The Vintage channel is lower gain 60’s British blues and rock sound and suits dynamic playing. The Hot Rod channel is for 70’s and 80’s heavier sounds and has a lot of gain!
SIMPLE POWERFUL EQ Plenty of tone-sculpting potential, plus a presence control that works in the power section to set the overall bite just how you like it.
MASTER VOLUME DESIGN There are two master volume controls, one for each channel and these are footswitchable. The master volume assign switch can switch the volume controls to be set globally across channels or to their originally vintage/hot rod channel.
BASS FOCUS SWITCH
This is much more than a bass EQ. It works in the power section of the amp, offering either a tighter, more focussed bottom end, or conversely more loose and resonant depending on your needs and tastes.
Located on the back this switch changes the brightness of the presence control, pushed in and the sound will be slightly brighter as it reduces negative feedback in the higher frequencies.
SERIES EFFECTS LOOP
A series effects loop is available for effects fans. It’s completely out of the circuit when bypassed.
EXTERNAL BIAS TEST POINTS
No need to fiddle about inside when you change output valves. The Sheriff 25 will be fitted with EL86s as standard but can be biased to use 6L6s too, along with a range of other valves such as: KT66, KT77, 6CA7, 5881 etc.
Sheriff 25 key features & info
Format:All-valve, two-channel compact head and comboPower:25 watts RMS
Valves:3 x ECC83, 3 x EL86
Extra features:Footswitchable modes ‘Vintage’ & ‘Hot Rod’ channels, series effects loop, bass focus and presence switch, external bias test points and adjustment. Gig bag included.
Sheriff 25 Size (mm):342(w) x 185(h) x 185(d)