Vox V125 Lead Rose Morris Era 125 watts (the Paul Weller-Jam -amp) New JJ quartet tube matched !
TUBE: 6 - 7025, 1- ECC81, 1 - EL34 Quartet
The V125 amp design included Gain, Volume and Master Volume controls, as would a Marshall amp from this same period.A five band EQ with rotary controls was featured in the V125. The EQ frequencies of the V125 Lead were 100hz, 250 hz, 500 hz, 1600 hz and 2300 hz. The EQ frequencies of the V125 Bass were 50hz, 100 hz, 250 hz, 500 hz and 1600 hz. The electronics for the V125 were an adaptation of the circuits used in the AC-120 that Vox had introduced in 1973. Although Vox literature showcasing this amplifier states that it had "pure valve power," that is not totally correct. Two 2N3819 transistors were used as an initial gain stage in the V125. After the transistors, two ECC83, one ECC82, ome ECC81 and a quartet of EL-34s made up the tube complement.The V125 amp design included Gain, Volume and Master Volume controls, as would a Marshall amp from this same period. Size (Head) 26" W x 10" H x 10" D