#1
I have a vox ad100vt and I always use the amp distortion but I really like the big muff fuzz sound too. I've heard that the vox since it is a modeling amp will not take effects well but is there some way I could add a little bit of fuzz to the amps distortion and not sacrifice tone? Thanks
#2
The big muff is the gr8st pedal goin!!!!! Only use it with a clean amp on ur vox like the AC30TB or AC15, somet vintage, as thats wats the big mufff's all about.
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#3
Try one out with your amp.
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#5
basically, but I thought if it wouldn't sound as good maybe I could use it in front of my amps distortion
#6
Use it on the amp's clean channel, not over the amp's distortion.
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Don't be afraid to care"

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#7
i dont see anything wrong with that

im thinkin about getting a vox, are they worth getting?
#9
you can get it to sound pretty good if you play with it,
but definatly do what they said and use it on one of the clean models
gear:
fender mim telecaster w/ some extra stuff
Vox Ad50vt
Vox V847 Wah
Boss OS-2
Keeley Boss DS-1 Ultra
Electro-Harmonix Big Muff Pi USA
MXR Phase 90
Boss CH-1
#10
I find that a teeny bit of overdrive/distortion type effects tend to sound good on my AD30's distorted amps, but you can experiment with that. Vox is a great company, by the way.