Lately I've been playing out of a practice bass amp, and I'm looking to upgrade to a 'real' amp for gigs and such. I love Vox amps, and have seen people play out of them for anything I'd be looking to play.

I was wondering how it does with pedals, mainly things like fuzz and octave.

Also, I guess I'm looking for warnings or things you think I should know before making the purchase. I'm looking to do this right the first time
Last edited by kevinmca at Aug 20, 2014,
I'd try one before getting it, just to be sure you really like it.

It generally takes pedals well AFAIK though.
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The AC15 and AC30 does great with pedals.
It can be picky with some overdrive pedals.
SD-1 based (As in Boss SD-1) works great IMO with them.
Forget about the Boss DS-1. IMO it sounds like crap, even modded.
Fox Tone Machine sounds wonderful.
Although I am speaking from experience with an AC30.

A Jordan Bosstone fuzz sounds awesome though one.
The Voodoo Labs Super Fuzz is based on the Bosstone.
Last edited by CodeMonk at Aug 20, 2014,
My AC15 sounds good with my big muff and whammy pedals. It takes pedals pretty well.
Try it before you buy it if you can to be sure.