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VOX UL-4120 Amplifier

VOX UL-4120 Amplifier
General Specs
Watts: 120
Features: Front Panel: (2) Input Jacks, Top Boost Switch, Volume, Treble, Middle, Bass, (2) Input Jacks, Top Boost Switch, Volume, Treble, Middle, Bass - Rear Panel: On/Off Switch, Footpedal Jack, (2) Fuses, Ohm Impedance Switch, (4) Output Jacks, Power Cord
Dimensions: 24"W x 10"H x 11-1/4"D
Tubes: Power: 4 x KT88 - Pre-amp: 2 x 6GW8, 1 x 6BQ5
Years in use: ca. April 1968-June 1969
Website: http://www.voxamps.com/
The VOX UL-4120 Amplifier was used on stage by Jimmy Page from ca. 1968 (with The Yardbirds) until the end of the 2nd US Tour in May 1969 with Led Zeppelin. It was also seen in use at Morgan Sound Studios, in Willisden, North West London, England in June 1969 on unknown tracks.

The VOX UL-4120 Amplifier is the same as the UL-7120 except it lacks reverb and vibrato controls.

Photos

VOX UL-4120 Amplifier
Jimmy Page, ca. April 1968, Thee Image Club, Miami Beach, Florida
VOX UL-4120 Amplifier
Jimmy Page, ca. February 1969, Thee Image Club, Miami Beach, Florida
VOX UL-4120 Amplifier
Jimmy Page, May 02, 1969, Rose Palace, Pasadena, California
VOX UL-4120 Amplifier
VOX UL-4120 Amplifier (far left), ca. June 1969, Morgan Sound Studios, Willesden, London, England

Resources and Information:

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