#1
I recently lost my epiphone les paul custom, fender mexican strat and vox ad30vt amplifier to a house fire. Luckily after putting the two guitars insurance money together, i was able to purchase an American strat. The problem is, i still dont have amp, and need one desperately. I have no money, so the highest amount i could spend wold be the vox ad30vt's list price. Does that amplifier justify such a great guitar? Obviously not, im open to suggestions...Keep vox?
#2
I'm sorry for your lose, not joking either.
Vox is a nice amp though
It's in quite high recommendation for beginners and intermediate players.
I use one too!
I have a Mexican strat as well.
Read the reviews d00d!1!
Oh yeah, and you could always get a second-hand amp?
Last edited by Nameless742 at Nov 27, 2009,
#3
yea i just feel like the vox doesnt do the american strat i have now any justice. i play alot of classic rock, bluesy stuff so that is the type of amp that i would need.
#4
Ah,
Well there are a lot of marshall's out there for around that price.
It's definately the "best" choice out there in it's price range.
It has a some good amp models in it's selection.
Give it a go at the store.
It's a good quality amp and with a few pedals you can get tonnes of tones.

I see where you're coming from, but this amp is really good quality.
I play metal mostly, but i've...DABBLED in Jazz and Blues.
It's versatile.

what was the amp you were using first?
#6
get the vox vt15. its the newer model. it has 22 amp models, 11 more than the vox30vt.
Guitars
Fender American Standard Strat 2008
Burny late 1980's Super Grade RLG-70 Les Paul
Sterling by Musicman JP50
Fender Classic Series 60's tele
Yamaha FS720S
Amp
Roland Microcube
Fender Blues Junior III Humholdt
#7
You could always sell your body and get a MESA.
and if you're really good you can buy me one!