Rivera Venus Recording guitar amp head
Rivera adds a new model to its Venus range of tube guitar amps with a version that allows for direct recording to a computer.
The new Rivera Venus Recording is a 25 W (switchable to 7 W), two channel amp head equipped with 6V6 power tubes, a Rockrec 11-band graphic EQ, two pre and post power amp, channel assignable effect loops, and two direct outputs (balanced and transformer isolated XLR and unbalanced 1/4”) so that you can record to a computer or a console.
The amp also features Bright (treble) and Notch (medium) switches, a voicing switch, a footswitchable boost, an aux input, a headphone output, two speaker outputs with impedance switch (4, 8 and 16 Ohms), a power switch (25 / 7 W), a Silent (internal) / External (speaker) load switch, a meter that is switchable to monitor the output in Watts or the record output in Decibels. Last, the footswitch is included.
The new Rivera Venus Recording guitar amp is available for $2,295. More info at www.rivera.com.
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