Vox Pathfinder 10
Vox Pathfinder 10

Pathfinder 10 , Solid-State Combo Guitar Amp from Vox in the Pathfinder series.

TheColorful 10/23/2013

Vox Pathfinder 10 : TheColorful's user review

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A perfect amp lamps to start, harder to read.
A Jack input and output ... Jack.

RMS 10W, more than enough for a room, just to cover a battery rehearsal.

Settings: This is where it gets complicated. When I say perfect start, it is mainly setting level: two treble and bass knobs, a clean / overdrive button, a gain knob and a volume knob, that's all. If you want effects with this amp in particular, consider buying an effects pedal, but the bill can quickly climb to the price of its big brothers who are more amp models, more effects ...


Simple setup: 3 knobs and a button.
The manual, I know more if I had one, but Has anyone really need for this amp?
Gets it easy to sound good ... In all honesty, no. It takes approximately 2 minutes to turn the gain knob, then treble, then the bass, so having a clean sound. But once found the right setting, you touch more and we left!


It is suitable for all styles ... but in either. Do not plan to do the scene with! (This is my personal opinion)

I play with a Jet Lag 66 was in the starter pack with the amp.

I like the clean sound, but the overdrive is a bit of a chore to manage the sound intensity level ...


I use it for over a year now, he fell HP side when he was on the ground, everything is impeccable, it still works as well.

My biggest disappointment is that it does not even have a knob reverb. But to start, it has not necessarily useful.

With experience, I do not know if I do it again this choice may be, I'll be gone on a less powerful amp but with more effects.