#1
Can't decide between the Vox 15VT, Peavey Vypyr 30, Roland 30x. Using it mainly for a practice amp in an apartment. However wanted a nice warm, clean tone. Play mainly Gilmour, Hendrix, classic rock, blues, some 80's rock, nothing harder than that. I was leaning towards the Vox seems to be the more consistent choice and the upgraded 15VT now has the power saturator like the 30w and above.
#3
the roland 30x
its an awesome amp for the price

the Vypyr is a good amp but I'd chose the roland over it any day

never tried the VOX tho
#5
THE ROLAND!!!!! that might be THE best solid state amp ever made. you wont be dissapointed. I have a micro Cube wired to an old 1x12, best practice amp ever.
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#6
Thanks, so you guys think that the Roland 30x is worth the extra money over the vox???? Thanking you all.
#7
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Thanks, so you guys think that the Roland 30x is worth the extra money over the vox???? Thanking you all.

You need to play them both. For every poster saying Roland there is a poster that will say Vox. For what you play the Vox, Cube and Vypyr can all nail good tones. Play them all. I'll vote Vox as I play similar stuff and have played all three.
#10
Thanks everyone, I just got back from GC and will probably pick up the Vox VT15 on Wed. I think it has a more classic, vintage tone. For what I am playing I believe it will be a perfect match with my Godin Freeway Classic Leaftop.
#12
also try the AD30VT, it's pretty much the same, just bigger, louder and not that much more expensive...