique.
The High Gain comes with a Mid Control Switch that boosts or cuts mid-range frequencies, offering the player a chance to beef up lead tones. A sleek and ever-so-simple interface – only one knob each for gain, tone and volume – means its easy and fast to dial in an aggressive bite.
The Boutique is a more refined affair, ideally tailored to a player who is chasing a warm, clean to overdriven vintage vibe. It shares the High Gain’s three knob control set and both heads weigh a ridiculously light 540 grams.
Visit Vox for more details on the new their new releases.
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