#1
Which amp is better for playing Maiden, JP, Metallica, Megadeth, AC/DC, Ozzy, Motorhead, VH, & Motley, etc. 85% of the time, and more traditional classic rock stuff the rest of the time? I don't like the super-heavy nu-metal stuff.

Thanks.
#3
Also, can you hook up OD/Distortion pedals to these modelling amps....or do you not need to?
#4
Quote by Eddie NYC
Also, can you hook up OD/Distortion pedals to these modelling amps....or do you not need to?

well, first of call you can do it. i haven't tested my AD50VT with an OD/distortion pedal yet but according to a lot of other members on this site modelling amps do not sound good with them, from what i gather you get a very soggy messy tone...
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Laney VC30-112 with G12H30 speaker, or Session Rockette 30 for smaller gigs
Elixir Nanoweb 11-49 strings, Dunlop Jazz III XL picks
Shure SM57 mic in front of the amp
#5
I can get really good old school metal tones out of my AD30VT, and still get the awesome low gain and clean tones with the other models. From what I understand, the XL amps don't have as nice cleans.
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Vox AD30VT
Fender Champion 600
Dunlop wah
Danelectro Cool Cat fuzz
#6
Quote by Eddie NYC
Also, can you hook up OD/Distortion pedals to these modelling amps....or do you not need to?


My AD30VT sounds good with my overdrive pedal, sounds terrible with my distortion pedal.
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