Lil' Night Train Amp Head & V110NT Speaker Cabinet The VOX Night Train first caught musicians’ eyes – and ears – with its ultra-cool mirror finish and serious all-tube sound. Now welcome the Lil’ Night Train; at under 3 kilograms, it carries this same minimalist flair and portability to an all new level! The Lil’ Night Train Set comes complete with the V110NT cabinet, offering a 10-inch Celestion VX speaker and a perfect cosmetic match for your Lil’ Night Train head. Don't miss the Lil' Night Train! Guitar & Bass Amplifiers Plug into the past—and the possibilities You know “The Fender Sound” when you hear a guitar played through a Fender amplifier. The clear, crystalline chime of a Twin Reverb, the overdriven saturation of a vintage Deluxe—each is an illustrious benchmark to which all other amplifiers are compared. Impressive in functionality, remarkable in flexibility, the Fender amplifier shines as a standalone tone machine or the corollary of your personal effects chain. Revered by Fender and non-Fender players, our amps are the ultimate medium of musical innovation—a blank canvas to color your tone in ways that only you can.
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Marshall Amplification History Wikipedia Marshall's guitar amplifiers are among the most recognised brands in amplification. They are known for their own specific sound (the Marshall "crunch"). This signature sound was due to a long period of time of guitarists coming into Marshall's drum shop, and complaining about the amps currently on the market not having the right sound. After gaining a lot of publicity, they were sought out by guitarists for this new sound, as well as the increased volume of Marshall amps compared to the amps that were being sold then. Many of the current (and reissue) models of guitar amplifier continue to use vacuum tubes, as is common in this market sector.
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Power Trip: A Guide to Power Tubes and Their Signature Sounds Photo by Andy Ellis. Look at the back of any all-tube amp, and you’ll see warmly glowing glass bottles in a variety of shapes and sizes. Power tubes (aka output tubes) are typically the biggest ones of the bunch, and they provide the last stage of amplification for the guitar signal before it’s delivered to the speakers. The “power tube” name is a bit deceptive, however, because these big bottles don’t just power your speakers—they actually play a significant role in shaping your amp’s sound and responsiveness. Regardless of its manufacturer, each power-tube type—EL34, EL84, 6L6, 6V6, 5881, etc.
Know Your Amp: Different Kinds of Tubes Posted on by Orpheo A selection of vintage tubes If the transformers are the heart of your amp and the preamp is the brain, then the soul must be the tubes. But the thing is, there are so many tubes available, how can we discern the differences? This schematic representation shows the basic structure of a tube. So what is a tube?