#1
i have just board a vox ad30vt and i sorted most of the sounds ill need but i could really do with a punk sound (Rise Against , Authority Zero, Strike Anywhere), would also like to be able to get it to a clean channel from it so that i can use my distortion pedal.

thanks
#2
the vox valvetronix is pretty good on its own, but from my experiences it sounds really mushy and crap with distortion pedals.

I don't really know a lot about the bands you listed, but for punk, i liked the Tweed 4x12 setting with the gain/EQ knobs turned up to full
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#3
I have never tried a Vox but most likely it will work for you.

Punk guitar tones are possible with anything.

You can use pretty much any amp as you want for punk.

A Vox would probably work for you.
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#4
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I don't really know a lot about the bands you listed, but for punk, i liked the Tweed 4x12 setting with the gain/EQ knobs turned up to full



do you have any effects on that ?
#5
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do you have any effects on that ?

i don't think i used the FX on the amp much. punk is usually a very raw, unpolished sound.
Live Rig January 2018

Fender Baja Telecaster/Danelectro DC-12
Boss TU-3, Ibanez TS9, Fulltone OCD 1.7, Boss CS-3, EHX Small Clone, MXR Carbon Copy
1964 Vox AC30TB with '69 Rola G12M "blackbacks"
Elixir Nanoweb 10-52 strings, Dunlop Jazz III XL picks