#2
probably. my DS-1 and vox15vt hit tool before.
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#3
yea it will be able to. IMO the metal muff can handle anything from about hard rock to metal. But once the distortion goes below... about 10' oclock it doesnt sound that great, but everything else sounds great on it. And the vox will give you a decent tone too
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#5
Well it won't be tight enough for metal, but what other stuff do you play?

The AC15 is more aimed at classic rock and stuff like that.
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#6
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Well it won't be tight enough for metal, but what other stuff do you play?

The AC15 is more aimed at classic rock and stuff like that.


even with the metal muff and some eq'ing?

and at the moment it's really just tool and some pink floydey noodly stuff.
#7
Well the amp itself isn't made to handle that music, it won't sound that good for Tool.

I'd get some other amp, like a Marshall DSL401 instead.
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#8
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Well the amp itself isn't made to handle that music, it won't sound that good for Tool.

I'd get some other amp, like a Marshall DSL401 instead.


DSLs in my opinion sound pretty bad.
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#9
well if a dsl sounds worse for metal to you than a vox ac, you have a very strange ear for tone. but you're entitled to your own opinion. an ENGL thunder or screamer would be worth a look if you're in the UK. if you're in the US then a B-52 AT-112 gets highly recommended for high gain stuff
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