#1
Right so ive got my last thread questions answered.
I am now going to upgrade my Line 6 Spider.

Im am thinking of the Vox AD50VT (latest one).

Is able to do metal?

can it handle active pups?

Is 50 watt to much for bedroom practise?


thanks guys and sorry for pissing anyone off
#2
Get the VOX AD50VT-XL. That is like a VOX made for metal or a "vox from hell" according to guitar world magazine.
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#3
The XL one is the older model with only 11 amps i believe

i probably would like latest version
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#5
The Vox AD50VT is the oldest and first version actually. They just came out with a newer one called the VT series. But, for metal, I believe you do want the XL line and if I remember right you could get a 50w 212 for around $300 somewhere too.
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#6
Quote by vanhalinator
The XL one is the older model with only 11 amps i believe


yeah only 11 amp models
#8
Quote by vanhalinator
Right so ive got my last thread questions answered.
I am now going to upgrade my Line 6 Spider.

Im am thinking of the Vox AD50VT (latest one).

Is able to do metal?

can it handle active pups?

Is 50 watt to much for bedroom practise?


thanks guys and sorry for pissing anyone off

It'll do metal sounds but it won't work brilliantly with active pickups.

You'll never get the chance to turn a 50 watt amp up very high for home practise, but obviously you can turn it down at home.

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why is better to get the XL version?

it's not
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#10
Zakk Wylde Crybaby.

also the XL series is better for you because it is mainly for metal players unlike other VOX amps that are for mainly cleans.
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#11
Well I don't play metal and I have the Vox AD50VT and its really not suited too well for metal. Neither is the VT series either. While watching demos I like the AD series more. I've never gotten to play on a Vox XL but its meant for metal and I'm assuming thats what you want?
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