#1
Ok so i'm getting a new amp soon, whenever i get enough money, it's between the vox ad30vt and the Roland cube 30x. I'm looking for reliablitlity, ease of use and mainly sound quality and versiality. I play a lot of stuff from jazz to hard rock, blues and pop. I'm not interested in metal or screamo or anything like that though. So anyone who owns either or anyone who wants to give there opinion, please, fire away!
#2
dude, i own i vox ad50vt and it ****ing rocks, it can play heavy shit and blues and jazz so go for the vox
#4
Well the general rule of this is: if you like classic rock/blues type music go with the vox. If you like metal go with the cube.

In my opinion, the vox can handle anything well, even metal (but ur not interested in that). For the music you have said, the vox is the amp for you, hands down!
#5
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Both sound goods, but the Cube is way way more versatile.

Explain, in detail.
#6
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Explain, in detail.


The reason is because he has one and doesnt want to big up the rival amp. I think the vox is way more versatile - more effects & better amp models.
#8
The Vox in your case.

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#9
I think the cube would be the best, its vrsatility is unmatched, it can go from Death Metal to beutifl, clear accoustic...

the vox struggles with the high gain stuff, I can speak from experience with both...
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#10
Vox.

Not that it really matters, but for what it's worth, I was playing some Joe Satriani stuff yesterday and I could get his tone SPOT ON with my Vox. I couldn't even get that with the JSX

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I think the cube would be the best, its vrsatility is unmatched, it can go from Death Metal to beutifl, clear accoustic...

the vox struggles with the high gain stuff, I can speak from experience with both...


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#12
I liked them both (the 50w and 60w models of the vox and roland in order) when I tried them out the other day, it really comes down to if you want a british or american voiced amp.

I was probably going to get the vox, until my dad helped me get a line 6 valve 112 40w tube amp.
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#13
a plus about the vox, you can change the wattage on the back, so you can crank and still play pretty quiet.
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#14
^ Its soild state, You want the most wattage the amp can produce since there are no power tube to over drive.
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#15
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^ Its soild state, You want the most wattage the amp can produce since there are no power tube to over drive.


Vox uses a 12ax7 in the power amp section, it's a hybrid. Cube is total SS. That said, if you can find a used or better, new, vox ad60vt, it blows any Cube and Vox chrome series (ad30/50/100) outta the water.