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Victory V4 The Jack Preamp Pedal

€439,00
Product Status
New
New products delivered from authorized suppliers and with full original warranty by the manufacturer. In addition, TFOA offers an extension of the warranty up to 5 years unless the manufacturer uses a longer warranty period. Delivered as much as possible in the original box but to relieve the environment we also use other boxes.
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V4 The Jack is a two-channel, all-valve pedal preamp that delivers genuine valve overdrive.
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Specifications

Condition: New
Warranty: 5 Year
Photos of : Sample Instrument
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Victory V4 The Jack Preamp Pedal

V4 The Jack is a two-channel, all-valve pedal preamp that delivers genuine valve overdrive. Use it straight into the front of your amp or recording interface, or alternatively use it in conjunction with your amp's FX loop to bypass the front end of your existing amp entirely for a whole new sound experience. This is definitely no 'ordinary' overdrive pedal! 

The Jack changed from the Countess in late 2020 to better represent the versatility of the amplifier, it’s still the same amplifier inside and the changes made are purely visual and in name.

Specifications:

Type:

Two-mode all-valve pedal preamp
Output: N/A
Poweramp tubes: N/A
Speaker size: N/A
Speaker: N/A
Channels:  2
Inputs: 1
Controls: Bass, Middle, Treble, Volume 1, Volume 2, Master 1, Master 2
Reverb: No
Tremolo: No
Effects Loop: Yes
Line out: No
MIDI: No
External speaker out: Yes
Cabinet Material: Steel Chassis
Footswitch: Yes, Not Included
Other features: None
Weight: 1,65 kg
Condition: New
Cover/case: No