Vox Unveils the Limited-Edition C4C1 and AC15C1

The amps are available in a limited release classic red color.

Anaheim, CA (January 25, 2015) -- VOX’s classic AC4C1 and AC15C1 amplifiers, which have long been admired for their remarkable tone, are available in a limited release classic red color. Inspired by the Custom Color VOX amplifiers of the 1960s, these new limited edition amplifiers feature radiant red vinyl covering paired with the iconic VOX diamond fret cloth. The captivating look is then finished off with complementary black corners, handles, and hardware.

“Debuting over 50 years ago, the AC4C1 and the AC15C1 have remained at the heart of the celebrated VOX line-up. The all-tube amplifiers have been a favorite of guitarists since their introduction, capable of the massive crunch sound or the classic chime,” stated Bran Piccolo, Brand Manager for VOX products. “The limited edition red color captivates the eye as the sound does the ear.”

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