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Vox AD60VT

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

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MGR/Simon WolfeMGR/Simon Wolfe

Vox Valvetronix AD60VT

Vox AD60VTPublished on 12/27/03 at 15:00
I am 13, and the day after Christmas, I went with my dad to a Guitar Center in chicago, and he loaned me some money so that I could pay him back later for an amp that I was going to buy. Orignally, I was going to purchase either a Fender Deluxe 90 or a Flextone III, and the Flextone was out of my price range, and I saw the Vox first,and it had the misprinted pricetag of 399.99, so I purchased it. I bought it because I play in an alternative band and a blues band, so I needed modeling technology. Also, 399.99 for a NEW AD60Vt is a STEAL.

Practically everything. 8 banks with 4 channels each, all of them rewriteable, VERY USEFUL. the "pedal" section, although not great, has some useful...…
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I am 13, and the day after Christmas, I went with my dad to a Guitar Center in chicago, and he loaned me some money so that I could pay him back later for an amp that I was going to buy. Orignally, I was going to purchase either a Fender Deluxe 90 or a Flextone III, and the Flextone was out of my price range, and I saw the Vox first,and it had the misprinted pricetag of 399.99, so I purchased it. I bought it because I play in an alternative band and a blues band, so I needed modeling technology. Also, 399.99 for a NEW AD60Vt is a STEAL.

Practically everything. 8 banks with 4 channels each, all of them rewriteable, VERY USEFUL. the "pedal" section, although not great, has some useful features (like Models of the ProCo Rat, and classic Ibanez Tubescreamer really beef up your sound, especially when it is set on Recto. It is great if you play metal). The amp types are very good and useful, the valve reactor really makes it sound warm. The modulations (Chorus, Flanger, Phaser, Tremolo and Rotary) are all useful and fun to play with, the tap tempo on delay is one of my favorites, along with the 3 other delays, three tyeps of reverb, which all sound good, and the power selector in the back is good when people are home and you cant turn it up, or when you want to crank one of the models, but dont want to shatter your eardrums.

The cosmetics are rather cheap. Also, there is no true clean channel, which is a little frustrating (although the Boutique CL does not have an overdrive, so I just use that).

Medoicre cosemtics (on the front), and do note: This is not an American made amp, so if you prefer handmade American amps, this is not one, though the quality is still very good, in my opinion.

Whether you have saved up a fortune for a new amp, need digital processing with valve warmth, or just need a gigging amp and dont have too much money, this is an amp you really should get. Definately the BEST amp I have ever used (I can't say own, because I only have one other amp, and the VOX is obvioulsy much,much better)

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

Vox AD60VTPublished on 06/14/03 at 02:26
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
The Vox Valvetronix AD60VT guitar amp is a modlisation. The electronics of the preamp allows it to simulate the behavior of 16 amps legend. This preamp is aid in this by a 12AX7 tube ("valve" in English or "tube" in American).
The power section is electronic, no lamps that level.

As the name suggests, power is 60W, but it is possible through a potentiometer to select a lower power (1w, 15w, 30w or 60w). The advantage of this method is that you can play low volume while keeping the characteristics of the sound mute and avoiding the neighborhood / children / partner (delete as appropriate :-))

The other highlight of this amp is its logic.
5 presents the preamp modules through which...…
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The Vox Valvetronix AD60VT guitar amp is a modlisation. The electronics of the preamp allows it to simulate the behavior of 16 amps legend. This preamp is aid in this by a 12AX7 tube ("valve" in English or "tube" in American).
The power section is electronic, no lamps that level.

As the name suggests, power is 60W, but it is possible through a potentiometer to select a lower power (1w, 15w, 30w or 60w). The advantage of this method is that you can play low volume while keeping the characteristics of the sound mute and avoiding the neighborhood / children / partner (delete as appropriate :-))

The other highlight of this amp is its logic.
5 presents the preamp modules through which the signal travels from the guitar.
In order: "pedals"> "type of amp and equalization"> "modulation"> "delay"> "reverb" and amplification. An effects loop is located between the main reverb and amplification.

Each module can select an effect or amp model and adjust the sound using potentiometers. There's no drop down box and LCD screen, everything goes on classic effects pedals, efficiency guaranteed!
2 between High and Low

The pedals: Compressor
Simulation of acoustic guitar
Wah Wah
Auto Wha
U-Vibe
Octaver
Treeble Boost
Overdrive
Fat Overdrive
Fuzz

We can choose only 1 single effect among the 10

Amps: Vox AC15
Vox AC15TB
Vox AC30
Vox AC30TB
Marshall JTM-45
Marshall Plexi
Marshall JCM-800
Marshall JCM-900
Marshall DSL-2000
Mesa Boogie Dual Rectified
Soldano
Dumble Overdrive
Dumble clean channel
Fender Twin Reverb
Fender Princeton
Fender Bassman

The settings of the preamp: Gain, Volume, Treeble, Middle, Bass, Presence, Master

Modulations: Chorus
Phaser
Flanger
Tremolo
Rotary

Delay: Delay
Tape echo
Multi Head

Reverb: Spring
Room
Plate

Another module is used to store the sounds in memories 32 and includes a tuner!

On the rear we find a headphone jack that cuts the HP, a line output, connection for additional HP, a plug for the pedal VC4 (optional :-()

It weighs 20 kg

UTILIZATION

Operation is very simple and intuitive. It selects the type of amp, EQ and some were already sound.
Same for the effects, as it is in concept a "pedal" and not "studio effect." So you select, you dose with knobs and we play!
You sound killer, press "write", select the No bank, re-"write" and the settings are saved!

For the scene, the pedals (optional :-() turns quickly indispensable.
It consists of four buttons and an expression pedal.
He can call each sound in memory but also to put out or turn each effect module as if they were classic pedals.
It can also agree in silence.
Its main drawback (apart from being an option :-() is its small size, you lace up the 47 it will be clever to avoid touching a switch!

SOUNDS

I use it mainly with a Fender Stratocaster Standart.
What I am happy with this amp is that I find the clear sounds of a twin or Dumble, the crunch of Vox and Marshall saturations of an appeal of the foot.

I have not done blind comparison with real modeliss amp, but for me the important thing is that these sounds are usable and especially "music", they respect the sound of the guitar and the finger of the musician.

The effects are enough for me (but I'm not demanding the above)

OVERALL OPINION

The defects of this amp are: the pedal option :-( (large defect)
The size of the pedal
It is not MIDI, so no MIDI board and no possibility to save programs (note the hand!)

And that's all ....

The price is justified in light of all it offers (possibility, sound, ease of use)

Trs a good amp then! (But I put that 9 because the pedals!)

A discussion group here: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/valvetronix/

A site with the presets: http://www.patchtronix.com/
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GuilbertvinceGuilbertvince

Vox AD60VTPublished on 05/26/04 at 04:44
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Amp modeling technology developed by using a KORG (division tone works) for preamp
section and a lamp (not an emulation, as with some!) for the amp
can adjust the amp on a range of powers (for the sound at low volume)
connections very comprehensive, very simple adjustment

UTILIZATION

The amp is very easy to drive. we get amazing sound from the first notes, however, a small reading the manual tranquillos permetra to capture the different functions a little secret of this wonder (eg modification of the pitch of the tuner, noise gate, ...)
!!!!! Big B flat in B flat: the foot controller is sold separately !!??!!. and is FUCKING FASHION! there is a choice between two boards, the
Amp modeling technology developed by using a KORG (division tone works) for preamp
section and a lamp (not an emulation, as with some!) for the amp
can adjust the amp on a range of powers (for the sound at low volume)
connections very comprehensive, very simple adjustment

UTILIZATION

The amp is very easy to drive. we get amazing sound from the first notes, however, a small reading the manual tranquillos permetra to capture the different functions a little secret of this wonder (eg modification of the pitch of the tuner, noise gate, ...)
!!!!! Big B flat in B flat: the foot controller is sold separately !!??!!. and is FUCKING FASHION! there is a choice between two boards, the
VC4 (it is aptly named, it's a little shit, is so small that a side!) or VC12 (beautiful, robust, comprehensive, practical, but sold a price Sodom!)

SOUNDS

If not for the rest, that's all good, it sounds in all styles, blues, metal, funk, classical Latin and so on (take a walk rate of the vox website, the presentation is very interresting

OVERALL OPINION

I love this amp and recommend it to all blindness.
and as for love, have everything ready, I'm saving to afford the VC12 (and carefully consider that choosing a guitar and not purely sexual!)
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VoxrosVoxros

Vox AD60VTPublished on 12/12/04 at 12:10
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Hybrid amplifier with a lamp in the preamble. delivers 60w (more than adequate, even coverage for a battery). quite effective dessu available as of overdrive, wha-wha, wha self, compressor ... chromatic tuner and can record its prog.

UTILIZATION

Super easy to use its sounds great the first time. No need to look noon to 14 pm an amp is really a great simplicity. the manual is clear and intuitive (I was lucky to have him in French, lol)

SOUNDS

Level style of music he's great for rock, blues, funk .... for metal I recommend it, it is not done to his tro. For my part I find the amp model that sounds the vox are better now (somewhat normal, its con seré asser even when otherwise)...…
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Hybrid amplifier with a lamp in the preamble. delivers 60w (more than adequate, even coverage for a battery). quite effective dessu available as of overdrive, wha-wha, wha self, compressor ... chromatic tuner and can record its prog.

UTILIZATION

Super easy to use its sounds great the first time. No need to look noon to 14 pm an amp is really a great simplicity. the manual is clear and intuitive (I was lucky to have him in French, lol)

SOUNDS

Level style of music he's great for rock, blues, funk .... for metal I recommend it, it is not done to his tro. For my part I find the amp model that sounds the vox are better now (somewhat normal, its con seré asser even when otherwise) especially AC30TB and the other will be the mesa boogie.

OVERALL OPINION

I use depui 2 days and my style of music it really does, you are a fan of Knopfler, Clapton, zztop, pink floyd?? Look no further, this is the amp for you. Level value for money I think it's good, it was worth the money, is the quality in it. I would do without hesitation that choice
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Vox
  • Model: AD60VT
  • Series: Valvetronix AD VT
  • Category: Modelling Combo Guitar Amps
  • Added in our database on: 11/29/2004

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Other names: ad 60vt, ad60 vt, advt 60

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