Truckloads of power, killer tone and a dedicated FX Loop.
The Behringer Virtube VT100FX 1x12 guitar combo amp packs a brutal 100W and a special heavy-duty 12" Bugera speaker. The VT100FX includes Behringer's mid-sweeping Contour control and an OD1/OD2 switch that lets you choose between two unique Overdrive channel sounds. If you're looking for crunch, press the VT100FX's Crunch button for a non-stop foray into rhythmic paradise! VT100FX also has a dedicated FX Loop, so you can bring your favorite stomps and rack units to the gig and still use the onboard digital effects.
The secret behind Virtube's sound is Behringer's VTC Tube Modeling processor, which exudes the very essence of tube saturation and compression. VTC can accurately emulate the interaction between classic tube stages. The resulting signal is rich in harmonic content and far more true to the nature of tube amps.
Virtube's clean channel is elegant in its simplicity. The sound is open and uncolored, it can be tailored to your needs by Volume and the analog passive equalizer. The Overdrive channel features Gain, Volume, Bass, Treble and Contour control. All this versatility enables you to artfully define your "perfect" tone, from traditional to scooped modern and anything in-between.
Get a 24-bit digital effects processor with 16 great-sounding reverbs, choruses, flangers and delays. This tasty collection of effects is a must-have for any guitarist and includes room, stage, concert and cathedral reverbs, slap-back and medium echoes, two long delays, plus slow and fast modulation effects--all right at your fingertips.
It takes a special speaker to handle all this technology. That's why the VT100FX is fit with handmade, heavy-duty Bugera speakers. These babies were custom-designed and handcrafted specifically for the Virtube Series.
Whether you're recording or just jamming on your latest riff, you need the right connections. The PHONES/LINE OUT B jack is more than just a place for your headphones to call home. As the name implies the jack can also be used to send your signal, with speaker simulation, to another amp or mixer. When the PHONES/LINE OUT B jack is in use, the internal loudspeaker is muted, allowing you to crank your guitar into the wee morning hours without bothering the neighbors. If you'd like to play along with previously recorded tracks, just plug into the CD IN/LINE OUT A jack. This jack also serves a second purpose, providing yet another Line Out, this time without speaker simulation.