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Vox release a limited edition AC15C1 in 'Vintage Red'
The classic Vox AC15C1 combo amp is now available in a limited edition Vintage Red.
In the past, Vox amplifiers have appeared in numerous custom-colour and limited-colours, but the Vintage Red sees the return of a true classic.
Resurrecting a custom colour that first appeared in 1963, the Vintage Red AC15C1 radiates vintage character.
Providing an excellent match for the AC15C1 - Vox's reigning standard of mid-sized tube amps - the Vintage Red finish projects a powerful presence on stage and in the studio.
The Vox AC15 Custom Series amps offer two channels: Normal and Top-Boost. Each channel is equipped with its own Volume control.
This powerful channel pairing provides an abundance of tone-crafting control, letting you dial in a classic sound that is all your own.
The AC15C1-RD will be available November 2010 and is currently priced at £469.00 inc. VAT.Posted on 3 Nov 2010 17:43 to category : Instruments News
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