#2
i have a microcube i take places with me.. its great for a practice amp
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#3
if your budget isnt a problem, get the 30x...
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#5
isn't the 20x missing alot of goodies? Like I remember something funny about that model, I would stay away if it's the stripped down one. I've heard good things about either the microcube or cube30x though. I would also look into the new Vox XL line of amps while you're at it, they should be similiar priced.
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isn't the 20x missing alot of goodies? Like I remember something funny about that model, I would stay away if it's the stripped down one. I've heard good things about either the microcube or cube30x though. I would also look into the new Vox XL line of amps while you're at it, they should be similiar priced.


Is The vox ad15vt a good amp for metal? (bring me the horizon, parkway drive, pantera, a7x etc.)?
#8
The AD15VT-XL would be the one aimed at higher gain tones. I would try that out along with the Cube, and let your ears decide. If I remember correctly, you'll want to stay away from the Cube 15X and 20X, as they are pretty stripped down. The rest of the line sound pretty good though.
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