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[NAMM] VOX Night Train 50 Head and V212NT Cab

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Tube Guitar Amp Head from Vox belonging to the Night Train series

VOX Amplification (Summer NAMM booth 800) is now shipping its new Night Train 50 Tube Amplifier and V212NT Speaker Cabinet.

The all-tube Night Train 50 offers two channels for a diverse range of sounds. The V212NT extension cabinet is a complement to the Night Train 50.


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The Night Train 50 features an EL34 based, Class AB amplifier design delivering 50 watts of power through two channels. The preamp stage is equipped with four 12AX7 vacuum tubes. The BRIGHT channel borrows its design from the Night Train NT15H, while the GIRTH channel utilizes an extra preamp tube for added crunch. Each channel offers Bass, Middle, Treble and Gain controls. The BRIGHT channel provides a foot-switchable THICK mode that bypasses the EQ to boost the gain. The Master section includes the traditional Master Volume and the VOX Tone Cut control, plus a new TIGHT switch, for use with either channel. The TIGHT mode attenuates the low frequency range, adding more focus to the low end, providing even more sonic possibilities, according to the company.
An optional VOX VFS2A footswitch is available, allowing users to switch between channels. It can also be used to turn the BRIGHT channel’s THICK mode on and off during performance, offering three distinct voices. The Night Train 50 provides a (-10 dB) FX loop that can be bypassed. 
The V212NT birch and ply speaker cabinet is specifically designed to match the Night Train 50 head. It features two Celestion 12" G12s.
Pricing and Availability
VOX’s Night Train 50 Tube Amplifier and V212NT Speaker Cabinet is now available with pricing as follows:
  • NT50H Night Train 50 Tube Amplifier – $1000
  • V212NT Speaker Cabinet – $700

For more information: Vox
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