#1
The Vox AD100VT
Is it a loud enough un miced gig amp?
Hows The Quality?(loudness clearness)
Would it be good for punk style music and alternative
Personal Experiences would be good to and anything else i should know?
#3
You will be just fine with the AD100VT gigging. I would even suggest downgrading to the AD50VT and getting some nice accessories for yourself. You could also order a 2x12 cab for it from Avatar speakers (www.avatarspeakers.com) with the money you save. For speakers, I would suggest two Vintage 30s (60 watts each) or two Hellatone 60s.

I have no problem getting over drums with my AD15VT in a close space. There are some issues with speaker troubles for some owners (Dirk Gently, that I remember, on the forums here). If this occurs, I would again suggest something along the lines of a Celestion speaker.
#4
Ya that is plenty for gigs. I have the 100 watt head version. It will work really well for punk stuff. I use it for hardcore and its got enough gain. I think you would need a pedal for super heavy metal though. You could do some metal with it.
#5
yea....what cab should i buy and what will i need to buy to hook up the cab to the head......how much.....and yea....
does it still apply to this amp that if its 50 watts then itll be around double?
#6
Look into the Vox cab if you want it matching. If not, order and Avatar cab and get it loaded with celestions. If you get the combo, you won't need a cab but you could always get a 212 cab to go under it and make it a half stack. If you get the head then you do need a cab and just do what I said before. The stack or the combo with 212 cab is going to end up being more expensive than jsut the 212 combo. I think the 212 combo runs about $550 if I remember correctly. The Head and Cab are going to run about $700-800.
#8
nope, the loudness is about the same as other solid states, largely due to only having 1 tube in the pre-amp.
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#9
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It will still be plenty loud.
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#10
Surprisingly enough, the guy above me is right. As stated in my first post in this thread, my AD15VT gets over drums easily. Still keeps decent tonal quality too.
#11
whats the point of the extra cab?
will the cab be in use with the speaker in the combo so a total of three speakers?
does anyone use the 50 for shows?