VOX Valvetronix AD60VTH Head & AD212 speaker cabinet
Here we have an mazing duo in a mint condition The Valvetronix "Blue" Series - The AD60VTH has a single 60 watt RMS amplifier. It has classic Vox tone, and a pre-amp section utilizing Korg's electronic circuit modeling. It also includes the combo version's Valve Reactor power amp section that re-creates classic tube power amp response by changing parameters including A to A/B class operation. It will replicate the sound of 16 classic amps, and includes programmable effects (21 plus noise reduction in 32 programs). Built-in tuner.
The effects in the AD60VT aren't an afterthought. Each one is a carefully crafted model of one of a variety of sought after classic and popular effects. These 10 essential pedals include Compressor, Acoustic Simulation, Vox Wah, Auto Wah, U-Vibe, Octave Divider, Treble Boost, Valve Overdrive, Fat Overdrive, and Fuzz. As pedals, they appear before the preamp models so they can drive the preamp in the same way they would in a traditional setup.
The AD212 speaker cabinet was designed to match the Vox Valvetronix AD60VTH amp head. These AD212 cabinets were constructed of baltic birch plywood in the United States by a Vox sub contractor.
The AD212 cabinet offered four speaker input jacks, allowing stereo 8 ohm, mono 4 ohm, or mono 16 ohms connections.
The power handling capacity of the AD212 enclosure was 80 watts RMS per side in stereo or 160 watts in mono.
The sealed back enclosure had two front mounted Celestion Vox neodynium magnet "Neo Dog" 12" speakers.
The Celestion/Vox "Neo Dog" 12 inch speaker featured a neodymium magnet structure. The incredible magnetic properties of neodymium magnets mean that only a small amount of material is needed to produce the same flux as a much larger ceramic magnet structure. This offers a drastic savings in weight. The "Neo Dog" speaker weighs approximately one half of the weight of an average guitar speaker.
Dimensions: 27.4" x 14" x 19"
Weight: 43 lbs.