#1
Supposedly this is Billy Corgan's old tour pedal board. Anyone know what that black Vox pedal is? It's not on the Vox official site.

#3
Vox V810 Valvetone.

http://www.harmony-central.com/Effects/Data/Vox/V810_Valve_Tone-01.html

This cool chrome pedal was cranked out by Korg back in the early 90s. It's a great natural overdrive with just enough gritty mid-range growl to nail a very nice British Invasion tone. It's a valvey and throaty kind of crunch that responds well to picking and subtle volume changes while allowing your guitar's own character to peak through. We loved the way the Vox changed character from rig to rig. With our old Silvertone it nailed a very convincing AC-30 vibe but through our Blackface Fender Princeton it sounded like Angus Young's Marshalls. This kind of chameleon-like behavior is very refreshing in a piece of inexpensive gear. As an serious overdrive, this is definitely a worthy contender in a world crowded with TS-9s, Fulldrives, and Klons. If your musical tastes gravitate toward the Beatles, the Jam, Oasis, or even The Velvet Underground, I'm sure you'll find a nice home for the Vox Valve-Tone.

EDIT: Beaten.


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Originally Posted by jgbsmith
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#5
Quote by RIPKurt67-94
How much are those things usually?

I don't know an exact amount, but judging from HC reviews, about $75-100 USD.


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Originally Posted by jgbsmith
Guys, guys - put your penises away, we have a lady in the house!