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Behringer Vintager Ac112 Tube Amp

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BEHRINGER VINTAGER AC112 More and more guitarists are choosing tube amps as a solid foundation f...

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BEHRINGER VINTAGER AC112 More and more guitarists are choosing tube amps as a solid foundation for their own distinctive sounds. A phenomenon that is much more than simply a nostalgic movement to the warm, full and powerful guitar sounds of past decades. With the Vintager, Behringer have created a tube-based combo that gives you the best of both worlds: rock-solid tube character supported by their patent-pending Ultratube circuitry combined with the tone-shaping flexibility of solid-state technology and digital effects. The AC112 is based on a 60 watt RMS tube amp driving an Original Jensen 70-Watt 12" speaker truly reminiscent of California`s best guitarists and guitar music. Each of its two channels features independent volume, 3-band EQ and effects settings; 12AX7 valve, the second channel additionally sports an overdrive button and a gain control, giving you controlled feedback that responds extremely well even at moderate levels. The master section features presence and master volume controls and gives you access to the built-in 24-bit stereo multi-effects unit. Based on their award-winning Virtualizer Pro and Modulizer Pro algorithms, it puts 99 powerful effects presets at your fingertips, editable via 3 parameters per preset. Add comprehensive I/O options and a MIDI interface, and you have a true state-of-the-art classic. Ins and outs include an Insert point, stereo aux in and line out plus headphone out. Channel select/FX bypass footswitch included.
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  • Verified Customer
    on 04 May 2015
    Great clen channel, overdrive channel could be better. Effects are varied but not useable on stage too fiddly

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