The British company Vox has released some new models in its Valvetronix (VT) series, these new models share classic tube configuration with modern digital features like amp modeling. The models introduced are VT15 (15-watts and 8″ speaker), VT30 (30-watts and 10″ speaker), VT50 (50-watts and 12″ speaker) and VT100 (100-watts and 12″ speaker).
The main features of the new Vox Valvetronix Amps are 22 modeling amps (all of them are Vox models like AC15, Boutique CL or UK 90’s), 12 buit-in effects (including delay, tape echo, chorus, compressor, …), 66 factory (including some song tones) and 8 user presets, 12AX7 power-amp tube, 24-bit A/D/A conversion,44.1 kHz sampling frequency,
Other fetures of these amps are headphone output (for quiet practicing), external speaker output (only on VT50 and VT100 models), effect loop (on VT100) and the possibility to add a footswitch (VFS5). These amps will be available at the end of the year and their prices, we don’t have all of them yet, will be $280 for the VT15 and $375 for the VT30.