#1
I need a smaller practice amp to take around and be able to play more freely just jamming with friends or whatever(I have a 120 watt 2 by 12 combo in mny basement which is a pain to lugg) . I got a deal on a VOX ADV15VT for $166 but I was wondering if I should ahve gotten the DA5 because of better portabilty. I need help becuase taking it back would be as easy as if I didnt get it, then I could get the DA5($110, which would save me more money so i could get a small acoustic amp, like a crate or something). HELPPPPP
#2
No, I'd stick with the AD15VT as it's hybrid and not all digital.


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#3
Quote by JMcG92
No, I'd stick with the AD15VT as it's hybrid and not all digital.


hybrid amps are just a gimic, the tube in the preamp doesn't affect the sound, just find one that sounds good to you, don't worry whether it's tube or SS
#4
Good choice. The AD15 is pretty portable, so don't worry, you made the right choice. It's not like it's heavy.
#5
Not sure about the DA 5, But the DA 20 spanks the Ad series. And the battery capability is great for outdoors.
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