#1
ive been looking for a good multi fx pedal, mostly cuz ill never be able to afford individual pedals, i have a pretty tight budget, and everyone seems to love the g3, i was wondering how a vox ac15 will take it? i mostly need chorus, flanger, phaser, delay, distortion (if the top boost channel isnt enough) do you think this amp will sound good with that pedal? any other suggestions?
#2
The AC15 can take pedals pretty well.
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#3
An AC15 can take anything. What an AC15 can do is illegal in some states.
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#4
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What an AC15 can do is illegal in some states.

You only have 6 of them. Try figuring out what can and can't be done in 50 states -.-

To put it simply:

"Meatwad: Hey you guys, did you say that it would be easy to get whatever I want, like a ten speed, because that's what I really want.
Ignignokt: Getting it is easy. Filling it with illegal substances and sending it across the border is not.
Err: Yeah, see, those dogs, they can smell ANYTHING. So you gotta kick 'em in the throat. "

Anyways, back to the OT. TS, your amp will take any pedals quite well. It still won't turn your processor into a true-bypass toan masheen though. Use it for now, pedals will come with time.
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