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  • MinamiMinami

    Vox AD100VTHPublished on 04/17/07 at 15:02
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    -Modeling amp
    Power-100W
    An input-input, one headphone / output, an effects loop and an outlet for the footswitch
    -11 Models of amps, from the clean to the metal with heavy distortion for each preset effects including enregistré.9 chorus reverb flanger phaser delay autowah ...
    A treble / middle / bass / gain / volume + master volume / intensity adjustment effects

    UTILIZATION

    The cinfiguration is very complete but very simple.Il just choose a type of receiver, set top trebble etc., gain, an effect or not, and is recorded on the chanel 1.The redo the same thing for two chanel , and that the partis.De, we go with a foot switch to another chanel, and active or not the effects…
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    -Modeling amp
    Power-100W
    An input-input, one headphone / output, an effects loop and an outlet for the footswitch
    -11 Models of amps, from the clean to the metal with heavy distortion for each preset effects including enregistré.9 chorus reverb flanger phaser delay autowah ...
    A treble / middle / bass / gain / volume + master volume / intensity adjustment effects

    UTILIZATION

    The cinfiguration is very complete but very simple.Il just choose a type of receiver, set top trebble etc., gain, an effect or not, and is recorded on the chanel 1.The redo the same thing for two chanel , and that the partis.De, we go with a foot switch to another chanel, and active or not the effects.

    The sound is very good from the beginning, and we need to refine it later, but the amps were all good son.Si you do not want to have 36 sounds very low quality (I say not as a line 6 but I think very hard) but rather 9 very good, so that's what you need.

    The manual is in German ben so I understood nothing, it's a shame also because there are some things I do not know much use (such as the adjustment of the loop effects, noise reduction etc. .. .)

    SOUNDS

    I play in two groups, a rock or heavy metal we take has both pieces of Guns N 'Roses and Metallica, but also a group of the two groups metal.Pour I use this amp with the only change I play a Epiphone Les Paul in the first and Ibanez RG350EX in the second.

    It is frankly very well in both cases, and that sounds really good dynamic, and also good power (I plug it on a firm vox412). As mentioned above, if you want an amp with a lot of sounds of the ball but not as often with the modeling, it is parfait.Je does not use all the sounds, but especially for the AC30 sound crystal clear like the intro to Knoking on Heaven's Door, the different models british (UK 70 '80 UK' UK Modern) for rock and US Highgain Numetal and the metal.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 6 months and again in concert (even though I have very few opportunities at this time)
    Most: _Des sounds that the dynamics
    _des effects very clean
    _A Than enough power to play a concert without being taken over by sono
    _A Ease of use
    _A Reducer integrated power, practice apart
    _I Will not all can be mentioned ^ ^

    The -: _L'egalisation has a different sensitivity to the different amp models

    Before buying this one I really tried the line 6 and ranges roland etc. and frankly, it's the only one who really dynamic, the next "real" of the amp
    The value for money is positively good, for it is in the heads of the most accessible market

    With the experience I would do this choice!
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  • sebpalsebpal

    Vox AD100VTHPublished on 06/01/08 at 16:32
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    It's a hybrid amp, meaning it has a prampli a lamp and a power circuit has transistor. and it is a modlisation, offering 11 modlisations amp from clean to saturated trs.

    It dlivre 100 Watts, which can be adjustable from 5 to 100W and with a knob, which allows to push the volume of the amp head has to have a high rgime trs good sound and to lower the APRS signal APRS his post if you're in a small apart or a 20aine watts may be enough, or else if you are on scne or they must be 100 watts, which is very practical.

    In connection one finds:

    input jack
    between footswitch VFS2
    Headphone / line out
    an effects loop
    2 outputs for speaker

    and settings, simple, one knob to s…
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    It's a hybrid amp, meaning it has a prampli a lamp and a power circuit has transistor. and it is a modlisation, offering 11 modlisations amp from clean to saturated trs.

    It dlivre 100 Watts, which can be adjustable from 5 to 100W and with a knob, which allows to push the volume of the amp head has to have a high rgime trs good sound and to lower the APRS signal APRS his post if you're in a small apart or a 20aine watts may be enough, or else if you are on scne or they must be 100 watts, which is very practical.

    In connection one finds:

    input jack
    between footswitch VFS2
    Headphone / line out
    an effects loop
    2 outputs for speaker

    and settings, simple, one knob to select the modlisation, gain, volume, 3 band equalizer, selecting effects, master, presence. all it takes for a normal amp ...

    UTILIZATION

    The config is very simple, turn knob 3 and it was a good sound: D because there is a way "preset" with a factory preset for each different modlisation, so that you can rev rapidment see stretched from the amp. APRS, to make its own sounds, trs simple as, we go into "manual" and are made rglages standard found on all the amps, so not rocket science. to say, having to buy from our German friends, I had the instructions in German, and not empch me to understand in just few minutes how it works.

    Before I had a line6 spider II 212, and the one against, there are plenty of hidden features that we can find that e, watching carefully the instructions (I Discoveries one month before selling a function I n Recognizing a while was not 2 years as I had: D), so that compared to the, this is really very practical Vox is easy. APRS, compared to the marshall mg series or in this style, it is rflchir a little more, but nothing even when mchant

    So argler very easy, no worries major, "just plug and play": D

    SOUNDS

    I use it quite particulirement right now, that is to say that I bought while in a group o j'tais I was the guitar, pop rock, and was very s good. except that I almost left the band weeks after I had this amp. and I Intgr another group but has low, and therefore having no bass amp and coming to buy the one I did not want rinvestir in music (a it is expensive little beasts) I DCID to play with this amp.

    we are training a 3. I do bass on tracks with 75% of this amp and the 25% that follow, I'm doing the guitar. and I can say that this amp provides all the same! even at the low, we find a nice little crunch with a lot of bass and it was a great bass sound saturated. I do in this new group of British garage rock, and sounds really standard.

    I use the guitar with a clear, saturated and trs trs sounds good, and with the bass, also sounds a hell. APRS I use the crunch or Satus greasy, without effects or anything, I can have a sound of hell, I really m'clate on this amp. for its clear, warm sound I like and also it provides with the lamp in the pramp, archaffe it aut to ensure the sound and have a good shot well while simpa I play with a simple basic Squier Stratocaster. and the bass is no storm, so nothing trs good (the opposite) and I'm still bluff by sounds.

    even if the modlisations are numrique, pramp allows the lamp to make the gain sinthtique enjoyable and not a tube amp, (of course it's not comparable, since c ' is still a transistor amp) but enables the lamp to give the true sound has an analog amplifier, digital and in passing is really enjoyable.

    OVERALL OPINION

    was now four months I have and I find really huge for the price. the quality is to go and you feel the knowledge of Vox, which even in the new technology provides a max.

    Principle 2 body came in handy. but above all the power knob is really very practical trs.

    before buying it, I had a line6 spider II, which is not bad, but modlisation are too synthetic. I also tried a line6 Flextone III XL and he removed the cot a little synthetic, but nevertheless remains as its not natural. it has for the vox I chose because I wanted to modlisation because I am not on my sound and I like the modlisation for its versatility, with an amp mod sation, it seff to turn a button to make a stroke of the vines, the tool another shot, another known Starsailor, and without 15 amps, but still wanted to report good and sounds good and I I found what I wanted in the vox.

    I exprience with this choice without referrer hsiter seen the report quality price of this amp.
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  • JoeBAR85JoeBAR85

    Q / P unbeatable!

    Vox AD100VTHPublished on 03/18/11 at 10:08
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    View previous opinions ;-)

    UTILIZATION

    Simplissime config, modify the settings one after the other and presto, it saves one of the two slots arranged.
    Or it simply presets home (2 per amp)
    Or they simply remains in "manual".

    Negative point (large): No knobs on the front ... it is original but very boring to use. No way to know which channel you're a single glance. I think a good tinker pti mirror hinged to alleviate this concern. (It is possible to place it on the field but ... it would humhum ridiculous anyway lol)
    No reverb general, it is one of effects! Some effects include it in their settings but ... I like having independent reverb.
    Positive: Changing the lamp preamp …
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    View previous opinions ;-)

    UTILIZATION

    Simplissime config, modify the settings one after the other and presto, it saves one of the two slots arranged.
    Or it simply presets home (2 per amp)
    Or they simply remains in "manual".

    Negative point (large): No knobs on the front ... it is original but very boring to use. No way to know which channel you're a single glance. I think a good tinker pti mirror hinged to alleviate this concern. (It is possible to place it on the field but ... it would humhum ridiculous anyway lol)
    No reverb general, it is one of effects! Some effects include it in their settings but ... I like having independent reverb.
    Positive: Changing the lamp preamp without any disassembly. Direct access to the lamp is provided in the head!
    Knob output power independent of the preamp. So the preamp can stay in background while playing with only ten watts, ideal for performance while playing quietly at home.

    I bought this head at a good price, but the first attempt I realized a loss of power in the wake of the attack.
    So I changed the original lamp (EH 12AX7) for RUBY 12AX7AC5 HG + and frankly, it works as hell. 2 min and the replacement was done ;-)
    (24 € on www.audiotubetech.com received 48 hours)

    SOUNDS

    I plug in the head on a 2x12 "Marshall 1936 (Original HP Celestion G12T) and it sounds great! It drools a little pti but this concern will be resolved once and for good HP installed. I strongly believe to be on my Celestion V30 4x12 "

    This head is suitable for many uses and styles, is also purpose ^ ^
    For my part, being very metal, I am totally satisfied! And at this price, there is not even hesitate.
    I use the 2nd config because my other body remains at the scratch of one of my groups and that's fine. Its small size and the combination of a 2x12 "can have big sound without lugging a rack Norman ;-) No need to fold the seat of my car, but happiness: D

    I play mostly on a Dean Dime Dixie Rebel (Seymour Duncan SH13 Dimebag signature in bridge) and a Hardmaster Lag (made in France of course!) Equipped with Seymour Duncan Blackout AHB1 (active 9V)

    OVERALL OPINION

    MORE:
    Q / P excellent
    Big range of sounds (quality)
    Small size
    Ease of Use
    Output power adjustable (while keeping the preamp background)

    LESS:
    No reverb general, it is part of the effects (a duet on some as chorus, flanger ...)
    Knobs on top.
    Combination of knobs to adjust the required effects (2 additional knobs would probably cost too much ...: - /
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