The Sheriff V4 amp is classic rock tones in a small, portable pedal amp. Four valves in the front end, 180-watt power section, two channels, reverb and Two notes technology. Only 1.7kg / 3.75lbs – all the Sheriff tone in a small box!
With two channels the V4 Sheriff amp can go from 60’s blues through to hot-rodded hair metal tones. Gain 1 has less gain and can be used for edge of breakup sounds through to classic rock. Gain 2 is full-on modded ‘plexi’ high gain sounds.
The V4 Sheriff has two channels, the first being the Vintage channel based on the 60’s style blues rock, whereas the hot-rodded channel is all high gain from the hair metal era of the 80’s.
Powerful bass, middle and treble controls to shape your tone. These also have an effect on the gain character and drive levels – just like in any valve guitar amp.
Lush sounding digital reverb gives you ambience aplenty. Run it low for a subtle feeling of space, or max it out for washy, splashy hugeness! The reverb is foot-switchable using a TRS cable (sold separately).
Two notes Audio engineering Torpedo-embedded DynIR Virtual Cabinet technology is onboard the Sheriff. The Cab Sim XLR makes is super easy to take you Victory virtual cabinets anywhere. The presets have been created by Graham Coxon for the Sheriff.
Sits between the preamp and power amp. Run your time-based effects here for maximum clarity.
Send a direct feed to a separate speaker simulator, front of house or wherever you like. Can be used with or without a speaker connected. The inbuilt headphone output makes silent practice quick and easy.
Want to power some extra pedals and stick this on your board? We’ve included a 9V DC centre-negative output that will put out a maximum of 500mA. This is more than enough for the vast majority of drives, fuzzes and analogue delays and so on.
The idea behind this little piece of the circuit is to mimic what a “resonance” or “thump” (other adjectives are available!) control does in the power amp of a valve amp. So with the V.R.C (™) circuit you get closer to how a valve power section should feel but in a tiny amp you can throw in your backpack and still get up to 180 watts of power!