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  • JeffyJeffy

    Vox AD30VTPublished on 12/11/04 at 10:37
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    All told adj t

    USE

    The whole is rather easy to use manual not really need to sound this amp
    be good even when reconnatre for parametrer c effects a little laborious when same!
    with a few pots and more it would have been perfect.

    SONORITS

    Good to c the strong point of this amp
    we must be honest who does not see the difference between this amp and an all-tube amp 1500euros
    must: switch off the music right away, but good for the price I do not think we could do better
    you can feel the warm sound lamp with the grain. I tried nearly all the small little amps in its price range and must reconnatre he is above see well above
    if you are like me, you have to play low volume i…
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    All told adj t

    USE

    The whole is rather easy to use manual not really need to sound this amp
    be good even when reconnatre for parametrer c effects a little laborious when same!
    with a few pots and more it would have been perfect.

    SONORITS

    Good to c the strong point of this amp
    we must be honest who does not see the difference between this amp and an all-tube amp 1500euros
    must: switch off the music right away, but good for the price I do not think we could do better
    you can feel the warm sound lamp with the grain. I tried nearly all the small little amps in its price range and must reconnatre he is above see well above
    if you are like me, you have to play low volume in a small apartment on pain of divorce or conflict with neighbors and therefore only all-tube amp, which deserves to push the volume to do breathing, is avoid then I highly recommend this amp
    30 w is more than enough to type a beef between pot enough (just be that the 50 watts would be more appropriate but 30 w spit a lot when even)
    the effects are of very good quality noise gate very effective
    but as there are no effects loop you can not add multi effect on pain of having a pan of its output (I try it with the ME 50 boss what disappointment!)
    by against all that get little before the amp is welcome
    I give you my gear: compressor outlet, 535Q wah, tube factor h & k, and the amp
    has done little and have good sound low volume.Bon c the tube distortion factor is also something!
    I put 7 for Audible quality (9 relative price)

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    Most
    effects of very good qualitbr /> sounds very interesting
    the look (a very nice amp c)
    Least
    hp is not of the same quality as the 60Watts (AD60)
    rglage the effects could be simpler with 2 knobs and more
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  • sbastien6229sbastien6229

    Very good price / quality

    Vox AD30VTPublished on 11/16/14 at 08:42
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    Mix with a modeling lamp amp if I'm wrong.
    Two independent channels (modeling, EQ and effects).
    No effects loop.
    Otherwise everything has already been said in other reviews.

    UTILIZATION

    Configuration fairly easy.
    Two memory presets, Personal is a bit tight. Another shortcoming is that it does not know the original position of the knobs presets (so you have a little grope for change)

    SOUNDS

    I play a little of everything: jazz, pop, rock, funk metal ... except with an Epiphone Dot. I use all the sounds (from factory presets including modified dosage effects) except for high gain sounds.

    Average effects and reverb a little invasive. However this little enough t…
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    Mix with a modeling lamp amp if I'm wrong.
    Two independent channels (modeling, EQ and effects).
    No effects loop.
    Otherwise everything has already been said in other reviews.

    UTILIZATION

    Configuration fairly easy.
    Two memory presets, Personal is a bit tight. Another shortcoming is that it does not know the original position of the knobs presets (so you have a little grope for change)

    SOUNDS

    I play a little of everything: jazz, pop, rock, funk metal ... except with an Epiphone Dot. I use all the sounds (from factory presets including modified dosage effects) except for high gain sounds.

    Average effects and reverb a little invasive. However this little enough to color his or her base is closer to the sound of his favorite artists. I do not know if it is compatible pedal
    The HP 10 is quite low in the draft, I understand those who wish.

    OVERALL OPINION

    For 5 or 6 years. Only at home or some cattle / rpeter. Lent to a friend for small scenes. I played on the wrong Marschall (Valvestate) as good (JCM 800 and 900), Fender (Twin Reverb) or Roland Jazz Chorus (top).

    So to summarize: a good little amp sound flattering, ideal for home and powerful enough to repeat with no nags musicians. Lightweight and full not need external pedals if you're not too demanding (two channels with two different sounds).
    Two defects: hp draft and only two memories for personal settings.

    I would do this choice, quality / great price (at the time).
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  • lugduweblugduweb

    Very good amp for beginners electric guitar

    Vox AD30VTPublished on 01/11/13 at 16:52
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    30 Watts (max adjustable back with a potentiometer)
    Comes with a footswitch (bundled)
    Modeling of sounds corresponding to different amp types:
    Shop-CL Dumble Overdrive Special Clean Channel
    Black-2x12 Fender Blackface Twin Reverb '65
    Tweed Bassman 4x10 '59 Fender Tweed
    '62 Vox AC15 AC15-
    AC30TB-Vox AC30 Top Boost '63
    UK-70s Marshall JTM-45 or '65 Marshall 100W Super Lead (plexi) '68
    UK-80s Marshall JCM800 100W '83
    UK-Modern 2000 '01 Marshall JCM 2000
    UK-numetal Mesa Boogie Dual Rectifier '01
    -US HiGain Mesa Boogie Mark IV '94
    Dumble Overdrive OD-Boutique Overdrive Special Channel

    Effects: reverb, delay, reverb rotary, tremolo reverb, flanger reverb, chorus rever…
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    30 Watts (max adjustable back with a potentiometer)
    Comes with a footswitch (bundled)
    Modeling of sounds corresponding to different amp types:
    Shop-CL Dumble Overdrive Special Clean Channel
    Black-2x12 Fender Blackface Twin Reverb '65
    Tweed Bassman 4x10 '59 Fender Tweed
    '62 Vox AC15 AC15-
    AC30TB-Vox AC30 Top Boost '63
    UK-70s Marshall JTM-45 or '65 Marshall 100W Super Lead (plexi) '68
    UK-80s Marshall JCM800 100W '83
    UK-Modern 2000 '01 Marshall JCM 2000
    UK-numetal Mesa Boogie Dual Rectifier '01
    -US HiGain Mesa Boogie Mark IV '94
    Dumble Overdrive OD-Boutique Overdrive Special Channel

    Effects: reverb, delay, reverb rotary, tremolo reverb, flanger reverb, chorus reverb, chorus, delay, comp chorus, phaser comp, comp, auto wah
    Tap Edit, bypass

    Adjustment potentiometers: Gain, Volume, Treble, middle, bass
    Ability to save two sounds and the footswitch to control or adjust the sound manually

    UTILIZATION

    The configuration of the amplifier is quite simple which makes it a perfect amp for beginners.
    Manual: downloadable on the internet.

    Two defects:
    -The sound volume is quite variable between different amp models and it is sometimes difficult to have two sounds with a homogeneous volume.
    One is forced to choose a type of amplifier that can duplicate an effects pedal. In this case we must take the Black 2x12 is the most neutral.

    SOUNDS

    It covers different types of sounds thanks to the amp models:

    Guitars used: Aria Pro II Mad axis ST-01-3D Epiphone Les Paul Studio Gibson Les Paul Studio Faded, Fender Stratocaster SRV signing.

    I mostly use the sounds Black 2x12, Tweed 4x1, AC15, AC30, UK70 UK80 and.
    Music: Rock, Blues, Funk

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have this amp for 5 years and I think I will soon change now that I want to explore a little more amp models in my effects pedal.
    I got a Park before (10W), which was not really great.
    The price / quality ratio is excellent.
    I definitely recommend it for beginners.
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  • Fasol21Fasol21

    A good amp

    Vox AD30VTPublished on 04/28/12 at 07:53
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    Tube preamp, amp transistor.

    The small spits his father 30W more than well! (Even very good), if you do not want to play with the knobs just turned the volume (not to adjust its super sound), there is a button that reduces the power back, which is great!

    The knobs from left to right: selection of amp simulation, gain, volume, treble, middle, bass, effects, and the overall volume

    For effects, is something to please: Chorus, Phaser, Reverb, autowah, compressor, tremolo and so on, in short it is the VOX

    Level connectivity, a jack, a line out and headphone jack in "big jack" (I include, it must be of 5.1)

    UTILIZATION

    The configuration is quite simple, I quickly understood…
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    Tube preamp, amp transistor.

    The small spits his father 30W more than well! (Even very good), if you do not want to play with the knobs just turned the volume (not to adjust its super sound), there is a button that reduces the power back, which is great!

    The knobs from left to right: selection of amp simulation, gain, volume, treble, middle, bass, effects, and the overall volume

    For effects, is something to please: Chorus, Phaser, Reverb, autowah, compressor, tremolo and so on, in short it is the VOX

    Level connectivity, a jack, a line out and headphone jack in "big jack" (I include, it must be of 5.1)

    UTILIZATION

    The configuration is quite simple, I quickly understood how it worked, we easily get a good sound!

    Not having had the manual I can not say anything (but must be on the internet). It may prove useful for adjusting effects and presets.

    SOUNDS

    This amp is well suited to my style of music, the amp models are just EXCELLENT! Clean / AC30 / 4x10 Tweed and Company: slamming are obtained clean or clean creamy.

    Then continuing to turn the knob, we will do the overdrive voltage such British rock of the 70s. A treat!

    When we continue, we go towards the good that send distos steak!

    I play with a Epiphone Les Paul Standard Plain Top, and the association with this amp is going very well!

    Sometimes I connect my Takamine electro-acoustic to enjoy the reverb or other effects (this is not an acoustic amp but it's OK with honors)

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use this amp for over a year, I tested the Peavey and Fender amps. I hesitated between the one and a small tube amp Ibanez very punchy, but I finally cracked the VOX for its panel of its greatly enlarged.

    For the price / quality ratio, compared to what I saw, it's downright unbeatable purchase as it looks!
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  • MGR/Born in the \'50\'sMGR/Born in the \'50\'s

    Vox AD30VT

    Vox AD30VTPublished on 11/17/04 at 15:00
    I bought this amp from Nicholson music in Folsom, CA and paid $239.00. Nicholson is my local music supply store and offered the same price as Guitar Center.

    Since I could only afford one amplifier I looked at all available 30 watt amps. I was looking for warm tone with some decent effects. Once I was turned on to the Vox AD30VT I was pleasantly surprised by the warmth of the amp and its features. It models eleven amps in both preset and manual mode. Therefore one can modify any attribute of the setup. There are eleven effects - seven are combinations. The guitarist can adjust the "amount" of effect with a knob. There is also a noise reduction setting the guitarist can adjust when playing a…
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    I bought this amp from Nicholson music in Folsom, CA and paid $239.00. Nicholson is my local music supply store and offered the same price as Guitar Center.

    Since I could only afford one amplifier I looked at all available 30 watt amps. I was looking for warm tone with some decent effects. Once I was turned on to the Vox AD30VT I was pleasantly surprised by the warmth of the amp and its features. It models eleven amps in both preset and manual mode. Therefore one can modify any attribute of the setup. There are eleven effects - seven are combinations. The guitarist can adjust the "amount" of effect with a knob. There is also a noise reduction setting the guitarist can adjust when playing a single coil pickup or using high gain.

    I would prefer to have each of the effects independent of one another. That way I could invoke each one singly or in any combination I choose.

    Very solid unit. It has a metal grate front one would think would rattle but it doesn't.

    Cool amp. It requires reading the manual (really!) but it is simple to operate. I'd buy it again.

    This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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  • hhub17hhub17

    nice and quiet for the neighbors

    Vox AD30VTPublished on 12/30/11 at 07:38
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    tube preamp, power amp transistor.
    30watts that sound, but a gear on the back (knob) which reduces the racket, as if we had a 10Watt, you can put in background without disturbing the neighbors. Well, there is also a headphone jack for the silence and smashes the eardrums.
    just connect: an input jack, a line-out jack, a footswitch jack.
    settings and effects from left to right:
    - Selectors amp models (Marshall imitation etc.).
    - Gain
    - Volume
    - Treble / middle / low
    - Effects selector (one at a time of self whah to reverb through the tremolo, phaser etc.). Good troubleshooting, not at a super effective and adjustable pro, but does not sound practical and too bad.
    - Master vo…
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    tube preamp, power amp transistor.
    30watts that sound, but a gear on the back (knob) which reduces the racket, as if we had a 10Watt, you can put in background without disturbing the neighbors. Well, there is also a headphone jack for the silence and smashes the eardrums.
    just connect: an input jack, a line-out jack, a footswitch jack.
    settings and effects from left to right:
    - Selectors amp models (Marshall imitation etc.).
    - Gain
    - Volume
    - Treble / middle / low
    - Effects selector (one at a time of self whah to reverb through the tremolo, phaser etc.). Good troubleshooting, not at a super effective and adjustable pro, but does not sound practical and too bad.
    - Master volume.
    In addition, or rather in front of these knobs, are various buttons that switch A / B (clear / distortion) and manual or preset amp.
    A little tricky to handle, we can meet if we do not blunder, with his death that kills you not looking at all, such as super distophaser you want to play forbidden games.

    UTILIZATION

    The setup is so simple that "we branch, we play." Is the price of the possibilities of this contraption, rather complicated after all.
    The manual is on the internet, I have not really had a look, I plug in, I change the channel when it goes wrong, and I play mostly flat year so I watch out the power reduction.
    This gives a good sound easy, but if we look for the little beast and / or super sound quality, it is better to buy effects, a multi-effects or out on a computer with sound processing.
    That said, I prefer this amp overruns to those of the Line6 Toneport, so I take the line out, I plug the Toneport to register these sounds there.

    SOUNDS

    Suits my style of music: DIY house, so things are going well.
    Which types of sound: a little all that comes to hand, it will also, it is very versatile, it is ideal to look for her and losing her to spend the afternoon setting effect, instead of actually playing.
    I play it with all my guitars or almost: strato, Godin, classic (with a Micro Piezo € 30), and 12-string folk piezo. When I said you can waste time on it ...
    I like the saturation, not too clean sounds (benefit Toneport and headphone).

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have over 4 / 5 years I have tried one or two others, and it's versatility and the price for the opportunity I was seduced. After he does not move, followed two different paths and car moves without flinching and reliable running.
    What I love most: the versatility and value.
    The least: I would like to have a bin or even Orange amp Mark Knopler, but it's not the same price, and would perhaps learn to play rather than tinkering!
    Value: + + +
    With experience, I would invest perhaps in a more "all lamps" for the clean and smooth distortion Supreme, but otherwise I think it has not too many competitors, the Fender are more recent but a little expensive, but Line6's a good reference, a Toneport or Pod sound good on it as well.
    Otherwise, I would buy the same at the same price ...
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  • lagrellelagrelle

    Vox AD30VTPublished on 10/24/04 at 06:33
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    Amp modlisation 30 W lamp with a 12 AX7 in pramp.
    11 amp simulations (Fender, Vox, Marshall, Recto, SLO 100) more than 11 effects, EQUAL 3 bands, 2 volumes and a gain. At the rear was a rducteur power ranging from 0.1 W 30 W, a footswitch jack and a line out / headphones that automatically cuts the HP.

    UTILIZATION

    It's so easy to iutilisation I did not need a manual, besides y'en not Franais.
    There's just select the amp, Galis, push the gain and master volume and pramp.
    Be careful, it can also rgler the "power level" the rear.
    It's really easy to use trs, refining effects thanks to the edit buttons, tap and bypass is quick and childish

    SOUNDS

    I've had three day…
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    Amp modlisation 30 W lamp with a 12 AX7 in pramp.
    11 amp simulations (Fender, Vox, Marshall, Recto, SLO 100) more than 11 effects, EQUAL 3 bands, 2 volumes and a gain. At the rear was a rducteur power ranging from 0.1 W 30 W, a footswitch jack and a line out / headphones that automatically cuts the HP.

    UTILIZATION

    It's so easy to iutilisation I did not need a manual, besides y'en not Franais.
    There's just select the amp, Galis, push the gain and master volume and pramp.
    Be careful, it can also rgler the "power level" the rear.
    It's really easy to use trs, refining effects thanks to the edit buttons, tap and bypass is quick and childish

    SOUNDS

    I've had three days so I have not tried everything.
    For cleans, the Fender sound superbly, with a small chorus rverbe or so, my ESP Start out superb sounds smooth, it's a rgal.
    The distos are good, the prsence a lamp makes it all enjoyable trs ear, frankly you would not think of modlisation.
    On distos shoots well, is that the simulations front and SLO, the original grain is well respected but it is with these sounds that discovering the weak point of the rel amp: the speaker!
    The 1O-inch Celestion's good plain, but is struggling to collect the palm mute distortion, the obviousness does not like the bass, even low volume and keeping the serious race put on amp, the hp dgueule, I dare not imagine with serious substance and high volume ...
    For the rest of the effects are good quality I love trs rverbes, the delay is not too bad, just like the chorus. The rest I do not really essay.

    Added 24/10: APRS two weeks of testing, I found the hollowed out in its relatively distortion, even with a microphone distortion Super mdiums yet loaded. And then I test a tip: put my MXR EQUAL upstream of the amp by boosting the mids, and lowering the bass on the amp (for the hp to cash), and I will say one word: BAM!!
    The sound is certainly a little nose and a ct wah wah but because of mediums it has become much wider, the distortion is transformed, it is brutal and bold, really delicious !!!!!!! !

    OVERALL OPINION

    APRS jou have a rack in a group with Mesa Boogie 100W all-tube, it is true that without a 30W combo it's frustrating, but I had a small combo too much for my room and the fact .

    In the end, are modlisations efficeces trs, the lamp provides a more rel and the effects are of good quality.
    Too bad the HP is below the rest and that Vox did not install an original Celestion vintage 10 inches, but good essay with a Roland Cube 30 which sounds pretty steep, I think the VOX is when m I quite over.

    So I say to a good final nine in the absolute, and if you look at the price (under 300) then the 10's!
    Of course the amp has its limits, but given the bill I have no regrets.
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  • MaxoubidouMaxoubidou

    Vox AD30VTPublished on 01/18/05 at 13:03
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    Amp modlisation (11 modlisations)
    Several built-in effects
    30Watts
    The rglage prcis are well and allow to optimize the ITS.

    UTILIZATION

    Well it just be quickly read the record and is handled almost perfectly this amp.
    The sound is really nickel for me! I have been playing 3 years and I NEVER Russia to obtain such sounds on an amp for this price!
    The modlisations are really Russianness (I like the not too modlisation "Nu metal" but I am not a pure Ferailleur ...)

    SOUNDS

    Bon ben ca is the highlight of the amp ... and what if achte amps, pa and we intend to connect a multi-purpose is to obtain a good sound.
    So here's nothing to be! 10/10!

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    Amp modlisation (11 modlisations)
    Several built-in effects
    30Watts
    The rglage prcis are well and allow to optimize the ITS.

    UTILIZATION

    Well it just be quickly read the record and is handled almost perfectly this amp.
    The sound is really nickel for me! I have been playing 3 years and I NEVER Russia to obtain such sounds on an amp for this price!
    The modlisations are really Russianness (I like the not too modlisation "Nu metal" but I am not a pure Ferailleur ...)

    SOUNDS

    Bon ben ca is the highlight of the amp ... and what if achte amps, pa and we intend to connect a multi-purpose is to obtain a good sound.
    So here's nothing to be! 10/10!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use this amp for 5-6 months and I can play everything! I am discovering every time I use the new sounds that I enjoy customizing and supporting effects paramtrables good and damn well trs.
    I had the opportunity to test other models and I chose it because its the SOUND ..... ITS ralala her!
    Report qualitprix unbeatable for the price I pay (280)
    It is clear and I recommit to any good beginners (yes guitar 3 years we are still beginners) to buy it!
    And I deprecated the ferrailleurx (metal for those who not included).
    It's a rock amp! tote of fawn Vox is a fate o)
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  • roro_400roro_400

    Vox AD30VTPublished on 03/12/05 at 04:23
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    Modlisation Vox amp, 11 amp modliss + a bunch of effects (chorus, reverb, delay, and always has combined ...^_^)
    Power of 30W, but with the lamp, it goes to the transistor 80W!
    The rglages are multiple, even infinite, but without being too complicated ... attnuateur the power is really great ...!!

    UTILIZATION

    The config is always what's more childish, we choose the amp (fender to marshall lamps through multiple effects and others ...), and go to heaven ...
    The sound is really top notch but then for an amp of this price. I m'afffirmer since I tried a Marshall MG30DFX, a peavey 30W (I know what is the MODEL, but the 300 euros ...), a Line 6 Spider II 30 W, Vox AD30VT and the …
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    Modlisation Vox amp, 11 amp modliss + a bunch of effects (chorus, reverb, delay, and always has combined ...^_^)
    Power of 30W, but with the lamp, it goes to the transistor 80W!
    The rglages are multiple, even infinite, but without being too complicated ... attnuateur the power is really great ...!!

    UTILIZATION

    The config is always what's more childish, we choose the amp (fender to marshall lamps through multiple effects and others ...), and go to heaven ...
    The sound is really top notch but then for an amp of this price. I m'afffirmer since I tried a Marshall MG30DFX, a peavey 30W (I know what is the MODEL, but the 300 euros ...), a Line 6 Spider II 30 W, Vox AD30VT and the famous playing the same .... and the vox is dmarque bah, but then really Annes Lumire!! The effects are just amazing, it was one of the Amli Fidler copy for exceptional power of 30W (LONG LIVE THE LAMP !!!!), and a sound that does not go in even lollipop are .. . as + ^ _ ^

    SOUNDS

    I play mostly rock (The Darkness, telephone, queen, vines, blur ..) and blues (Lynyrd Skynyrd) and a little bit of mtal bah .... and are not mean, styles in all the little vox needed! The desire to crunch, the clean sound is amazing, the bass distortion pte death and are mtal ton !!!.. uh ... .. on the other hand avoid big merger, plutt turn to the randall ....

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 8 months now and I am more than happy, as a group is happiness, rducteur home with the power top is (hello ....) neighbors: more we push the sound over the lamp heats up and the "more" is the sound go ... The report price is the quality of the market and if meillleur j'volue to scne, I will take the Vox ad120vt !!!^_^
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  • roro400roro400

    Vox AD30VTPublished on 03/13/05 at 08:51
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    Ah ... so, Vox AD30VT amp with a 30W lamp (hello mr. Power!), 11 modlisations amp (marshall, fender and company ...) 11 + 1 noise reductor effects (practice, tr s practice ...), nimble 11 via two channels, headphone jack ... 9a begins polutt well ...^_^

    UTILIZATION

    The config '? it's magic! the amplifier is chosen, it is packed with effects and ... .... fit, it's like a JCM ... The potaresds are agrbles, yen is the happiness around .. .

    SOUNDS

    Me? it's rock and heavy rock group, or blues, and a good drummer bah typing like an ox, I cover 5 max volume ...^_^ attnuateur The power is really g nial, it helps to heat the lamp low volume .... The sounds are really good modli…
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    Ah ... so, Vox AD30VT amp with a 30W lamp (hello mr. Power!), 11 modlisations amp (marshall, fender and company ...) 11 + 1 noise reductor effects (practice, tr s practice ...), nimble 11 via two channels, headphone jack ... 9a begins polutt well ...^_^

    UTILIZATION

    The config '? it's magic! the amplifier is chosen, it is packed with effects and ... .... fit, it's like a JCM ... The potaresds are agrbles, yen is the happiness around .. .

    SOUNDS

    Me? it's rock and heavy rock group, or blues, and a good drummer bah typing like an ox, I cover 5 max volume ...^_^ attnuateur The power is really g nial, it helps to heat the lamp low volume .... The sounds are really good modliss, we see almost no diffrence with the original (nothing is beautiful tfaon ...) The clean sound: top, the sound cruchy: top, the rock sound: top, large rock: too early, the big rock crazy: standard, mtal: jen jen know not play .. .

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have now for two months, I have a MG30DFX and no photo, it is much much better!! I really conssille all guitarists who want a good amp in trs 300 euros ... it's the mesh quality report market prices and I know what I mean !!!!!! In short: go for it!
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This information allows us to show you personalized advertisements thanks to which Audiofanzine is financed. By unchecking this box you will still have advertisements but they may be less interesting :) We are using Google Ad Manager to display part of our ads, or tools integrated to our own CMS for the rest.


You can find more details on data protection in our privacy policy.
You can also find information about how Google uses personal data by following this link.