It's retro, it's chic, it's all-tube and it's all VOX.
Way back in 1961, VOX rolled out the AC4 amplifier. Nearly 50 years later, VOX is pleased to announce the AC4TV”the all-tube practice amp with remarkable self control. This up-to-date Class A version retains the distinctive EL84 power tube of the original AC4 amp and features a 12AX7 powered pre-amp, all driving a custom-made Celestion 10" speaker. The sophisticated sound is unmistakably VOX, delivering that distinctively British top-end tone.
Simple and sexy, the AC4TV wears its pedigree proudly. The cabinetry features the same TV-front design first used on the classic 1958 AC15, and still in use on today's AC15H1TV Heritage Series. One of the challenges confronting an all-tube amp is retaining a full tone at lower volumes. To solve this issue, the AC4TV features a built-in power attenuator, with 4W, 1W, and 1/4W output levels”ensuring you never lose that classic tube tone, even at the lowest listening levels.
The AC4TV also adds a 16-ohm speaker output, allowing you to add an additional cabinet and state your sonic signature with authority.
AC4TV 4W 1x10 Tube Guitar Combo Amp
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Comments about Vox AC4TV 4W 1x10 Tube Guitar Combo Amp:
This Amp is perfect for what I need. I am primarily a Saxophonist but I also play rhythm guitar in many of the bands that I play in as well. That makes for a lot of equipment to bring to gigs between multiple saxes, mics, guitars, and amps. This simplified my life a lot. This Amp works great for a small room or a large venue (since its mic'd) I haven't played it in a medium venue unmic'd. The things I love about this amp are: 1. It gets incredible tone, both clean, and a cool vintage crunch 2. It is very easy to transport 3. The adjustable wattage allows you to play with full saturation while people are sleeping in a room next to you. 4. All of my guitars sound great through it, including my acoustics Why this Amp didn't get 5 stars 1. The amp sounds kind of muddy on lower wattage settings with some of my guitars. 2. It probably wont work for say a medium/large bar gig with no sound system of its own. 3. Not a ton of options in changing the sound without pedals. Overall its a great amp for practice or gigging. Don't be fooled by the low wattage it gets as loud as I have ever needed to turn up my 55w 2x12 amp. I'm very pleased and if you are looking for great portable tone you will be too.