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Vox Custom Classic AC30CC1 30W 1x12 Tube Guitar Combo Amp
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The Vox AC30CC1 30W 1x12 Custom Classic Combo Amp is the most affordable AC30 yet. 2 blendable channels feature fully variable tremolo with footswitc...Click To Read More About This Product
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An icon of tube tone decked out with modern enhancements for fabulous flexibility.
The Vox AC30CC1 30W 1x12 Custom Classic Combo Amp is the most affordable AC30 yet. 2 blendable channels feature fully variable tremolo with footswitchability, a custom EQ switch on the Top Boost channel, and Brilliant switch on the normal channel. Spring reverb with dwell switch, footswitchability, and tone control; plus an effects loop with full bypass and level controls give you precision command over a broad range of sounds. Boutique features include switchable cathode bias for lower power and longer tube life plus switchable smoothing filter values for looser or tighter feel. Baltic birch cab, vintage-style transformers, tone cut control, and included dual footswitch.
- 30W all tube
- 12" NeoDog speaker
- Custom/normal EQ switch on Top Boost channel
- Normal channel with Brilliant switch
- Blendable Normal & Top Boost channels
- Spring reverb with Dwell switch and tone control
- Fully variable tremolo on all channels
- Post-phase-inverter master volume
- True bypass variable-level effects loop
- Switchable cathode bias
- Switchable smoothing filter values
- Dual footswitch for tremolo and reverb
- Baltic birch ply cabinet
- Vintage-style transformers
- Tone Cut control
The best classic AC30 designs plus a number of useful, very cool features for the most tonally flexible and affordable AC30 to date. Order now.
Custom Classic AC30CC1 30W 1x12 Tube Guitar Combo Amp
- 24"W x 21-1/4"H x 10-1/2"D
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I have two guitars, an American Telecaster Deluxe circa about 2000-02 and a 2004 Paul Reed Smith Classic 22. Both of these guitars are great, but I can only really find great sounds with the Tele through this amp. It depends on what type of guitar you are using. The telecaster sounds AMAZING through this amp, but it is harder to find a good sound with the PRS. It doesn't sound bad, just not as good. This is NOT an extremely versatile amp. It sounds great for soft and crunchy stuff, but not good for higain stuff. If you have two amps, run your cleans through this and dirty through something like a Marshall or Mesa. I love it with the Tele though, sounds sooo great.
I didn't know what to expect with a chinese-built amp, but I have been more than happy with the quality of this amp. It sounds fantastic and is very versatile for all types of playing---from clean and chimey to "edgy" to overdriven. The wide range of smoothing filters, power output choices and especially a master volume that seems to be in the right place in the circuit add up to lots of tonal variation. The effects loop doesn't sound good to me---there is a noticeable drop in upper midrange and presence when using, so I just use two effects peadals with hardwire bypass straight into the amp inputs. The reverb is fine, not as punchy as fender, but very usable and the tremolo sounds good and kind of understated. I play single coils, a 62 reissue strat and an esquire reissue and this is the first amp I have ever had to turn down the treble and crank the bass on! (I like treble!) With the blendable channels, this amp can get much thicker than the AC 30 combos I have heard without ear-shattering volume. The NeoDog speaker sounds great to my ears. I changed my preamp tubes to Mullard reissues, and I think it did improve the sound, but pulling this chassis apart to install them is not for the faint of heart. Overall, this is a great amp and a real value and I have had absolutely no trouble with it.