Victory Amps unveil the newest Sheriff amplifiers

The newest amps are set to replace the Sheriff 22 and Sheriff 44.


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Victory Amplification has announced the release of the new Sheriff 25 and VS100 Super Sheriff amps.

The newest additions are set to replace the Sheriff 22 and the Sheriff 44, which made up the Sheriff Amp Family.

The Sheriff 25 is a smaller, yet versatile amp, offering a 25 watt compact head and combo. The VS100 Super Sheriff offers 100 watts of power and comes in two deluxe head versions, one in regular Victory sized wooden head sleeve and the other a wide body design for 4 x 12 cabinets, which has not been seen before for Victory Amps.

The Sherrif 25 dons a vintage channel which is designed for lower gain 60’s style of British blues and rock, whereas the hot rod channel is where the heavy high gain sounds are. On the other hand, the VS100 Super Sheriff’s vintage channel has two gain modes, there is the cleaner side and the crunch side. Both are in the classic rock style of the late 60’s, early 70’s. The hot-rodded channel is all about late 70’s to 80’s gain and has two modes, with the second one adding even more gain.

You can watch a video released by Victory about the new amps below:

The Sheriff 25 Head is currently retailing for £1199/ €1399/ $1449, while the combo is being priced at £1899/ €2229/ $2229.

On the other hand, the VS100 Super Sheriff 100 is being priced at £1999/ €2329/ $2369, and the VS100 Super Sheriff Wide Body is selling for £2099/ €2449/ $2499.

For more information, you can visit VictoryAmps.co.uk

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