The VYPYR® Pro 100 continues the tradition of appropriate technology using four stages of exclusive TransTube® analog gain to create the most realistic tube sounding distortion in any modeling amplifier, ever.
By using analog distortion, the digital processor has the amazing ability to offer almost limitless combinations of additional stompboxes, “rack” effects, amplifiers and now even instrument models. Because of the advanced dual processor design, the VYPYR can run up to four amplifier models in parallel. Using the amplifier’s unique architecture, it is capable of designing a variety of signal path combinations. Four module bays, each with their own LCD, can be assigned to an amplifier, effect, or stompbox, or in the first position an instrument model. The modules can be assigned in any order, allowing the user the ability to create the rig they desire, even if they want to run two or up to four amplifiers in parallel. With up to five parameters to precisely control effects, multiple delay types and advanced features such as MSDI (microphone simulated direct interface) direct output, effects loop, and MIDI control, the professional player can create the rig of their dreams inside a single combo amplifier.
Recording is a mainstay of the design with the most advanced USB audio system in any VYPYR. It also features an analog speaker and microphone simulated direct out. With over 500 presets available and more than 100 different models of effects, reverbs, delays and amplifiers, this the most innovative and advanced amplifier on the planet.
Over 100 different amp, effect, stompbox and instrument models • Advanced WYSIWYG interface • Four tone model modes with LCD • Real time control over Delay and Reverb • Real time model parameter control • Advanced bi-directional USB connector • On-board Tap Tempo • Studio quality headphone out • MP3/CD/Aux input • MIDI • Analog TransTube® preamp • 100 Watts • Custom voiced 12" speaker • Over 500 user presets • Multi-parameter effects control • Dual DSP’s for processing speed and capability • Power Sponge™ output power adjustment • On-board chromatic tuner • On-board overdubbing looper (with optional Sanpera® footswitch) • Effects loop • 3 adjustable noise gates • Multiple delay and reverb types: tape delay, tube delay, multi-tap delay, modulation delay, analog delay, digital delay, plate verb, room verb, cathedral verb, hall verb, tile verb, gated verb, spring verb • Presence and Resonance adjustment • Assignable input attenuator • Built-in microphone simulated direct out.
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