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Welcome to Vettaville's Special 2003 Summer NAMM webpage.

Featuring information on the new Line 6 Vetta II Amp/Software Update

 

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News For All Current Vetta Owners

Greetings my fellow Vettanarians (and those soon to be),

Well, it's that time again...the 2003 Summer NAMM Show in Nashville, TN. And once again, Line 6 has raised the bar of their "flagship" amp with the debut of the new Vetta II Amp and Software Update for all current Vetta owners. The Vetta II Software Update will bring all existing Vetta's up to the same software features as the Vetta II Amp. And with a simple hardware install of the new Vetta Digital Interface, your original Vetta can have the same Variax/Digital I/O hardware featured on the new Vetta II. You'll also notice that Line 6 has done a cosmetic upgrade with the Vetta II as well. So if you decide you like the new look of the Vetta II, then Line 6 is also prepared to update your current amp to a cool shade of black. 

IMHO - I'm really excited about this software update because there are some fantastic features and amp/fx models that have been introduced. The future of tone is ours!!!

Line 6 Vetta II

The Vetta II info being provided here on Vettaville is based on what is currently in beta test. Since the testing is not complete, there may be other changes that might occur before the final version of software is released.

The Basics

The Vetta II is essentially the same Vetta amp we have come to know and love, but with a complete package update. The new amp now contains over 70 amp models, with more than two dozen of these being exclusive Line 6 models (yes, those newer amp models found in the HD147 made their way into the V2). A handful of newly created effects have been added of various types and in various categories. There are two new Distortion Stomp Boxes, five new Modulation effects that can be used as Stomp Boxes or Post Effects, two Tremolos that can now be used as Stomp Boxes, six new Modulation Post Effects including stereo modulations, a stereo post Delay, and 12 new Synth/Filter Stomp Boxes that emulate many classic monophonic synthesizers and filter sweep effects. The addition of these several new fx models brings the complete tone arsenal to over 100 models of speaker cabinets, stompbox effects, studio effects, and microphones. And with the addition of a digital I/O, and direct connection with the Variax digital modeling guitar, the Vetta II is the world’s most advanced guitar amplifier.

Vetta II Differences From the Original Vetta:

                                        1- New software provides more amp models, effects, and features.
                                        2- Vetta Digital Interface card provides digital I/O plus a Variax input.
                                        3- Newly stylized box, panel, and knobs.

Upgrading Your Vetta with Vetta II’s Features

All of Vetta II’s software features can be downloaded into an original Vetta, which gives it access to Vetta II’s new sounds and features. This download will be available for free from Line 6 to all Vetta owners. All that’s required is a computer with an Internet connection and a MIDI interface. In addition, every Vetta ever built includes an expansion slot that can accommodate the Vetta Digital Interface if it is desired to add digital audio inputs and outputs for recording as well as a Variax input. With the software upgrade and the addition of the Vetta Digital Interface, any original Vetta can be brought up to complete Vetta II specifications. (if you just desire to update the software alone, nothing else is required).

The Vetta Digital Interface

(VDI web page)

Digital Recording

Vetta II has extensive digital audio input and output capabilities. Vetta can be recorded digitally via AES/EBU or S/PDIF interfaces at up to 24-bit/96KHz resolution. Vetta II’s digital inputs can be used to send any digital audio signal through its vast collection of amplifiers, cabinets, and effects.

Re-Amping

Another powerful use of the digital connections is for re-amping. This technique allows you to change any of your amplifier or effects settings after you have recorded them. Vetta II can route your dry, direct guitar signal out the digital outputs while simultaneously sending it through all of its amp and effects models. The direct outputs can be recorded to your computer/DAW/tape recorder at the same time as the direct digital dry signal. When your finished recording, send the dry track back to Vetta II’s digital inputs. Now, if you’re not satisfied with the tone that you recorded, you can change it in Vetta II and send the signal back out its digital outputs to your recorder, without ever leaving the digital domain.

Variax with Vetta II

Each Vetta II includes a rugged, locking RJ-45 Variax cable that is used to connect your Variax to Vetta II. This single cable provides everything needed for complete synergy between Variax and Vetta II, eliminating the need for batteries or the XPS power supply for your Variax. The cable provides power to the Variax, digital audio from Variax to Vetta II, and bi-directional communication for control of the Variax. 

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Each Vetta II channel memory can remember which of Variax’s guitar models and pickup selection to use, as well as the setting of its tone control. Additionally, each Vetta channel can be programmed to send signal to the speakers, to the direct XLR and ¼” outputs, or both. This means that you can instantly switch from a single-coil solid body guitar through a tweed amp, to a mic’ed acoustic 12-string coming through just the P.A. system.

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Since the Variax converts each of its six strings to digital signals through 24-bit A/D convertors, by using a direct digital connection to the Vetta, the Variax's digital models remain in the digital domain for the highest possible signal quality

About The Power Amp

With regard to the power amp, the power amps on the Vetta II Combo vs. the original Vetta Combo are the same. And the design of the power amps in the Combo are in fact the same as the HD's, but with lower total power (150W stereo vs. 300W stereo). And it might interest you to know that the power amp design of the Vetta II HD is the same as the original Vetta HD (which is also the same as the HD 147)...bottom line, Line 6 spent a lot of time developing this technology to have plenty of power, great transient ("blink-factor") response, and consistency.

Power Amp Ratings

Initially, the power amps were rated very conservatively (maybe too conservatively). But Line 6 is now quoting the actual measured RMS power, which in the case of the HD 147, the Vetta II HD, and the original Vetta HD is 300 watts stereo into any selected load. In short, these amps pack a lot of power. 

Power Amp Sonic Differences

There are no sonic differences whatsoever in the power amp section of the original Vetta vs. the new Vetta II vs. the new HD 147. However, there are some subtle sonic differences with the HD 147 in which Line 6 did some tonal tuning that they felt was a musically useful complement to the specific models that are in the HD 147 since the user does not have any post-eq control over the amp itself. Therefore, if a Vetta II and the HD 147 are set up with the exact same model, and the exact same settings for all the knobs (and are matched in level to .1 dB with a meter so that you don't get "fooled" by volume differences masquerading as tonal differences), the tones on the Vetta II can be matched to the HD 147 by simply using two bands of the Post-EQ. If you own a Vetta II, use the Post-EQ creatively to adjust any model to your own personal taste.

Foot Controllers

A wide range of foot controllers are available for Vetta II. The FBV4 provides a cost-effective way of selecting up to four channel memories. FBV Shortboard allows access to all 128 channel memories of Vetta II, has dedicated effects on/off and Tap Tempo switches, a large channel name display, and a wah/volume pedal. The FBV gives you all this, plus more effects on/off switches and a second pedal for independent wah and volume.

 

 

FBV4

FBV - Shortboard

FBV

 

Amp Model Differences

Yes...there are some differences between the old and new versions of the Vetta's 49 original Amp Models. However, many of the changes are subtle. The differences break into three categories:

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                        1 - Tonal improvements due to more refined modeling since Vetta was released, 

                        2 - Drive knob scaling, to reduce volume changes over the drive range, and/or 

                        3 - Channel Volume scaling, to provide a more consistent output level from amp to amp.  

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The end result is an even more refined tone than before. Additionally, some of the cabinet model refinements that have been made for Flextone III and HD 147 have been also made to Vetta’s cabinet models.

Your Vetta Patches Under Vetta II

Sonically, your settings should be the same, although some level adjustment should be expected due to the changes in how the Drive and Channel Volume now work.  Typically, the only manual change you should require would be to turn up or down the Channel Volume of your amp model.  No change should be required to the Drive level, since the amount of drive is unchanged; only the relative output level for a given Drive setting has changed (which is controlled by the Channel Volume).

The Direct Outputs

Yes...there are differences in the Direct Outputs. The Vetta II takes advantage of the improvements to the A.I.R. II mic and cab modeling that Line 6 have since used in the PODxt, Flextone III and HD 147 amps.  The Direct Output sound is now more realistic than ever.

Post Effects Routing

Vetta II now allows for the five stereo Post Effects (pitch, loop, mod, delay, verb) to be connected together in any order, and each can be selected to operate in series or in parallel, or chained to create combination effects.  This routing is changeable in the same simple manner that the Stomp Box effects can be routed.

Power Differences 

There are NO power differences!!! The Vetta and Vetta II Combo are each 150 watts (75 watts per channel), and the Vetta and Vetta II HD are each 300 watts (150 watts per channel).  These power amps are designed to have tube amplifier response, with plenty of headroom for that transient “blink” factor.  The wattage of original Vetta models were rated very conservatively, resulting in smaller wattage numbers being reported.

MIDI Sysex Editing 

While there is not currently a Tone Transfer software editor available for the Vetta family, Line 6 hopes to make one available before the end of 2003.

As an interesting side note: It appears that software improvements are being added to the Vetta II for parameter editing via MIDI Sysex commands. I tried a simple experiment, I decided to hook up my Vetta to the PC's MIDI Interface, then started the SoundDiver Editor for the POD 2.0...and sure enough, I could actually change the Vetta's Amp Model, Drive, Bass, Mid, Treble, Presence, and Volume parameters for AMP1 within SoundDiver. So it looks like we may eventually get the the software editor that we've all desired.

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 Vetta II Software Update Faves

I'm really excited about some of these following new features:

Volume Pedal - three different styles of volume pedal curves to choose from, Linear, Log, and Double Log. This setting can be saved differently for each patch channel.
L6 Boost + EQ - This is a dedicated stompbox (under the distortion category) which offers both GAIN and equalization parameters of BASS, MID GAIN, MID FREQ, and TREBLE. Now Vetta users can have a lead-boost at the stomp of a switch.
Power Mode - a selectable HALF or FULL power option is now available. FULL power operates as we are already used to, but select HALF power (which obviously cuts the power and volume in half) and now the full movement of the Master Volume can be utilized without major jumps in volume...and yes, the amp still gets plenty loud when set to HALF!!!

Tuner - the tuner showing on the LCD is now very smooth in movement and tracking.

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Marshall JCM-900 Clean/Fender '67 Dual Showman Head - I've finally found "the" amp models and tone I've been searching for with these two new additions.
Stereo Chorus - this chorus is one that I really like, why? Because it sounds nice, full, and wide...especially when using the Vetta Extension Cab.
Mod Switch - the MODULATION switch on the FBV now controls the On/Off condition of either the POST PITCH or MOD effect. This setting is selectable under the FOOT CONTROL menu. (the fbv pitch shift/tremolo switch now only controls the tremolo)
Output Setup - on the Output Setup menu page, the OUTPUT parameter now offers the user a choice of which outputs will be active for each preset on the Vetta. There are three output choices: Direct, Speaker or Normal. A setting of "Direct" means that only the Direct outputs will be active. A setting of "Speaker" means (obviously) that only the Speaker outputs are used. And a setting of "Normal" means that both the Direct and Speaker outputs will be used. These output options are ideal for those Variax users (and others using a piezo pickup) for playing acoustic guitar models/sounds which need to have their signal routed out to the P.A. system.
Digital Effects Loop - the Vetta II (and those who install the Vetta Digital Interface) allows for the effects loop to be assigned to either the S/PDIF or AES/EBU digital I/O for use with external fx processors which use the same digital connections.
 

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Vetta II Complete Amp Model Listing

Click HERE for a descriptive list of the new amp models.

In addition to the Vetta's original 49 amp models, Line 6 has added 24 new models plus a "Bypass" amp model as well, for a grand total of 74. (you'll find these same amp models in their new HD147 Amp as well). Of the new models, 12 are completely new Line 6 Originals, and the remaining 12 are modeled from various classic and modern amps. 

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Please take note that there have been name changes to most of the emulated amp models, while the Line 6 Original amp models still carry the same names.

#

Display Name

Based on

#

Display Name

Based On

1

Bypass (no amp)

No Amp Model

38

'53 Fn Tweed Small Tweed

Fender ‘53 Tweed Deluxe

2

Line 6 Tube Preamp

Line 6 Original

39

'58 Fn Tweed B-Man

Fender '58 Bassman

3

Line 6 Variax Acous

Line 6 Original

40

'61 Fn Tweed Tiny Tweed

Fender '61 Tweed Champ

4

Line 6 Piezacustic1

Line 6 Original

41

63 Fn Black Vib Verb

Fender '63 Vibroverb

5

Line 6 Piezacustic2

Line 6 Original

42

'64 Fn Black Lux

Fender '64 Deluxe

6

Line 6 Clean

Line 6 Original

43

'65 Fn Black Double

Fender '65 Twin Reverb

7

Line 6 Super Clean

Line 6 Original

44

'67 Fn Black Dual Show

Fender '67 Dual Showman Head

8

Line 6 Sparkle

Line 6 Original

45

'72 Fn Silver Bass Head

Fender '72 Bassman Head

9

Line 6 Super Sparkl

Line 6 Original

46

'96 Fn Mini Double

Fender '96 Mini Twin

10

Line 6 Sparkle Clean

Line 6 Original

47

60 Gibtone Explorer

Gibson '60 GA-18 Explorer

11

Line 6 Twang

Line 6 Original

48

'60 G-Brand Two-Tone

Gretsch '60 6156

12

Line 6 Bayou

Line 6 Original

49

'73 Hiway 100 Custom

Hiwatt '73 Custom 100

13

Line 6 Class A

Line 6 Original

50

'65 Brit Plexi J-45

Marshall '65 JTM-45

14

Line 6 JTS-45

Line 6 Original

51

'68 Brit Plexi Lead 100

Marshall '68 Super Lead

15

Line 6 Mood

Line 6 Original

52

'68 Brit Plexi Bass 100

Marshall '68 Super Bass

16

Line 6 Purge

Line 6 Original

53

'68 Brit Plexi Jump Lead

Marshall '68 S Ld (jumpered)

17

Line 6 Crunch

Line 6 Original

54

'68 Brit Plexi Variac

Marshall '68 Variac Plexi

18

Line 6 Throttle

Line 6 Original

55 '69 Brit Plexi Lead 200 Marshall '69 Major

19

Line 6 Chemical X

Line 6 Original

56 '87 Brit Gain J-800 Marshall '87 JCM 800

20

Line 6 Smash

Line 6 Original

57 '87 Brit Gain Silver J Marshall '87 Silver Jubilee

21

Line 6 Spinal Puppet

Line 6 Original

58 '68 Brit Gain JM Pre Marshall '96 JMP-1

22

Line 6 Fuzz

Line 6 Original

59

'92 Brit Gain J-900 Clean

Marshall '92 JCM-900-Clean 

23

Line 6 Chnk Chnk

Line 6 Original

60 '92 Brit Gain J-900 Dist Marshall '92 JCM-900-Dist

24

Line 6 Big Bottom

Line 6 Original

61

03 Brit Gain J-2000

Marshall '03 JCM 2000

25

Line 6 Treadplate

Line 6 Original

62

'96 Match Chief

Matchless '96 Chieftain

26

Line 6 Lunatic

Line 6 Original

63

'93 Match D-30

Matchless '93 DC-30

27

Line 6 Agro

Line 6 Original

64

'85 California Crunch

Mesa Boogie '85 Mark IIC+

28

Line 6 Insane

Line 6 Original

65

'01 California Treadplate

Mesa Boogie '01 Dual Rectifier

29

Line 6 Octone

Line 6 Original

66

'01 CaliforniaDiamondPlate

Mesa Boogie '01 Triple Rectifier

30

'02 Bomber X-TC

Bogner '02 Ecstasy

67

'02 Missippi Criminal

Peavey '02 5150 II

31

'02 Bomber Uber

Bogner '02 Uberschall

68

'87 Jazz Clean 120

Roland '87 Jazz Chorus

32

'01 Zen Master

Budda ‘01 Twinmaster

69

'67 Wishbook Silver 12

Silvertone '67 Twin Twelve

33

'03 Connor 50

Conford '03 mk50h

70

'93 Hi Gain Solo 100

Soldano '93 SLO

34

'03 Deity Crunch

Diezel '03 VH4-Crunch

71

'63 Super O Pawnshop

Supro '60s S6616

35

'03 Deity Lead

Deizel '03 VH-4-Lead

72

'62 Super O Thunder

Supro '62 Thunderbolt

36

'03 Deity's Son

Diezel '03 Herbert

73

'61 Class A C-15

Vox '61 AC-15

37

'02 ANGEL P-Ball

ENGL '02 Powerball

74

'67 Class A C-30 TB

Vox '67 AC-30 Top Boost

Vetta II Effects Model Listing

Click HERE for a descriptive list of the new effects models.

#

Display Name

Based On

#

Display Name

Based On

Distortion Stomp Boxes

Pitch Shift Modulation Post Effects

1

Facial Fuzz

Arbiter Fuzz Face

 

N/A

Dual Voice Pitch Shifter

2

Tube Drive

Chandler Tube Driver

1

Jet Flanger

A/DA Flanger

3

Fuzz Pi

Electro-Harmonix Big Muff Pi

2

Analog Chorus

Boss CE-1 Chorus Ensemble

4

Screamer

Ibanez TS-808 Tube Screamer

3

Phaser

MXR Phase 90

5

Octave Fuzz

Tycobrahe Octavia

4

U-Vibe

Univox Uni-Vibe

6

Classic Dist

ProCo Rat

5

Lumpy Phase

Line 6 lumpy phase

7

Metal Z

Boss MT-2 Metal Zone

6

Sine Chorus

Line 6 Sine Chorus

8

L6 Boost + EQ

Line 6 Gain Boost

7

Square Chorus

Line 6 Square Chorus

Modulation Stomp Boxes

8

Expo Flange

Line 6 Exponential Flange

1

Jet Flanger

A/DA Flanger

9

Random Chorus

Line 6 Random Chorus

2

Analog Chorus

Boss CE-1 Chorus Ensemble

10

Analog Square

Square CE-1 Chorus

3

Phaser

MXR Phase 90

11

POD Purple X

POD Purple X

4

U-Vibe

Univox Uni-Vibe

12

Random S&H

Line 6 Sample and Hold

5

Lumpy Phase

Line 6 lumpy phase

13

Tape Eater

Line 6 Tape Eater

6

Sine Chorus

Line 6 Sine Chorus

14

RotaryDrum+Horn

Leslie 145 Rotary Speaker

7

Square Chorus

Line 6 Square Chorus

15

RotaryDrum

Fender Vibratone

8

Expo Flange

Line 6 Exponential Flange

16

Stereo Chorus

Line 6 Stereo Chorus

9

Random Chorus

Line 6 Random Chorus

17

Stereo Flange

Line 6 Stereo Flange

10

Analog Square

Square CE-1 Chorus

18

Hi-Talk

Line 6 Hi Talk

11

POD Purple X

POD Purple X

19

L6 Sweeper

Line 6 Sweeper

12

Random S&H

Line 6 Sample and Hold

20

Warble-Matic

Line 6 Warble-Matic

13

Tape Eater

Line 6 Tape Eater

21

Auto Pan

Line 6 Auto Panner

14

Opto Trem

Fender '65 Twin Tremolo

Delay Post Effects

15

Bias Trem

Vox '67 AC-30 Tremolo

1

Analog Echo

Boss DM-2 Analog Delay

Delay Stomp Boxes

2

Analog w/Mod

Electro-Harmonix Deluxe Memory Man

1

Analog Echo

Boss DM-2 Analog Delay

3

Tube Echo

Maestro EP-1 Echoplex

2

Analog w/Mod

Electro-Harmonix Deluxe Memory Man

4

Tape Echo

Maestro EP-3 Echoplex

3

Tube Echo

Maestro EP-1 Echoplex

5

Multi-head

Roland RE-101 Space Echo

4

Tape Echo

Maestro EP-3 Echoplex

6

Echo Platter

Binson EchoRec

5

Multi-head

Roland RE-101 Space Echo

7

Digital

Line 6 Digital Delay

6

Echo Platter

Binson EchoRec

8

Reverse Delay

Line 6 Reverse Delay

7

Digital

Line 6 Digital Delay

9

Low Rez

Line 6 Low Rez Delay

8

Reverse Delay

Line 6 Reverse Delay

10

Phaze Eko

Line 6 Phaze Eko

9

Low Rez

Line 6 Low Rez Delay

11

Sweep Echo

Line 6 Sweep echo

10

Phaze Eko

Line 6 Phaze Eko

12

Bubble Echo

Line 6 Bubble Echo

11

Sweep Echo

Line 6 Sweep echo

13

Ping Pong Delay

Line 6 Ping Pong Delay

12

Bubble Echo

Line 6 Bubble Echo

14

Stereo Delay

Line 6 Stereo Delay

Dynamics Stomp Boxes

Reverb Post Effects

1

Blue Comp

Boss CS-1 Compression Sustainer

1

Lux Spring

Fender '64 Deluxe Spring

2

Blue Comp Treb

Boss CS-1 w/ treble switch on

2

Std Spring

Fender '65 Twin Reverb Spring

3

Red Comp

MXR Dynacomp

3

King Spring

Line 6 Spring

4

Vetta Comp

Vetta Comp

4

Small Room

Line 6 Small Room

5

Vetta Juice

Vetta Juice

5

Large Room

Line 6 Large Room

6

Auto Swell

Line 6 Auto Swell

6

Studio 6

Line 6 Studio

Synth/Filter Stomp Boxes

7

Tiled Room

Line 6 Tiled Room

1

Synth Lead

Moog Lead

8

Memphis Plate

Line 6 Memphis Plate

2

Synth String

ARP/Solina Strings

9

Foil Plate

Line 6 Foil Plate

3

Synth Analog

Moog and ARP

10

Blue Plate

Line 6 Blue Plate

4

Synth FX

Line 6 Synth FX

11

Bingo Hall

Line 6 Bingo Hall

5

Buzz Wave

Line 6 Buzz Wave

12

Concert Hall

Line 6 Concert Hall

6

Rez Synth

Line 6 Rez Synth

13

War Memorial

Line 6 War Memorial

7

Saturn 5 Ring M

Line 6 Ring Modulator

14

Hangar 18

Line 6 Hangar 18

8

Double Bass

Line 6 Double Bass

15

Propellerverb

Line 6 Propellerverb

9

Synth Harmony

Line 6 Synth Harmony

16

Radioverb

Line 6 Radioverb

10

Auto Wah

Mutron III Up

A.I.R. II Mics

11

Dingo-Tron

Mutron III Down

1

SM-57

Shure SM57 On Axis

12

Sparkle Sweep

Line 6 Filter Sweep

2

SM-57 Off Axis

Shure SM57 Off Axis

Tremolo Post Effect

3

MD-421

Sennheiser MD 421 On Axis

1

Opto Trem

Fender '65 Twin Tremolo

4

MD-421 Off Axis

Sennheiser MD 421 Off Axis

2

Bias Trem

Vox '67 AC-30 Tremolo

5

U-67

Neumann U 67 On Axis

Gate/Post Compressor

6

U-67 Off Axis

Neumann U 67 Off Axis

 

N/A

Noise Gate

7

Off

No DI Mic or Cab Sim

 

N/A

Studio Compressor per amp

     

Post EQ

Double Tracker

1

Graphic EQ

4 Band Graphic EQ / amp

 

N/A

Double Tracker

2

4 Band EQ

4 Band Parametric EQ / amp

A Word About The Synth/Filter Effects

The Synth/Filter stompboxes are all 100% brand new sounds developed by Line 6 for your tonal creativity. The sounds were inspired by some of the vintage synths from the past such as the Arp Omni, Solina String Ensemble, Mini Moog, Prophet V and others. None of these synth instruments were "modeled" but rather the Synth/Filter effects themselves are all Line 6 new creations. These effects are made to be used with single notes and NOT chords.

Vetta II Cab Model Listing

#

Display Name

B

1

No Cab

No Cabinet Model

2

1x6 Super O

1x6x9 Supro '60s S6616

3

1x8 Tweed

1x8 Fender '61 Tweed Champ

4

1x10 Gibtone

1x10 Gibson '59 GA-18 Explorer

5

1x10 G-Brand

1x10 Gretsch '60 6156

6

1x12 Tweed

1x12 Fender ‘53 Tweed Deluxe

7

1x12 Blackface

1x12 Fender '64 Deluxe

8

1x12 Line 6

1x12 Line 6 Cabinet

9

1x12 California

1x12 Mesa Boogie '85 Mark IIC+

10

1x12 Class A

1x12 Vox '61 AC-15

11

1x15 Thunder

1x15 Supro '62 Thunderbolt

12

2x2 Mini T

2x2 Fender '96 Mini Twin

13

2x12 Zen Master

2x12 Budda ‘01 Twinmaster

14

2x12 Blackface

2x12 Fender '65 Twin Reverb

15

2x12 Line 6

2x12 Line 6 Cabinet

16

2x12 Match

2x12 Matchless '96 Chieftain

17

2x12 Jazz

2x12 Roland '87 Jazz Chorus

18

2x12 Wishbook

2x12 Silvertone '67 Twin Twelve

19

2x12 Class A

2x12 Vox '67 AC-30 Top Boost

20

4x10 Tweed

4x10 Fender '58 Bassman

21

4x12 Hiway

4x12 Hiwatt '73 Custom 100 Cabinet

22

4x12 Line 6

4x12 Line 6 Cabinet

23

4x12 Green 20's

4x12 Marshall '67 Cab w/ Celestion Greenbacks

24

4x12 Green 25's

4x12 Marshall '68 Cab w/ Celestion Greenbacks

25

4x12 Brit T75

4x12 Marshall Cab with Celestion G12-T75’s

26

4x12 Brit V30's

4x12 Marshall Cab w/ Celestion Vintage 30’s

27

4x12 Treadplate

4x12 Mesa Boogie '01 Cabinet

28

4x12 HiGn SOLO

4x12 Soldano '93 Cabinet

 
 

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