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VOX AC 50 Head

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VOX AC 50 Head

In 1963 Vox started to investigate the development of high powered amplifier circuits. JMI had no model in the 80 watt power range of the Fender Showman, an amp that was 50 watts more powerful than anything offered by Vox. In response, Vox started development of both a 50 and a 100 watt guitar amplifier.
Vox decided that the major selling feature of these new amps should be their abundance of power, not the inclusion of effects or multiple channels.The new amps would be simple, uncomplicated and loud. Leaving out the effects circuitry might actually lead to a cost savings in production over the more complicated AC-15 and AC-30 models.

Weight0.0 kg
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