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Vox Ultrasonic flash sound player

Listen to the Vox Ultrasonic, with and without its many built in effects

Vox Ultrasonic description | sound clips | Ultrasonic XII

Vox Ultrasonic flash sound player

The sound clips of individual effects are embedded into the flash file below, and may take a minute to load. Hold your mouse over one of the 12 arrows on the guitars controls to get a description of the soundclip - click to play. All clips are recorded directly into a mobile-pre sound card with no external effects or changes whatsoever. What you hear is pure Vox! Effects are wah wah, distortion, treble/bass boost, repeater, e-tuner and pickups with no effects

The following clips demonstrate the Vox Ultrasonic through different vintage guitar amplifiers

Vintage Guitar Soundclip:
1967 Vox Ultrasonic
through a
1972 Marshall Mercury 2060

1967 Vox Ultrasonic1972 Marshall Mercury 2060
Shure SM57 microphone, into an M-audio mobile pre USB interface.

more vintage guitar soundclips

Amp volume 8, tone 1

Guitar: Both pickups, volume 10/10, tone 10/10

Guitar: Bridge pickup only, volume 10/10, tone 10/10.

Guitar: Neck pickup only, volume 10/10, tone 10/10.

Guitar: Neck pickup only, volume 10/10, tone 0/10.

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