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AC30CCH, Tube Guitar Amp Head from Vox in the Custom Classic series.

4 user reviews

Vox AC30CCH tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Vox
  • Model: AC30CCH
  • Series: Custom Classic
  • Category: Tube Guitar Amp Heads
  • Added in our database on: 01/22/2010

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Vox AC30CCH user reviews

Average Score:4.0( 4/5 based on 4 reviews )
 4 reviews100 %
 1 user review25 %
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Le_reskapé's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

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I post this notice is not not really, compared to the opinion of Alexmar.

we can not love this amp, it sounds very particular that will not please everybody has.
of a say it's crap, aps must exaggerate, this amp is ca quality sounds there's nothing to say. I tried a lot of amp before buying the vox, sometimes more expensive amps and it sounds.

out that because it is manufactured in China is stinking ass is anything. and more handwire series (which sounds very well apssage) and also manufactured in China. Chinese lamps are apparently bad and have some problem. on the new model the problem has t rgl. the lamps are made in china t replaced by sol tung. So at worst a small change in the ampe and voila. as regards the aggressiveness. yes vox can be very garish as very ettouf.aprs just know correctly rgler his amp. play between equalization and cut knob. in terms of the top boost channel anyway. it is clear that the normal channel is more complicated and I think it is difficult to use if not exactly the guitar.

end short all that to say that spitting on an amp because we did not like aboslument no interest.

voila, otherwise I advice to use this amp 30watts and not 22. The volume is not important, ca saturates little loan the same way, but the sound is more ar 30watts.

those, it's a very good amp, and for those who bought the tent would be do not trust the opinion has precedent. will test it is a very good amp.

lbailly's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

All-tube amp head (EL84 and ECC83), for a power of 33 Watts (22 Watts bridable), but empty, nothing to do with the Watts transistors, Vox has to be the reputable " loud ", and I confirm! Brid 22 Watts, volume gnral 1 / 4, trs j'tait comfortable rptition between my drummer and my bass player

CT Connect, Vox came back in the 21-Century by adding ... a volume knob gnral ;-) Come on, I carries a little, there is now also an effects loop, reverb and a spring (the most beautiful effect for that matter) in addition to the tremolo, switchable by pdalier provided.

But what matters most is the clean channel prsence a wonderful, and the famous canal "top boost" that wonderful crunch, but I'll APRS ...

All dtails the connection here: http://www.voxamps.co.uk/downloads/AC30CC_EFGS2.pdf

Note that I use on a firm Vox V412BN (4 HP 12 "GSH12-30) (not on AudioFanzine REFERENCE?)

Come on, I put 9 because "this price, it will integrate the pdalier could have provided a channel switch, which would have to buy a saw in AB Box complment


Easy configuration, plug, and play (plug & play!)

We must spend some time manipulation to test the pots and get a good sound, especially if you want to "mix" the two channels

Basically, I found all my sounds qq minutes at THE FIRST RPET (having just prpar first home of the same)

No manual (except Internet)


We obtain easily a wonderful clear sound, and if slamming CHARACTERISTICS Vox, and above all, a wonderful crunch, sensitive to the attack string, which can be pushed into a corner to give a saturation blues-trs rock

I use an effects loop and a chorus CS9 Akai Headrush delay, the sound is clean trs, not dnatur.

Nammoins in complment, one of distortion pedals seems to me essential to complter palette, I opt for the Vox Bulldog Distortion to achieve sound more rock, hard rock, limits mtal

I added my Tubescreamer TS9, still does!

Anyway, I have my strat US Discoveries in a different light, with amazing harmonics, and the possibilities of the amp with amazing feedback! Bright lights!


I have been using ... 1 week. You may say, it's short, but I am so excited about my exprience in RPET yesterday ... I've been playing for 12 years on a Peavey Classic 50 Blues, also lamps, sound trs hot, but the one is in another dimension. I have tried also two other bodies: Marshall JCM 800 and 900, TSL100, but pchent by the clear sound, and also combos Fender Vibrolux, Twin, Mesa Boogie, etc. ...), and icing on the cake, Vox benefitted from an excellent quality price in this range, Chinese manufacturing is surely to sth ...

I love the rustling of the lighting lamps, small red filaments that you see in the wonderful transparency derrire tweed, look "vintage" of this amp, Rahhaaa, lovely ...

Small precision: these critters, you have to play a certain volume to get the sound. even if now, thanks to knob gnral volume, you can play at home, you n'esprez not exploded ... complter by a pod or other home for work, but hey, everything will start encrypting! It should also go in, attack the strings, or touch, it depends, in short, vibrating in tune with this couple is wonderful guitar and Mr AC30CCH

I do it again this choice without hsiter and highly recommend all the "BluesBrakers" plant!

Disclaimer: rcent away by my enthusiasm, my words can fMeasure stepfather. I promise to correct this post in qq month if I think change! And no, I do not work for Vox ;-)
roulian ross08/29/2007

roulian ross's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

See above


Setup is super simple, but some adjustments are very effective,

in addition, with the possibility of shuffled the two channels, it opens new possibilities

no manual or on the Internet


Perfect for pop, blues or rock,

It comes easily to the sounds of groups: Radiohead, Noir Desir, or queens of stone age

I play a Fender telecaster, an grestch or an ibanez saber, I plug in a 2 * 12 mesa roadster, and it sounds serious, one or two effects for the gain or reverb and it's part, it sounds round , super hot, but so dirty prcis

the more you attack the grain more apparent, for there must be good against scratching, as it meant the slightest sound


I've had six months, I love the sound as it is with "the" grain

I had HK attax100 and tube 100, marshall, crate lamps, each has its own style but no one sounds like the Vox

It's cheap for this quality but it is certain limit style

If it loose, I take back a

ps: me either, I do not work for vox,

pyl86's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

30W all-tube head (they forget it's a zero in vox lol) the reverb sounds great and is easy to adjust, I had a little trouble with the tremolo (with my old combo of HW AC30 1972 a canal was dedicated for this purpose and there was a rough adjustment)


There is nothing wrong except that there is no footswich to change channels must buy one separately or make it. contrary to other opinions I have a manual in French which allows me to understand and recreate all the sounds of different AC30 with the sliders on the back of the head (they are made to it) (if someone want it leaves me a message on this site) it is quite difficult to adjust at first but then qq time we start the next couple of configs and it comes out more


It is best suited to blues and rock but by feeling a little can make him out a little every style (the clean channel for jazz is stunning) used with my 6120 G gretsh it sounds big, strong and clean and with a vox wah 847 and the top boost channel is playing hendrix!


I use it for a year and I can not change it for the world after having tried the marshall and the mesa boogie Hughes and Kettner for that price of happiness is there that my neighbors that the like it!

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