#1
uhh yes

iv come to the conclusion that an ibanez rg321 and a vox ad30vt is what i want


anyone owns either of these?

give me your oh so worthwhile opinion


#2
I've never heard the Ibanez, but I do own the AD30VT. Trust me, you'll like it. If you're like me, and play lots of different styles, with different tones, it'll be good.
#3
I own that vox, It's a good amp. I play a jimmy vaughn strat, sounds good with the amp.
#7
I have the Vox. It kicks major ass. You can play great cleans, classic rock, and yes, even metal.
#8
I have an RG320 (I replaced the bridge pickup) and an AD30VT and it's a good combo. I want to try a Hughes and Kettner Blue, but I doubt it'd do as good as my Vox. Maybe better metal. The AD30VT can get flabby with down tunings. But yeah, it's still a really good amp.
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#9
i've heard its a good guitar for the price and thats about it haha
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#10
I've heard good things about the guitar and am thinking of buying one for down tuning
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#11
Quote by TJM2482
I have the Vox. It kicks major ass. You can play great cleans, classic rock, and yes, even metal.

Yeah, It does all the metal I need with ease.
#12
I recently bought the RG321. I'm pretty new at the guitar, but I like it so far. A lot of people on these boards reccomended it and since it was a hardtail I was sold. As far as tone goes, I honestly don't have anything to compare it to, but I'm happy with it.