Victoria Amps Trem D'Lux Amplifier
Humbucker Music exclusive: The Victoria Trem D'Lux
So, what exactly is a Trem D'Lux? It's a classic mid '50's tweed design based on the Fender Tremolux 5E9-A circuit. It employs 2 cathode-biased 6V6's to produce a modest 14 watts of power. The footswitchable tremolo effect is achieved by modulating the bias of the phase inverter, yielding a smooth musical effect that is not effected by the volume of the amplifier. It features a bright and normal channel, master tone, speed and intensity.
The Victoria Trem D'Lux carries one of those great tweed tones that stays with you for life. From the resonance of the lacquered pine cab to the Cathode biased 6V6 power tube section, this amp is truly stunning.
Features include bright and normal channels with their own Volume control, Master Tone control and Speed and Density knobs for the Tremolo circuit. Another plus for this amp is that you can remove the tremolo entirely from the signal path by turning it all of the way to zero. If you're in the market for a tweed reproduction amp that nails the original Fender tones, but offers improvements in construction and a lean on the original ideas, check out this Trem D'Lux from Victoria Amplifiers.
Output Power: 14 watts
Circuit: 5E9-A Type Circuit, "Fender Tweed Tremolux"
Speaker: American Made Eminence 12" Legend Speaker
Power Tubes: 2 x 6V6
Pre-Amp Tubes: 2 x 12AX7, 1 x 12AY7
Rectifier Tube: 1 x 5U4GB
Dimensions: 20.5" x 23.5" x 10.5"
Weight: 40 lbs