#1
Says it all really. I am looking to get either one of these two. I cannot find a comparison thread that compares, specifically, the vox xl with the vypyr. Anyone got any experience with both???

I play metal mainly (Metallica, Killswitch...)

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#2
I prefer the Valvetronix. But try them and see what you like.
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#3
i have experiance with the Vox AD30VT because i own it. I love it a lot and i can get a hell of a lot of different tones from it. but you try them out for yourself, see what ya like...
#4
If you're playing metal mainly, the Vypyr would be the best choice, in my opinion.

I've played the Vox ADVT-XL, and although it does metal better than the standard ADVT... better does not necessarily mean it's still anything good.

Although, you'll have to try them out to see which one you like the sound of better.
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#5
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i have experiance with the Vox AD30VT because i own it. I love it a lot and i can get a hell of a lot of different tones from it. but you try them out for yourself, see what ya like...


I have the AD30VT. But it has different models so you cant really compare the original with the xl.

I think i will prob go for the vypyr. My VT is boring me and i cant imagine the xl is going to excite me much more. The vypyr has got loads of stuff on it too, plus a midi out to record onto computer apparently.
#7
I personally prefer the Vox, but I'm not much of a metal player. Maybe look into a Roland Cube?
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#8
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I personally prefer the Vox, but I'm not much of a metal player. Maybe look into a Roland Cube?


nah ive had the cube, it hasbt got a soul, just cold tones with no character. im goona get the vypyr i think.
#9
Save up for a tube amp
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