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The Vox VFS5 foot controller lets you get the most out of your VT series amplifier! Using the VFS5 foot controller lets you take the stage with any Vox VT series amp and take control of your tone. Use this rugged 4-button footswitch to turn reverb and effects on and off, switch between presets, and even adust speed…
This 10-Watt, 1 x 6.5" combo’s eye-catching looks are also classic VOX and include basket-weave, leather-look vinyl, our distinctive diamond grille cloth and, of course, chicken head knobs! Small but all-important details such as gold beading and white piping have also been faithfully reproduced, perfectly recapturing the legendary look of VOX.
Pathfinder 10 Specification
Vox footswitch controller for the valvetronix range of amps. Allows you to change channel remotely or bypass the effects. Alternatively, you can use it to access manual mode and channel switch, therefore giving you access to three sounds via the footpedal. The VFS-2 makes an already versatile amp an even more impressive tool.
This up-to-date Class A version retains the distinctive EL84 power tube of the original and features a 12AX7 powered pre-amp, all driving a custom-made Celestion 10 inch speaker. The sophisticated sound is unmistakably VOX, delivering that distinctively British top-end tone.
Simple and sexy, the AC4TV wears its pedigree proudly. The cabinetry features the same “TV” front…
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About the VOX Wah-Wah
VOX developed the world’s first Wah-Wah effect during the '60s in an effort to allow guitarists to emulate the sound of a trumpet being muted — an important musical ingredient of the day. VOX’s original Wah-Wah pedal quickly gained widespread popularity and its unique sonic characteristics have encouraged further experimentation by guitarists ever since.…
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