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News Vox NT50H Night Train 50

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

The Night Train 50 is an all-tube head offering two channels for traditional and high-gain sounds.

Also available is the V212NT cabinet.

 

Night Train 50 highlights:

  • All-tube, two channel head featuring Class AB amplifier construction
  • Design with eye-catching mirror finish
  • 12AX7 (x4) preamp tubes; EL34 (x2) power stage tubes
  • BRIGHT channel provides the traditional VOX chime; plus a THICK switch which bypasses the EQ for more gain
  • GIRTH channel delivers an energetic powerful high-gain tone
  • Master TIGHT switch cuts the low end to tighten the overall sound
  • FX loop with tone-saving true bypass
  • Optional VFS2A footswitch; Switch between channels or turn the BRIGHT channel’s THICK mode on and off

V212NT highlights

  • Celestion G12H Anniversary Model 12-inch speakers (x2)
  • Retro-style appearance matches the look and feel of the Night Train 50

 

Pricing & Availability

PRICE: £ TBC
AVAILABLE: May 2011

 

For more, visit Vox.

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