#1
I'm gonna buy a new amp and i am hesitating between differents models of Vox, i play melodic blues/rock/metal, i didn't play live only practice:

Vox VR15
Vox VR30
Vox DA5
Vox DA10
Vox AD15VT
Vox AD30VT

#4
If just home by your self practice then the Vox AD15VT. for a band practice get the Vox AD30VT. One of those mostly for the versitality, multiple amp styles clean and overdriven. I have the AD15VT and i use it for quieter practice, even band practice in a small room, ive also used it at my school in the gym for a show, and ran it at bout 11 clock and it was loud enough. Get the AD30VT just for a slight amount of head room volume wise. Otherwise the AD15VT is good enough.
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#6
The DA series doesnt have as many EQ knobs I think I just has 1 eq knob labled Tone. The VR series I think is more of a vintage sound, so I dont know that you could do much metal with it, unless you had pedal distortion, or overdrive. it also lacks Mid range EQ.
Reinhardt 18 Head
H&K Tubemiester 18 head
Blue 6505+ head

TC Electronics G Major
MXR phase 90, Pigtronix Echolution 2
Digitech Whammy (5th gen)

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#7
I decided to drop Vox VR so what's the difference between Vox AD and Vox DA?
Last edited by rocker313 at Dec 25, 2008,
#8
The AD has all your EQ knobs mid hi low the Da has a knob labeld tone. the AD have more power. the DA is more portable ... can run on batteries... but id go with the AD
Reinhardt 18 Head
H&K Tubemiester 18 head
Blue 6505+ head

TC Electronics G Major
MXR phase 90, Pigtronix Echolution 2
Digitech Whammy (5th gen)

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ETB Yoda

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