#1
right, I want a new amp, and am thinking of getting the Vox AD100-VT. Does anyone think, just straight away, that this is a bad idea. I play blues (Clapton), satchy stuff (Satriani), but also Metallica, will this do the job? Also, is it at all like the Vox Tonelab, cos I played that at the London Guitar Show, and LOVED it, and if it is, then thats the end of this......
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#2
The vox is a very good amp, although it doesnt sound good with effects pedals, but if you want that good british warm distortion, then go for it
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#3
i have a VOX AD30, it's pretty good, i think it's the same as the AD100 except a lot smalles, it comes with some good effects too.
#4
Quote by SG6578
The vox is a very good amp, although it doesnt sound good with effects pedals, but if you want that good british warm distortion, then go for it



I'm going to diagree, the smaller ad series amps don't have an effects loop, and the AD100VT does, from the time i've played an AD100VT with effects it actually sounds quite good
#5
will it get recto type tones?
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#6
^ recto tones on a vox, I'm no expert, but I think not, dont take my word on t tho... maybe I'm wrong
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#7
It's a modelling amp, I'd at least expect that it has a recto model. How good it sounds, I can't really say.
#8
The recto sound is rather fizzy and loose. If you want tight and defined crunch you need to do some pedal and speaker swap magic.
#9
^Or you can use the Soldano model. Or the JCM800 model.