#1
I'm getting sick of my Vox Pathfinder 15R's terrible overdrive/distortion sound, even through a Boss MT-2 (Metal Zone)..so I think its time for a new amp. Do you guys have any recommendations? I love the metal tones of Children of Bodom, Arch Enemy, and In Flames...but an amp that was good at rock/blues too would be even better. Thanks.
#3
Roland Cube. Great for metal, and you can coax some very nice bluesy/jazzy tones out of it. General rock tones aren't too hot though.
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#4
Yea I'd say a roland cube.
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#5
Vox Valvetronix is pretty good. Not as good as the cube series for metal but it beats them in just about everything else.
#7
the 60 or micro are your best bets and if ur gunna go weith vox go 50 watt plus
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#8
Save up for the 60, it's worth it.
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#9
I'd say go with a Vox Valvetronix and some sort of distortion pedal. It'll have a better clean/rock/blues sound and almost as good of a distortion. I'd only reccomned the CUbe to someone who is playing straight hard rock/metal, and judging by your avatar, you are not. (For all the cube fanboys, I'm not dissing the cube it just doesn't have as good of a sound for Clean/Rock/Blues.)
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