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Vox Xl series - Very poor amps imo. Very mudddy with sterile cleans. I'd advoid.

Vox DA series- I was quite impressed. THe Vox DA-5 destroys the micro cube. For those in search of a little amp to walk around with heres the answer.

The Da-15 is also very good. So if anyone is just picking up the guitar now or has a buddy picking up get one of these babies for the pricetag of 129 dollars. Fantastic tone for a beginner amp.

Vox Valvetronix- We all know how these go


Michael Kelly Patriot guitars are fantast. An AANJ esque neckjoint on a set in

Beautiful inlays and finish. Great pickups. perfect fretjob. And It was MIK. I was suprised. I have a new perception of korea. Atleast they do something right.
#2
Quote by Ibanez20th

Beautiful inlays and finish. Great pickups. perfect fretjob. And It was MIK. I was suprised. I have a new perception of korea. Atleast they do something right.


Sorry to be off topic, but what exactly did South Korea not do right? No I'm not Korean, I'm just wondering about that phrasing.
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#3
^yeah, south korea was pretty cool, considering that they got the **** ends of a lot of sticks.

And I played a Michael kelly, it was totally awesome.
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#4
I'm completely oblivious to korea outside of guitar manufacturing. Where for the most part they are pretty bad.