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July 23, 1999
VOX Amplification continues to expand their amplification line with the introduction of two new models, the 1 x 10" Cambridge 30 Reverb and the 2 x 10" Cambridge 30 Reverb Twin. Both of these two-channel amplifiers feature 12AX7 valves in their preamp sections and Celestion Bulldog speakers.
The 30 Watt Cambridge 30 Reverb and Cambridge 30 Reverb Twin are equipped with individual Volume, Treble and Bass controls in their first channels, plus individual Gain, Volume, Treble, Bass, Tremolo Speed, Tremolo Depth and Reverb controls in their second channels. In addition, their second channels also feature both Gain Boost and Mid Range Boost Switches. Line, headphone and extension speaker outputs are standard equipment for both amplifiers as is an output for an optional dual-footswitch to provide control over channel switching and tremolo.
Like all VOX amplifiers, these two new combo amps are covered in traditional VOX basket-weave vinyl and diamond grill cloth, and use the classic pointer-style knobs synonymous with VOX amplifiers since the British invasion of the '60s.
Senior Vice President, Mitch Colby, commented, "The new VOX Cambridge 30 Reverb and Cambridge 30 Reverb Twin amps are designed and built with the same care and attention to sound, tone and style as all VOX amps since 1957. We believe they will have great appeal to players looking for classic VOX tone and style in a modern amplification package."
The new VOX Cambridge 30 Reverb and Cambridge 30 Reverb Twin amplifiers are available in late Summer, 1999, with pricing to be announced shortly.