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I have a VFX5212 and it does have a [series] fx loop.It is simply labeled as "Line Out" and "Line In".I use the loop in mine and it works quite well.Originally posted by Old Fuzzface
I liked the V-series amps. What put me off them was the price in the UK and the larger models having digital FX built-in. The FX sound OK , but I'd rather have a loop & choose my own poison, thanks.
The price....well, Crate are distributed in the UK by the same company as PRS. I couldn't stomach paying over $1,000 for a $500 amp.
Yeah,I thought his tone was quite like that of a nice vintage Marshall.Btw,did anyone see Vernon Reid with Living Color on "Last Call" with Carson the other night?He was playing a Hamer through a pair of Crate VFX5212's.Maybe the word has gotten around that the V-Series line is indeed professional grade stuff.Originally posted by Ogre
Billy Gibbons was using 2 of 'em on ZZ Tops' last Tonight Show appearance. Talk about "street cred"! Billy and Dusty also worshiped at the altar of Expandoras.
I believe that the new V-Series V3212 has a cathode-biased quad EL84 power section [often refered to as Class A] like the one in the Vintage Club 30.If it sounds anything like the older V30,it should sound real sweet.Originally posted by tedm
is this the class a quad el34 amp? or did they change it?