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Vox AD15VT

Modelling Combo Guitar Amp from Vox belonging to the Valvetronix AD series.

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Vox AD15VTPublished on 12/30/10 at 06:41
Originally written by vincent95000 on Audiofanzine FR.

- Amplification technology (tube, solid state, ...)?
Tube/solid state hybrid

- Output power?
15 watts (in theory), but I used to have a 30-watt Evans before and it wasn't louder.

- Connections?
Guitar input
Line/phones out
Footswitch connector

- Controls, effects, etc.? ...
11 Preamps
11 effects (auto-wah, compressor, phaser, flanger, reverb, delay, chorus, rotary, tremolo)


UTILIZATION

Is it easy to get the right sound?
You'll easily get a good sound. All 11 preamps allow you to get any imaginable sound, from clean to high gain.
Good-quality effects but sometimes difficult to...…
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Originally written by vincent95000 on Audiofanzine FR.

- Amplification technology (tube, solid state, ...)?
Tube/solid state hybrid

- Output power?
15 watts (in theory), but I used to have a 30-watt Evans before and it wasn't louder.

- Connections?
Guitar input
Line/phones out
Footswitch connector

- Controls, effects, etc.? ...
11 Preamps
11 effects (auto-wah, compressor, phaser, flanger, reverb, delay, chorus, rotary, tremolo)


UTILIZATION

Is it easy to get the right sound?
You'll easily get a good sound. All 11 preamps allow you to get any imaginable sound, from clean to high gain.
Good-quality effects but sometimes difficult to set: you get only one control to set the three parameters of each effect...

Is the user's manual clear and comprehensive? ...
No manual was provided with the product. Except for a card explaining how to store presets (two presets max.) and the three parameters of each effect...
But the online PDF manual is very useful and comprehensive.


SOUNDS

Does it fit your music style?
Yes, although I'll play anything (rock, metal, jazz, reggae, hard rock, classic rock, RHCP, RATM, ...)
You'll easily find a preset for each style.
Visit the Valvetronix.net website with hundreds of presets!

Which guitar, bass or effects do you use?
I play a '77 American Fender Telecaster.
I also use a Boss DS-A distortion pedal

What kind of sounds do you get and which settings do you use ("crystal-clear", "fat", ...)?
The preamps works very progressively from clean to high gain. This amp is very versatile, and you'll easily find the sound you want...

Which sounds do you prefer / hate?
The clean sound is excellent! I often use it with the compressor.
Sometimes, the distortion sound is not precise enough (it sounds like noise...).

The effects are ok except for the wah-wah.


OVERALL OPINION

How long have you been using it?
Almost seven months.

Which feature do you like the most / the least?
+ Versatility
- Setting of effects is not very practical...

Did you try any of other models before buying this one?
I tried out the AD30VT. It's the same product but with 30 watts (too expensive...). I also tried out the Line 6 Spider (typical metal sound, not versatile enough for me...)

How would you rate its value for money?
Excellent.
The 11 preamps and effects allow you to save money since you won't have to buy stomp boxes!

Based on your experience, would you buy this product again? ...
Yes, it's a very good amp: you'll have lots of fun and get a good sound!

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Dish1Dish1

Vox AD15VTPublished on 04/10/07 at 13:48
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
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USE

I tried this amp with a friend just after you test a small fender Champs 110 transistor. I realized the test with a fender US.
It is rare that I am unpleasant with the hardware but then I have found no positive this amp. No me, no veritable sound (this may be the goal of this type of amp modlisation). Ple of copy vritables amp lamps.
I quickly rebranch jack on the small fender to it, without being a pearl, displays his nervousness aussitt her slamming his personality. In short, between Cygnus 100 euros (the fender) and horror nine 250 euros, there is no photos. I would advise even a beginner guitarist of his austres without these effects (so cold!) To...…
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USE

I tried this amp with a friend just after you test a small fender Champs 110 transistor. I realized the test with a fender US.
It is rare that I am unpleasant with the hardware but then I have found no positive this amp. No me, no veritable sound (this may be the goal of this type of amp modlisation). Ple of copy vritables amp lamps.
I quickly rebranch jack on the small fender to it, without being a pearl, displays his nervousness aussitt her slamming his personality. In short, between Cygnus 100 euros (the fender) and horror nine 250 euros, there is no photos. I would advise even a beginner guitarist of his austres without these effects (so cold!) To play with a real unique mrs. When the effects, it is better to buy some good pedals or even a TC electronic OCCAZ for 200 euros (Who, even very fragile, gives you subtle reverbs and dlays!)

SONORITS

Horrible! Freezing!

NOTICE GLOBAL

When I think Vox sound mastery lamp crunch with its mythical sries, why bet bones of these Valvetronix? A phone marcketing?
Quickly resell this thing and you pay a small combo Cygnus lamp! (Junior Blues eg mmmmhhhh has played itself!)
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zoufliamzoufliam

Vox AD15VTPublished on 06/04/07 at 04:47
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Go even lower ;;

USE

Nan ago 36000 buttons around half of which are not that much, there is no good sound ..

SONORITS

The "lamp" does absolutely nothing, it's just a commercial argument con.

NOTICE GLOBAL

Bad .. not much to say.
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Ph1lbyPh1lby

An exellent price / quality ratio

Vox AD15VTPublished on 07/19/12 at 13:54
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
A lamp preamp, 15 w, effects: chorus, comp, delay, reverb, flanger, auto wah, phaser, rotary

UTILIZATION

Very easy to use. The manual is very helpful somewhat enjoyable. Switcher pedal sold separately for the two channels and programmable effects bypapasser

SOUNDS

This amp is extremely versatile, despite the small size of HP, it has very low current, which will suit the jazz to metal. The most convincing simulation are: tweed, AC30TB, 80 uk, boutique OD. The UK's modern tros rough, granular, not pleasant to the ear, however the U.S. high gain is interesting, it emulates a famous Soldano and you spit an approaching his first album of metallica.une video using this simulation :
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A lamp preamp, 15 w, effects: chorus, comp, delay, reverb, flanger, auto wah, phaser, rotary

UTILIZATION

Very easy to use. The manual is very helpful somewhat enjoyable. Switcher pedal sold separately for the two channels and programmable effects bypapasser

SOUNDS

This amp is extremely versatile, despite the small size of HP, it has very low current, which will suit the jazz to metal. The most convincing simulation are: tweed, AC30TB, 80 uk, boutique OD. The UK's modern tros rough, granular, not pleasant to the ear, however the U.S. high gain is interesting, it emulates a famous Soldano and you spit an approaching his first album of metallica.une video using this simulation :
The big highlight is the cleans, and quite warm with lots of bass, effects chorus, flanger and phaser are not good quality (at the same time one of these pedal effect costs the price of the amp). The reverb is good. However, after having played a lot of time on any lights, the sound seems "plastic" and flat, and there is virtually no particularly dynamic, that is to say that it is impossible to really change the intensity and volume as a function of right hand attacks. But the advantage of this vagueness is that it masks some errors, unlike a lamp that will prove intractable on this point.

OVERALL OPINION

I have this amp for over 6 years ... He's seen all the colors, shock, rain ... it sputters a little at times but then you suddenly turn the volume knob and it goes again. I bought a small night train lamps, just to slam lack of anything better so I turn to this amp, which surprised me a replay, especially in the clear. It is more robust and better sound level as his successor, VT15, which relies on the number of emulation at the expense of sound quality. The extent of the sound palette is available in a perfect amp for beginners and unwind, it is also easily transportable and can do concerts in small venues. (Beware of people bcp on guitar forums-that systematically minimize the power amps, saying stuff like "15 watt will not enter group")
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Vox
  • Model: AD15VT
  • Series: Valvetronix AD
  • Category: Modelling Combo Guitar Amps
  • Added in our database on: 11/29/2004

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