#2
I'd charge you around $250 for a tube-driven loop. Prices vary by location and tech, but I don't think anyone would do it for a whole lot less than that. Reasonable range would be about 200-400, and some techs might not even do it because it's a PCB amp and a pain in the ass to mod. From what I remember there's probably enough room inside the chassis, but it would be a tight squeeze with the two channel model model. You could do an external loop, I suppose.
#3
If you're going to spend that much on an amp and then spend more to modify it, then why don't you just buy an amp with an effects loop?
#4
Rockerverb 50 man. Same general tones as the AD (with the gain backed off of course) with the added FX loop and reverb.

Also, I looked into that when I was going to buy the Rocker 30 head instead of the Verb, and a lot of people said that it took a lot away from their tone. So, Idk if itd be worth the risk of losing tone...and the ADs are beautiful amps, I wouldnt want to take a chance.

Thats just me though.

Other than that, theres a lot of external effects loops, but as far as I know they all come before the pre-amp so...
#5
I really like the sound of the AD30. I heard the Rockerverb is a lot more modern sounding and I'm after a more vintage tone. Kinda like 60s psychedelic fuzzy/crunchy sounding. Only thing is I use delay with overdrive a lot and I hate the sound of delay before overdrive. I don't want my tone sucked though.
#7
I got an AC30 but the speakers produced weird harmonics when I turned it up, also the loop on the AC30 is before the preamp. I may just check out the Rockerverb 50 and use it at lower gain settings and run a fuzz through the overdrive channel. Does anyone know if the overdrive channel takes fuzz pedals well when its at lower gain settings?