Vanflet Unveils the Ultra-Clean Amp

A circuit designed for players who need ample amounts of headroom.

Anaheim, CA (December 11, 2018) -- -Vanflet will release a new super-clean amplifier, the Ultra-Clean. Developed jointly with the owners of huge pedalboard, the Ultra-Clean is simple and effective. It is designed for musicians who are looking for a clear and powerful sound.

This amp was inspired by the Yarol Poupaud signature amp, which has a single volume control knob.


  • Structur birch wood
  • Celestion Neo Creamback 70W
  • 35 Watts RMS
  • Volume, Bass, Treble, Reverb
  • 1 x 12AT7 + 1 x 12AX7 preamp
  • 2 x 6L6GC poweramp
  • Included a fxloop & 8/16 Ohms impedance selector
  • Dimensions : 510 x 510 x 250
  • Weight: 13 kg
  • Color: White

All of Vanflet's amplifiers are designed and built in the company’s French workshop. Street price is 1390 € in Europe. The amp will be released in the US during the 2019 NAMM show.

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