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Lightning Boy launches a mega plate reverb

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Reverb de la marque Lightning Boy Audio

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Public price: $6,000 incl. VAT

If you love EMT-style plate reverbs, take a look at the new realization from Lightning Boy, but be careful, you’ll need a lot of space for it.

Called VOG, for Voices of the Gods, the reverb is a 8’ x 5’ giant weighing about 400 pounds and equipped with two pickups for a true analog stereo plate reverb. The beast ships with a dual rack for the two necessary handwired Class A tube amplifiers.

Inside VOG, you can adjust the panel in order to vary to reverb decay time from 2 to 5 seconds, manually or via an optional motorized system that is remotely controlled.

 

The VOG Driver Amplifier is a 15W mono amp with a passive two-band equalizer and a volume knob. It uses NOS EL84, 12AX7 and 6×4 tubes, oiled paper capacitors and audio transformers.

The second amplifier, VOG Output Amplifier, is a stereo push/pull model with separated volume controls. Its hosts pairs of NOS 6922 and NOS 6×4 vacuum tubes as well as audio transformers. You can connect it to the effect return of a mixing console or to the inputs of an A/D converter for digital mixing purposes.

The price of VOG is $6000, to which you can add $800 for the motorized control system of the panel, and $50 for a stainless steel panel, and don’t forget the shipping fees.

Full details are available at www.lightningboyaudio.com.

 

  • AsciiRory 2 posts
    AsciiRory
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    Posted on 01/07/2014 at 18:13:09
    I used an EMT back around 1979 in the recording school I attended. They admittedly sounded really good.
    This guy put his in his basement- since my studio is currently IN my basement, maybe I will have to make room for this in my bedroom.
    Honey? Honey? Put that knife down!
  • CaliMoose 121 posts
    CaliMoose
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    Posted on 01/17/2014 at 08:55:01
    Lol good point. And if you married right, then honey will indeed put that knife down and pick up an instrument instead :D:

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