New Victory V1 Distortion Pedal Range

Emperoff

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Yup. And it's viewable again.

Yup

So these have no tubes. V1 naming makes no sense now. V4 series pedals were named that way because they had 4 valves :shrug:

Anyway, the V1 Copper might be a good purchase for those people complaining about the clean channel of their 5150s.
 

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So these have no tubes. V1 naming makes no sense now. V4 series pedals were named that way because they had 4 valves :shrug:

Anyway, the V1 Copper might be a good purchase for those people complaining about the clean channel of their 5150s.
Isn't the Copper series Vox AC30 esque?
 

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I've seen the Anderton's vid
They sound incredible, still, how many of us can pump the volume at 100 db?
 

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So these have no tubes. V1 naming makes no sense now. V4 series pedals were named that way because they had 4 valves :shrug:

Anyway, the V1 Copper might be a good purchase for those people complaining about the clean channel of their 5150s.
V1 makes plenty of sense. They had the big pedals which are called V4, and since these are smaller they're called V1.
 

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While most on this board are probably going after the Kraken, if the Copper sounds anywhere near as good as the full head then it's going to have a lovely clean to fuzz-ish distortion.
always wanted a copper mini head
 


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