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July 20, 2001
VOX presents the powerful and expressive T-60, the newest member in its line of T-Series bass combos. The T-60 provides 60 Watts of the classic VOX tone that was the foundation of the legendary "British Invasion", along with a wide array of articulate modern bass sounds. Rugged and compact, the T-60 is equipped with a specially designed 12" VOX bass speaker and tweeter horn for added range.
An on board tone-shaping section includes a 4-band equalizer and a special Bassilator switch that maximizes the bass frequencies to provide added depth, harmonic undertones and resonance to the overall sound. Additional hands-on controls include Volume, Treble, High Mid, Low Mid and Bass.
The T-60’s portable cabinet features the handsome, classic VOX look with diamond grill cloth, basket-weave vinyl, gold beading, white piping and vintage "pointer" style knobs. Additional features include: Active and passive inputs, a Series FX loop, headphone jack that mutes the internal speaker for private practice, and external speaker output.
The T-60 will be available fall 2001 with a list price of $450.
For more information, visit their web site at www.voxamps.co.uk.