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Vox UL 760

Hybrid Guitar Amp Head from Vox .

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Vox UL 760Published on 01/13/05 at 09:02
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Hybrid amps ...
Transistor preamp and power tube.

UTILIZATION

Simple configuration ... same time when it sounds ba 1000 need adjustment.

SOUNDS

This is playing with only scratches.
It has two channels, one with tremolo and reverb with the 2nd.
Personally, I use the 2nd no reverb or anything, except the volume to 10 of 10 which gives me the DISTO SON LAMPS par excellence, totally British ... I do not feel any trace of the transistor in it ... scratch the 2nd group plays with Hiwatt 50 ... and it is in the same spirit.
Okay so hard!

OVERALL OPINION

The head is great aesthetics, the front panel is lit by four light bulbs embedded in the head.
Of course it's heavy, and......
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Hybrid amps ...
Transistor preamp and power tube.

UTILIZATION

Simple configuration ... same time when it sounds ba 1000 need adjustment.

SOUNDS

This is playing with only scratches.
It has two channels, one with tremolo and reverb with the 2nd.
Personally, I use the 2nd no reverb or anything, except the volume to 10 of 10 which gives me the DISTO SON LAMPS par excellence, totally British ... I do not feel any trace of the transistor in it ... scratch the 2nd group plays with Hiwatt 50 ... and it is in the same spirit.
Okay so hard!

OVERALL OPINION

The head is great aesthetics, the front panel is lit by four light bulbs embedded in the head.
Of course it's heavy, and home runs with ca 88 KT (it's expensive) ...
It's come out very very very strong and it is already hard because we only use 70 heads ='s Hiwatt, Orange and Vox therefore not used with any speaker .. I can not use my example baffle Mesa 4 * 12 --- too much! So I play on a Vox cabinet 2 * 12 + tweeter period and rolling!

It is of course well because the flyer is one of the heads of the most expensive amp in the world: ca 5000 euro can climb up the head ... But you see how fucking foot !!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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  • Manufacturer: Vox
  • Model: UL 760
  • Category: Hybrid Guitar Amp Heads
  • Added in our database on: 01/13/2005

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Other names: ul 760, ul760

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