New amps, guitars, accessories and synths unveiled.
A deluge of new products have been unveiled by Korg and Vox, including a new range of amps, guitars, synthesizers and a raft of accessories.
Leading the line-up is the new Vox MKii Night Train Series of amps. The Night Train G2 is designed to allow users to deploy the firm’s traditional tube sound in small spaces and now features a new reverb function.
The Night Train NT50H-G2 is an all-tube, 50W head that offers two channels for traditional and high-gain sounds, with a preamp driven by three 12Ax7 tubes, while the power amp contains two EL34 tubes. Also available is the V212NT-G2 cab, which is aimed at providing an ideal match in terms of both appearance and sound.
Meanwhile, the Night Train NT15H-G2 is a 15W all-tube guitar amplifier head offering both classic and new Vox tones in a compact, portable, design. Robust all tube sound with class AB design; the pre-amp is driven by three 12AX7 tubes, while the power amp contains two EL84 tubes.
The Night Train range also comprises the NT15C1 combo amp, which comes with a Celestion greenback speaker built to deliver a full tube sound.
Completing the line-up is the Lil’ Night Train and V110NT cab, which weighs in at under three kilograms for enhanced portability. The set comes with the V110NT cabinet, offering a ten-inch Celestion VX speaker and an ideal cosmetic match for the Lil’ Night Train head.
Elsewhere, Vox has also announced the reissue of its Teardrop and Phantom guitars with the Mark III and Mark V ranges.
New from Korg is the 50th Anniversary Edition of its microKorg synth in gold, along with the special limited edition version of its Krome music workstation in red and gold.
There’s also a new Pandora Stomp effects pedal, a new Korg rack tuner in the form of the Pitchblack Pro – as well as Pitchblack tuning pedals for bass and guitar - the new Beatboy drum machine, new Dolecetto clip-on orchestral tuners and the LP-380 slim line digital piano in red.