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VOX Amplification introduced the new Pathfinder 10 guitar combo amp. It delivers VOX’s clean and overdrive sounds in an affordable, ultra-compact package...

July 21, 2001

VOX Amplification introduced the new Pathfinder 10 guitar combo amp. It delivers VOX’s clean and overdrive sounds in an affordable, ultra-compact package.

Surprisingly loud for its size, the Pathfinder 10 provides a solid 10 Watts of power through a custom-designed 6 1/2" VOX speaker. Equipped with Gain, Treble, Bass and Volume controls, plus a Clean/Overdrive switch, the Pathfinder 10 can conjure classic VOX tones along with aggressive modern timbres. It also includes a Headphone/Line output that mutes the internal speaker when in use.

The Pathfinder 10’s classic design features the signature VOX diamond grill cloth, gold beading, white piping, basket-weave vinyl and distinctive "chicken-head" style knobs.

The Pathfinder 10 will be available Fall 2001, with a list price of $99.00.

For more information, visit their web site at www.voxamps.co.uk

By our press release coordinator Tuesday March 28, 2006