Vox AD30VT - page 4 ii To ensure a long and troub le-free relationship with your ne w amp , please read this manual carefully , use the amp as directed and k eep the manual f or future ref erence. T urn the AMP selector to select an amp type. F or each amp type you select, a preset containing a typical sound f or that type will be selected; i.
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For me it was very important that I could play nice, Fender like cleans, but also high gain rocking Marshall tones, and all that on a bedroom level. Then what do you need? You need a modelling amp with a built in attenuator. This amp has that all, and a little extra… The valvetronix technology, but more on that later!
Pressing manual mode would then give the sound of the knob settings. This is a very cool feature! This allows you to go from about 1 Watt all the way up to 50 Watt! This way you can crank your volume pot, but still keep the thing on bedroom level.
It also features a tapping knob to set the speed of Delay, phaser etc. That costs the Vox a point. They only have a preamp circuit. Now all the modelling and effects on this amp are done digitally, the Valve Reactor power amp is fully analogue. This makes sure that the sound you get the feel and tone that you should get from the amps Vox has modelled.
The idea behind this technology is that we have the cool side of digital amps, the modelling and effects, and the great sound from tube amps. So the best of both worlds! The Whole Family! The sound on this amp is just very good! I can get a very descend clean sound for songs like Under The Bridge, and for if I just want some chords to sing along.
A really nice thing is that one or two of the modelled amps can give you the exact amount of gain with the correct gain setting of course which will give you nice clean solo sounds, or soft chords, and then some crunch when you start hitting the chords a bit harder. There are also a few models which are right in between clean and distorted, or better said, they can handle both. For instance the AC15 can handle both low gain clean sounds, and higher gain crunchy sounds. With these three amps you can get pretty distorted, high gain, lead sounds.
They really serve to get that high treble UK sound! Then we have the NUmetal amp. The last two, US higain and Boutique overdrive. The first one has a higain sound hence the name… and I really like it. It sounds fat, very distorted, and ready to rock! It really fits my needs for a nice and solid lead tone. The effects on this baby are not really the highest quality, but pretty nice for the price.
The attenuator gives you the opportunity to crank the volume and still have a bedroom level, but also to crank the volume… and go wild on stage!
For me this will be the perfect match until I want something bigger, or full tube. Alternative Weapon Hmm.. A real contester in this price range would be the Kustom HV Now there is one thing very cool about this Kustom….
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For me it was very important that I could play nice, Fender like cleans, but also high gain rocking Marshall tones, and all that on a bedroom level. Then what do you need? You need a modelling amp with a built in attenuator. This amp has that all, and a little extra… The valvetronix technology, but more on that later! Pressing manual mode would then give the sound of the knob settings.
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