#1
Hey, I'm stuck between these two amps. The main use of the amp is going to be with my Fender Rhodes MK1 because I'm getting a top hat supreme 16 to go with my guitars. I want to know what you guys think the pros and cons are to each amp and which one you guys would go with in my situation. Thanks.
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#2
The Vox just has such a unique sound.
Both amps are aces with me.
Good luck choosing.
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#3
surface level observation: I know both amps put out a fair bit of beautiful cleans, (granted they are very different sounding) but won't the fender have a lot more clean headroom? Isn't that what you should go for if you're putting it with a Rhodes--clean headroom at any volume?
#4
The AC30 behaves a lot like a Class A amp, so if you crank it, before long your rhodes will start breaking up. Now, that actually sounds good if you do it right, and only in certain applications, but if you want a super clean rhodes sound, go for the Twin Reverb or maybe even a Visual Sound Pony.
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#5
Yeah, I'm borrowing an AC30 right now and I really like how I have it set. It's just on the brink of breaking up. I think the twin reverb is too many watts personally. I was using a fender hot rod with the Rhodes but it was just too muddy. Plus, I'm a real big fan of the linkable inputs for top boost and normal mode. Besides, I guess everyone needs an AC30. Thanks for the suggestions guys.
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