#1
I found a cheap vox valvetronix at my local guitar store and I was wondering just about how old it was. I dont know if they made any other models of these that had less effects or amp models on them longer ago. If anyone knows about older valvetronix amps then i would appreciate your input.
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#2
There's the ADxxVT series which are the older Valvetronix models. The newer VT series sounds alot better.
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#3
The ADxxVT is the older model and the VT is the newer model. The VT has more effects, amp models and more banks for saving patches. U can save up to 8 different sounds. The VT also has better higher gain amp models.
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#4
The amp i was looking at had about 10 effects and about 10 amp models. Do you know which that would be?
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#6
I prefer the tones of the ADxxxVT series. They sounded warmer and less digital to me.
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I prefer the tones of the ADxxxVT series. They sounded warmer and less digital to me.

this.

I liked the older valvetronix better. The new ones sounded really fizzy to me.
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#8
If your talking about 5 years ago I thought the AD50VT was probably the best one. Then they came out with the AD**VT-XL which I didn't like at all. Now it's the VT . More fx now then then, but like the others have said didn't seem so digital.
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The amp i was looking at had about 10 effects and about 10 amp models. Do you know which that would be?


thats the older model. the ADxxVT. How many watts was it? If it was 15 watts its AD15VT, if it's 30 watts it's AD30VT and so on.
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#10
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thats the older model. the ADxxVT. How many watts was it? If it was 15 watts its AD15VT, if it's 30 watts it's AD30VT and so on.


it was 15 wat
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