#1
im thinking about a roland microcube but i heard that a vox ad15vtxl is good

can u guys help me

i play metal and alternative rock
#3
i got a vox not the one your talking about i dont think, its a vox valve, there nice if you like classic rock, i told the guy that what i play and he took me right to the vox, so if thats your thing go with the vox man
#4
i don't know for sure but i heard the Valvetronix XLs are a bit disappointing really. The original Valvetronix is capable of getting a good metal tone if you know how to use it, but i'd say the cube would be the best bet.
I like analogue Solid State amps that make no effort to be "tube-like", and I'm proud of it...

...A little too proud, to be honest.
#5
vox. try them, and you'll agree.
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#6
i have a valve there is one good medal setting, i dont play metal so i dont really strive to get a good metal sounds, but honestly all bias aside, if you like classic rock or just plan old rock and roll a vox is the way to go
#8
I have to say the vox ad15vtxl, only cause I played the non xl version (non metal) and it was sweet. I officially trust Vox and will back them up anytime
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