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The Victory is powered by two 6V6 tubes in a single 12" combo with reverb. The tone is rich and full of harmonics. The amplifier is very sensitive to the dynamic responses of the player. The Victory is an ideal recording and club amp at 22 watts.

Control Panel

Bright Switch:  A three position bright switch, which in conjunction with the treble control, allows the player to tune the treble frequencies to better match the type of guitar and pickup position used.  The middle position is "off". The lower setting is a little brighter, while the higher setting is very bright. This can be just the thing to add life and sparkle to a dark neck pickup.

Volume: Controls the overall volume/gain of the amplifier

Treble: Adjusts the amount of high frequencies

Focus: Adjusts the low mid voicing of the tone controls. This will allow you to scoop or increase the low mids.

Middle: Adjusts the amount of mid frequencies

Bass:  Adjusts the amount of low-end frequencies

Reverb: Adjusts the amount of reverb signal

Cut: Reduces high frequencies in the power amp section.  This can smooth out and darken the overall tone.

Back Panel

Fuse: 3 Amp fuse housed within the detachable AC power connector

Bias pot and test points:  See biasing instructions

Speaker jack: 8 ohm

Combo Dimensions and Specs: 1x12 open back, pine cabinet. Width: 23.25" x Height: 20"x Depth: 11.25". The combo cab is loaded with an 8 ohm Celestion G12H30 speaker. The Victory comes standard in green with a cane grille. Please see our vinyl and grille cloth section for custom colors.

Weight: 42 lbs.

(Custom Black & Red Victory Head - Standard color is Green)

A head version of the Victory, with a 2nd channel, and global master volume control, in place of the reverb circuit found in the combo version. The two channels can be used on their own or blended together for a variety of tones and textures.

Control Panel:

Channel 1:

Bright Switch:A three position switch which, in conjunction with the treble and cut controls, allows the player to tune the treble frequencies to better match the type of guitar and pickup position used.The middle position is "off". The lower switch setting is a little brighter, while the higher setting is very bright.This can be just the thing to add life and sparkle to a dark neck pickup.

Volume: Controls the volume/gain for Channel 1

Treble: Adjusts the amount of high frequencies for Channel 1

Focus: Adjusts the low mid voicing of the tone controls. This will allow you to scoop or increase the low mids.

Middle: Adjusts the amount of mid frequencies for Channel 1

Bass: Adjusts the amount of low-end frequencies for Channel 1

Channel 2 / FX Return:

Volume/ FX Level: Controls the volume/gain of Channel 2. When this channel is used as the FX loop for channel 1 this control becomes the FX loop return level control. The processed signal is blended into the dry signal, which remains intact.The effects processor should be set for a pure wet signal.

Tone: A unique tone control that can brighten or darken the sound of the channel and works independently of volume knob settings. This will also effect the channel when used as the FX loop, allowing EQ-ing of the processed signal.

Cut: Reduces high frequencies in the power amp section. This will smooth out and darken the overall tone. This control operates for both channels.

Master: Post phase inverter Master Volume control that operates with both channels.

Back Panel:

Channel 2 Input / FX Return: Channel 2 is wired to the input jack on the front of the amp allowing both channels to be used at the same time. When this input is used the connection is broken allowing the two channels to be used separate. An ABY box can be used to select between the two channels, or combine them. When being used as an FX loop this becomes the FX Return jack. The output of the effects processor is connected to this jack.

FX Send jack: The input of the effects processor is connected to this jack

FX Send Level: Adjusts the signal level sent to the effects processor. The level should be adjusted so as not to overload the input of the effects unit.

Speaker jacks: 4, 8 and 16 ohm. The speaker in the Victory extension cabinet is 8 ohm.

Bias pot and test points:  See biasing instructions

Fuse: 3 Amp fuse housed within the detachable AC power connector

Head Cabinet Dimensions and Specs: Birch ply cabinet, Width: 23.25" x Height: 9" x Depth: 10.25". The Victory head comes standard in green. Please see our vinyl and grille cloth section for custom colors.

Speaker Cabinet: 1x12 open back, pine cab. Width: 26.5" x Height: 18"x Depth: 11.5". The cab is loaded with 1 Celestion G12H30 8 ohm, 30 watt speaker.

Weight: Head: 33.5 lbs., Speaker cabinet: 35 lbs.

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Heritage Amplifiers of Tennessee
500 Wilson Pike Circle #204, Brentwood, TN 37027
615-377-4913   •   fax 615-373-4986