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VHT Valvulator Rackmount Guitar Preamp
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The VHT Valvulator Rackmount Guitar Preamp features independent tone controls for each channel, low-level aux loop/tuner out, "gain stacking" functio...Click To Read More About This Product
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A three-channel tube preamp based on the original VHT Pittbull Hundred and Ultra Lead heads!
The VHT Valvulator Rackmount Guitar Preamp features independent tone controls for each channel, low-level aux loop/tuner out, "gain stacking" function which maximizes tonal flexibility, ultralow noise gain stages, a real "cranked amp" feel, a six-band graphic, direct recording outputs, 5 - 12AX7s plus one 12 AU7 preamp tubes, and a MIDI interface. 2 rack spaces.
- Three-channel tube preamp
- Independent tone controls for each channel
- Gain stacking function
- Ultralow noise gain stages
- Six-band graphic
- Direct recording outputs
- Five 12AX7s plus one 12AU7 preamp tubes
- MIDI interface
- Requires only two rack spaces
If you liked to play it cranked, here's the amp that lets you do it. Order today.
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This pre amp has so many ways to adjust the tones that you might get a little frustrated at first. The unit was definitely built for the Pro market, as only a hardcore player would understand or want to use all the tone changing features this pre amp has. I have owned one for about 6 months and everytime I decide I'm going to do a little tweaking, I am amazed at how deep the tone pallette is. I would say that at least 90% of the tones are usable for me. It really matters what quality of guitar and cables you use with this unit. Great sound all around.
Ease of use and incredible tone. Gain, gain, gain!!
I've played every amp over my 27 year career. Mesa, Marshall, PV 5150, Vetta, you name it. And this little monster stacks right up there with the best. The only drawback is there is no way to run a "normal" effects loop. But the tone is all pro.
I've had mine about a week, and the longer I play it the more I'm impressed with it's versatility. All 3 channels work seemlessly to produce a great musical experience. I've used it live, and when you open it up to play live, it's wonderful. Blues, jazz, rock, pop, it can handle it with ease.
I'm not saying it's the best, but it's a kickin 3-channel preamp at a decent price. Real tube sound.
Tried everything from Prophesy to Triaxis to CAE3 but this is the most simple/versatile/quality solution. Plus, soundwise, it's different from other preamps cause it sounds like a real head, or maybe more than one (check the dynamic control knob).