#1
I've heard that to change tubes in a vox ac15 you need to take the amp apart. Is this true?

Cheers
#2
After trying out this amp yesterday, I'm interested.
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#3
Quote by BD 425
After trying out this amp yesterday, I'm interested.


did you try it with an od pedal
?
#4
Quote by Jak Archer
did you try it with an od pedal
?

No, why?
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#6
Quote by BD 425
No, why?



apparently it's orgasmic with an od pedal.
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#7
i have an AC30 and i think its pretty much the same layout, just smaller.

I have to take the back panel off, then unscrew the chassis from the bottom of the head cabinet, i can then pull it out. then you just pull out the power tubes and the rectifier, but you have to unscrew a metal sheild to get at the preamp valves.

lol@u
#9
Quote by Boogie Man
apparently it's orgasmic with an od pedal.

I loved it... and i was playing through a low end Epi LP.
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EHX Big Muff Pi; Dunlop CryBaby GCB-95 (modded); MXR M-108 10-band; DigiTech JamMan Looper