Vox Pathfinder 15R
Vox Pathfinder 15R

Pathfinder 15R, Solid-State Combo Guitar Amp from Vox in the Pathfinder series.

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chris84 04/27/2005

Vox Pathfinder 15R : chris84's user review


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Value For Money : Excellent
Transistor-Amp with Reverb and Tremolo springs.
-15 Watts
-1 Between guitar (yes, really ...), an adjustable headphone output, 1 x non adjustable line out, 1 out for a 2nd speaker (at least 8 ohms Do ... not put a box car ... I say a for-jacky tunning).
-1 Gain, a boost, 1 volume, 1 bass, 1 treble, SETTING THE TREMOLO speed, rglage rate tremolo, rglage rverb level.


Bah ... is an amp, so it's simple to use!
Not need the manual reminds us that it's not a toaster, that should not put your fingers, be used during dives underwater ...
Ct rglage, everything is simple and instinctive ... even if a foot switch would be very welcome to use REALLY tremolo.


- Ct style of music, I play everything.
So the blues is the top, both in clear that crunch! amp is well worth a lamp!
For jazz, it's too much!
For rock, a roll!
For mtal ... on your way! Or achte good pedals for distortion.

- The sound and a super DEFINITIONS rverb discrte but is just too too good. The sound is super hot in the clear. For the distortion, he likes to be pushed 3 / 4 ... and everything vibrates in the house! I do not know if he REALLY 15W or whether the speaker Bulldog that hard at all, but it looks like a 25W!

- I use it with a small Ibanez GSA60 ... it's cheap but versatile trs, even if a use trs trs quickly over time (but that's another story ...). Ct effects, a small zoom 505II just correct the lack of distortion for the general bourrinage! I intend to switch to a Vox ToneLab ... we'll see your exact!

Overall, we note sounds rocky blues, jazzy sounds, round, rock n'roll and sounds that might get married with a stratocaster. But the big distos are absent.


I use it for 3 years and I love it for its clean sounds and crunchy. However, it is a shame for the big distos: you have an pedals.
I try in the same price range and power of marshall and fender. The beats marshall vox on large distortion, but is less good for clean sounds and crunch ... too "transistor".
The fender is blah ...
The Vox 15R is a good value qualitprix trs.

The choice, I would do the same ... but if you play the heavy and you do not have pedals for distortion, drop and go see marshall. With distortion pedals to take the Vox!