Two Heads Are Better Than One

Behringer Ships New Guitar Amp Heads      30/09/04
Two Heads Are Better Than One
GMX1200 Now In A Store Near You

BEHRINGER has added a brand-new guitar amplifier head, the V-TONE GMX1200H to its range of V-TONE guitar amplifiers. The V-TONE GMX1200H is a true-analog modeling, 2 x 60-Watt stereo guitar amplifier head with two fully independent modeling channels - each featuring 27 authentic V-TONE sound models, an FX processor, a tuner and MIDI control. Behringer say that owing to its patented DYNAMIZER circuitry the amp promises to capture every playing nuance with tube-like warmth and responsiveness, offering a large range of sounds - from clean through crunch to super-fat distortion. Main Features
  • 24-bit stereo multi-effects processor with 99 user presets
  • adjustable aux-in and dedicated tape inputs for playback or other line-level signals (e.g., CD player, drum computer)
  • two loudspeaker outputs for stereo operation with 2 x 8-Ohm impedance
  • dual FS112 footswitch for channel selection, effect bypass and tuner activation

    Like A Bat Out Of Hell...The V-Ampire
    Also released is the V-AMPIRE LX1200H, Behringer's first modeling-guitar amplifier head. According to the Behringer press release, the V-AMPIRE LX1200H "combines the power of BEHRINGER’s amplifier modeling technology with the intuitive operation and tube-like sound of a classic guitar amplifier, offering a wide range of sound-shaping options". A matching brand-new BEHRINGER BG412V guitar cabinet will also be released soon. Main Features
  • 2 x 60-Watt stereo or 120-Watt mono operation;
  • 32 modeling amplifiers and 15-speaker cabinet simulations
  • 16 24-bit effects modeled on classic archetypes - including analog delay, reverb, phaser and rotary-speaker sounds More info:
  • www.behringer.com

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