#1
Now I take effect with the Vox Tonelab EX Multi with amp low grade sound that bad.
1 I suspect that because of low grade amp. The result was not good.
2 Effects cause the sound of it only. Connected to any amp will sound effect. Or to choose an amplifier.
#2
I am not quite sure what your question is exactly.. Are you asking wheter it is your multifx or your amplifier that causes your "low grade sound"?

Which amp are you using?
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#3
Yes I want to help guide me in this subject and sorry for bad English
My amp is a 10watt amp has overdrive has no name. from China.
#4
Budget and location?

I'm gonna suggest the Hughes & Kettner Tri-amp
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#5
lucky1978 This is because the amp XD.
Hughes & Kettner Tri-amp is more expensive than my budget.
I have a budget under $ 150, such as vox pf15r, fender fm25r, Marshall MG10CF, Orange CR-20L and under budget.
I'm in USA.
I like to play music with the same Hard Rock Rock n Roll band Led Zeppelin.

Help me.
#6
Yes the amp is the problem, all the amps you've listed will likewise give you similar problems.

Buy one of these http://www.musiciansfriend.com/amplifiers-effects/peavey-vypyr-vip-1-20w-1x8-guitar-modeling-combo-amp
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#7
Peavey VYPYR VIP 1 20W very interesting., It sounds like a real Marshall or not help more, I have about this amp.
#8
i've heard that the vip's sound nowhere near as good as the original vypyrs.
TS, go on Guitar Center's used site and you should be able to find a vypyr 30 in budget.
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#9
Check out the Vox VT series on gc's used site.

Also look for a used Epiphone Valve Jr. Its a simple tube amp with great classic rock tone and they're dirt cheap.
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