First introduced to the US market in 2006, the AC15CC series was an orientally produced replacement to the AC15TB models that had been made for Vox by Marshall. The AC15TB models ended production in 2004.
The all tube, 15 watt amp also featured a pressed board enclosure with all the Vox cosmetic touches: basket weave vinhyde, brown Vox diamond grill cloth, gold string, gold plated logo, gold grill molding, white grill piping, a Vox logo handle, and eight black plastic two pin corners.
The AC15CC1 had one 16 ohm 12" Vox Wharfedale speaker, designed to tonally resemble the famous "green backed" speaker used by Vox from the 70s through the 90s. The AC15CC1X had one 12" Vox Alnico Blue speaker made by Celestion. The only difference between the two AC15CC models was the speaker.
The AC15CC amps had two ECC83 (12AX7) preamp and two EL84 power tubes.
The amp also included a master volume control, tremolo, and spring reverb.
A two button VF002 foot switch was included with this amp to actuate the reverb and tremolo.
Vox discontinued the AC15CC1 and AC15CC1X in January, 2010.
North Coast Music offers many repair parts and accessories for the AC15CC1.
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