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American

Blues:
Fender
Bassman
4x10
combo
Originally a
bass amp,
but is used
by many
guitarists.

Brit
Classic:
Marshall
Plexi

Modern
Class A:
Matchless
Chieftain
Very
expensive,
handmade
amp

Brit Hi
Gain:

Tweed
Combo:
Fender
Tweed
Combo

Classic
Clean:
Roland JC120

This one can


produce some
pretty nice
overdrive
sounds, but
wasn't
originally built
to be used as
a heavy
distorted amp.

A classic
transistor
amp, very
popular
sound in the
eighties,
though it is
still used by
many
guitarists
today.

Rectified Hi
Gain:

Modern Hi
Gain:

Mesa Boogie Soldano


Dual Rectifier amp
Trem-O-Verb
C irca 1959, Ideal for
Very
100 Watts
classic
circa 1994, the distorted
heavy
tone controls
sounds cut
metal, but
on this one is
through due
also suitable post gain.
to the postfor some
gain tone
low gain
controls.
settings.
Drive VAMP:
Mesa
Boogie
Mark III
A high-gain
lead amp.

Marshall
JCM 800

Crunch
Amp:
Behringer
model
This one
should
according to
Behringer,
fit into
modern
blues or
jazz music.

Clean V-AMP:

Roland JC120 (second


version)
Sounds a bit
different from
"Classic
Clean".

Tube
Preamp:

Brit Blues:

Brit Class A:

Marshall
JTM 45

VOX AC30

Fuzz Box:
V-AMP
simulated
pedal
Classic
humming
distortion
sound, with
a broad
frequency
range.
American
Blues
Deluxe:

Ultimate VAMP:
Behringer
model
A rectifier
amp that has
been supped
up a bit

Custom
Class A:

Tube
Preamp

Behringer
model

Budda
Twinmaster

A version
suitable for
more than
just guitar.
It will give
"the
finishing
touch" to a
vocal track
and give all
kinds of
sound

This should
be a mix
between a
Fender
Bassman
'60 and a
50's Fender
Blackface
Deluxe.

With a mid
control.

sources
"more
warmth".
Small
Combo:

Black
Twin:

British Blues
Custom:

Non Top
Boost:

Brit Classic British Class


50w:
A 15W:

Fender
Tweed
Champ

Fender
Blackface
Twin

Marshall JTM
45
Bluesbreaker

VOX AC30
(second
version)

Marshall
Plexi 50
watt

circa, 1960

circa, 1965

This is a
flexible JTM45
that may
sound like a
Budda on high
gain settings.

This is
supposed to
be the
normal
channel on
the earliest
VOX AC30
without the
treble
boost.

This is
another
Marshall
Plexi, but
with larger
range in the
tone
controls.

Custom Hi
Gain:

Ultimate
Plus:

California
Drive:

A pretty
clean amp,
even at
extreme
volumes.

Rectified
Head:
Mesa Dual
Rectifier
Head

Savage
Beast:
Engl
Savage
120
A loud amp
suitable for
metal.

California
Clean:
Mesa Mark
IIc
This is the
clean
channel of
the Mesa
Mark IIc.

Custom
Clean:
Dumble
The clean
channel of
the
handmade
Dumble
amp.

1969
Marshall
Plexi
(modified)
This amp is
able to
produce high
gain tones
without being
muddy.

Behringer
model
This is a
more
powerful
version of
the previous
Ultimate Vamp. With
loads of
gain!

Vox AC15
This amp
model is
based on the
first channel
of the Vox
AC15.

Custom
Drive:

Mesa
Boogie
Mark IIc

Dumble
Overdrive
special

The drive
channel of a
Mesa Boogie
Mark IIc.

A simulation
of the very
expensive,
handmade
Dumble
Overdrive
special. This
is that amps
drive
channel.

* The above mentioned models or any parts thereof are not integrated into the V-AMPIRE, V-Amp 2 and V-AMP
PRO. These manufacturers' products are listed only to describe the amplifier tones modelled after them.
Manufacturer names (Arbiter, Budda, Dumble, Mesa Engineering, Fender, Marshall , Matchless, Engl, Roland,
Soldano and Vox) and their model designations are all trademarks of their respective owners, and are in no way
associated or affiliated with BEHRINGER.