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Musikmesse 2015: Vox Custom Series AC10C1 Debuts
The original AC10 amp was around for a short time during the 1960s, and it's making a comeback for 2015.
The Vox AC10C1 tube amp tube amp gives you an easy way to enjoy the legendary Vox top boost sound. Tinker with the reverb and master volume knobs to find the sound that will get you heard.
More powerful than the AC4, and more portable than the AC15, the sound shaping flexibility and classic Vox tone of the AC10C1 can be taken anywhere.
By Alice Thomson
Posted on 9 Apr 2015 12:49 to category : Instruments News
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