This half stack includes VOX's Night Train NT15 Head and V112NT speaker cabinet. The Night Train NT15H amp headWhether you're adding your hot sound to a late-night demo, sitting in at your favorite cl... Click To Read More About This Product
This half stack includes VOX's Night Train NT15 Head and V112NT speaker cabinet.
The Night Train NT15H amp head
Whether you're adding your hot sound to a late-night demo, sitting in at your favorite club, or jamming with friends, the VOX Night Train NT15H is your new best friend. Whenever and wherever, the VOX Night Train will deliver that smooth and satisfying all-tube sound. You don't want to choose between killer sound and total convenience”with the VOX Night Train amp head you never will.
If Looks Could Kill
Solid enough to inspire confidence, this VOX amp head weighs just under 17 pounds, and the "armored lunchbox" dimensions provide extreme portability. Finished with a cool chrome mirror-finish, the signature VOX diamond design reveals that inspiring vacuum-tube glow. And of course, the Night Train NT15H guitar amp includes its own padded carry case to protect your investment.
True Tube Power
The sound is pure VOX. Inside, a pair of EL84 tubes deliver on the tube power promise. Two 12AX7 tubes drive the preamp stage with both power and clarity. This is the same winning tube complement as the classic VOX AC15. From chime-like clean tones to the warmest overdrive, there is no mistaking that harmonic richness of pure tube performance.
The VOX Night Train's single switch lets you select between Pentode or Triode tube operation. In the Pentode mode, VOX Night Train delivers a full 15 watts of power. In the Triode mode, the power is cut to 7.5 watts. The Triode mode also relaxes the tube power stage, letting that silky-smooth, mellow tube character shine through.
VOX Night Train greets you with a clear, simple panel design, offering the familiar Gain and Volume controls. The Tone controls include Treble, Middle and Bass, allowing you to dial up just the right character for your individual, signature tone. In addition, the preamp section features a mode switch, offering both Bright and Thick options. The Bright mode accentuates the high-frequency components for a clear, ringing tone; the Thick setting bypasses the tone circuit to boost the gain and create a chunkier, heavier sound.
Equipped with both 8- and 16-ohm speaker jacks, Night Train amp head can be used immediately with nearly any speaker cabinet. This extra measure of versatility is just one more example of why the VOX Night Train might be the one amp you never leave at home.
The VOX Night Train V112NT Guitar Speaker Cabinet
VOX released the Night Train V112NT Guitar Speaker Cabinet to complement the VOX Night Train amp head, both cosmetically and tonally. A specially voiced 1 x 12 speaker cabinet, the compact VOX V112NT weights in at just 24.2 lb., yet the full-sounding speaker cab boasts a Custom VOX Celestion Greenback Speaker.
The G12M Greenback speaker evolved over the decades but still retains its essential, sought-after tone. It exhibits all the classic G12M characteristics but is voiced with additional broad mid-range attack and restrained top-end to give a forward, punchy attitude to chords and a searing lead tone without fizz. With its well-controlled low-end, the Celestion G12M is an ideal speaker to bring drive and definition to modern high-gain amps.
Reviewed by 5 customers
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I've had this amp for a few months and think its great. Very versatile. Get that perfect "chimey" clean sound with a Fender Strat and then rip it up in Thick Mode with a Gibson SG. And it can do everything in between. Put some pedals in front to perfect your sound.
I just picked up my night train a couple days ago and when I got home it had a bad preamp tube. I called GC customer service and they shiped a new one out to me, I was thrilled that I didnt have to send it back. I pleged in the new tube and fired it up with my new american special tele, this thing is awesome. So much better than the little fender 25r I was using.
One Awesome little guitar Amp Head, and the cabinet fits it perfectly. It's unbelievably loud and still holds its VOX jingle jangle. Super Portable and is very versatile, you can go from the sweetest cleans to some rock n' roll crunch. I Give this little guy a 5 out of 5 for its small size and its incredible power. i recommend this to guitarists that are looking for a clean amplifier that has the choice of going into a classic crunch. p.s. ... you gotta try this at guitar center or get one !
I have gone through a lot of amps and like many different things about different ones. I did though, finally, come to the conclusion that I prefer low watt guitar amps. When I play in large venues I always mic it anyway so why have an amp that is so loud that I cant even use it in smaller venues like church? This one sounds awesome! Warm overdrive and really bell-clear clean tones. You can get a ton of tonal variety out of this thing between the e.q. with Mids, volume and gain, bright/thick and the 15/7.5 watt switches. I can get this thing to sound sweet without cranking the volume and blowing out my windows - something I couldnt do with my AC30. It has a lot of headroom though as well...it gets really really loud if I want it to. You can buy a different cab if you want 2/12 or 4/12 and the head looks freaking awesome. The only draw back I have seen so far is that this cabinet doesnt have as resonant low-end as my AC30. The lows are really clear and sound nice but this cab - as awesome as it does sound - just does lack a little on the low end. If you are playing with a drummer and bass you wouldnt ever know though. Great amp! I dont miss my AC30 at all.
I knew what I was getting when I bought my new NT, but until I took it home and played it in a much larger room, I had no idea the power and tone selection that is available. I quickly realized that trying to compare this in any way with the AC series, is apples and oranges. There is so much more range and diversity of tone in this mini-stack. I suppose I would enjoy a foot switchable way to move between settings, but I could do that with a pedal or two. This is so much for the price, I don't know that I need another amp.