A wicked small amp centered around a ECC81 preamp tube.

Paris (May 10, 2019) -- -Vanflet released a brand new tube amplifier model, which clearly, does not look like an amplifier. Station1, is the compact-est tube guitar amp in the world. In terms of design, it’s pedal-like. In terms of sound, it’s a 40-watt amplifier, boasting an ECC81 tube preamp. Station1 marks the end of tube amplifier transportation issues, as it fits in any guitar cases pockets.

Developed with a cabinet, a line-out and a headphone output, guitar players will be able to play electric guitar anywhere.

Station1 is based on Vanflet Ultra-clean tube amplifier. Like it’s reference, the amplifier sounds crystal-clear, polyvalent and pedal friendly - a fx loop is also integrated.


  • 40 watts
  • ECC81 preamp tube
  • Headphone jack
  • Line out (XLR)
  • Cabinet output
  • FX Loop
  • Preamp volume control
  • Bass / treble control
  • Reverb control • Master volume for

All Vanflet’s amplifiers are designed and built in the company’s workshop. Street price of the Station1 is 550 € in Europe.

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