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Came last night, and damn I like this little amp A LOT!

My local Guitar Center said they don't stock them anymore. Special order only. So I bought it online, it was $119 with free shipping. They didn't even charge me sales tax, which I think they were supposed to do since they have stores here in Texas.

The amp has a killer sound, is tiny and seems really well built. If you are looking for a practice amp to use around the house, you could do a whole lot worse. This little guy has my vote
Last edited by gigem at Nov 17, 2007,
#2
I share your feelings
the Vox Pathfinder is a great little amp, hell I even take it to small gigs where I don't feel like lugging around my heavy as hell 2x12 and I get even comments on how sweet and vintage vibed my tone is
one guy even said he recalled the AC15 to be much larger than that..
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#3
it's a nice practice amp for vintage tones, yeah. My only concern is you can get one of those all-tube 5-watters for very little more...
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