#1
so, I'm looking into getting a new amp for my new guitar, my jackson RR5. how would this amp sound, and would it do my guitar justice? how are the effects, the adjustable wattage? any inherent flaws?

anyhting you can tell me would be great. thanx
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#2
I have the 50 watt version, sounds great I especially like the AC30TB setting.
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#3
aye there pretty good, i love mine
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#6
I have the 30 watt version and its pretty nice. It's got pretty good tone and was a definitely a good purchase for me.
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#7
i've got the 100 and my sister has the 30, both very good. I'm a fan of the black 2x12 model for some nice blues
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#9
I purchased the 30 watt. Sounds great. The effects that come with it are nothing to write home about though.
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#10
<3 my vox amp, so happy I took the advice of people on this site and saved up for one
#12
I have to 30W and love it, great clean tones and great overdrive tones. Also if you like metal, you can get very good metal tones out of it although some people say you can't.
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I have to 30W and love it, great clean tones and great overdrive tones. Also if you like metal, you can get very good metal tones out of it although some people say you can't.

I think what people mean (or at least i hope so) is that if you want an amp strictly for metal, then the vox isn't the best suited compared with some others. But yes it can still do metal fairly well