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New Ampeg SVX 2 For Amplitube
« on: September 06, 2017, 07:34:18 AM »
New Ampeg SVX 2

3 new amps and 3 new cabs - available now! 

Ampeg® SVX 2 for AmpliTube delivers heavyweight heritage and muscular bass tone with an all new collection including 2 amplifiers and 2 cabinets from the Ampeg Classic series: the SVT-VR and V-4B amplifiers along with the SVT-810AV and SVT-212AV cabinets. Also included from the Ampeg Heritage series is the highly sought-after B-15N amp and its matching cabinet, the B-15N 115.

Ampeg SVX 2 provides the genuine tone, dynamics and feel of these legendary Ampeg amps thanks to Dynamic Interaction Modelingâ„¢ that recreates every individual physical component in the amplifier and its interaction with other components in the circuit providing an unprecedented level of realism.

Ampeg SVX 2 is available now for $99.99 from the IK Online Store, AmpliTube Custom Shop and participating IK retailers. Currently registered Ampeg SVX users can upgrade to Ampeg SVX 2 for only $49.99. The Ampeg SVX 1 & 2 Bundle is also available for only $149.99. Individual amps are available for $34.99 each and cabs for $14.99 each via the AmpliTube Custom Shop.

The Ampeg SVT-VR is a vintage reissue of an early 1970's 'Blue-Line' SVT head. The preamp stage, power section, and even rocker switches emulate the exact signal path, tone, and vibe of the original rock 'n' roll workhorse. Authentic from its input jack all the way to its six 6550 output tubes, this is the exact recreation of the 70's best rock bass amp.

The Ampeg V-4B 100W All-Tube Bass Head is a remarkable reissue of the legendary 1971 original, delivering the pure tube vintage sound, attitude and unmistakable grind that earned this classic amp a place in bass history.

The Heritage B-15N features distinct switchable 1964 and 1966 channels with Ampeg™ flexible Baxandall type bass and treble EQ controls along with selectable cathode bias (1964) or fixed bias (1966) modes providing the ultimate control over response and tone. Built to exacting standards, the Heritage B-15N meticulously recreates the world's most recorded bass tone.

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