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March 31, 2004
Behringer adds a brand-new guitar amplifier head to its range of V-TONE combos. Enter the V-TONE GMX1200H, an analog modeling 2 x 60-Watt stereo guitar amplifier head with 2 fully independent modeling channels, each featuring 27 V-TONE sound models, FX processor, tuner and MIDI control. The GMX1200H comes equipped with Behringer's DYNAMIZER circuitry designed to capture playing nuances and introduce tube-like warmth and compression to the tone.
The 24-bit stereo multi-effects processor offers effects like chorus, flanging, phasing, rotary, auto-wah, echo, delay, compressor and various effect combinations with 99 user presets and MIDI control. It also has adjustable aux in and dedicated tape inputs for playback or other line-level signals (e.g. CD player, drum computer). The amp's 2 loudspeaker outputs facilitate stereo operation with 2 x 8-Ohm impedance. As with all V-TONE GMX models, the integrated auto-chromatic tuner is controllable via footswitch. Last but not least, a dual FS112 footswitch for channel selection, effect bypass and tuner activation is also included.
Price: TBA. It will be shipped in the third quarter 2004.
For more information, visit their web site at www.behringer.com