The Vox Valvetronix AD50VT Guitar Combo Amp puts together the amazingly realistic tube preamp sound of Valvetronix technology, Valve Reactor circuitry for the sound and feel of tube power, and 11 mode... Read More
The Vox Valvetronix AD50VT Guitar Combo Amp puts together the amazingly realistic tube preamp sound of Valvetronix technology, Valve Reactor circuitry for the sound and feel of tube power, and 11 models of vintage and modern amp classics -- including the legendary AC30. It also packs a block of 11 high-quality effects including composites, 50W of juice, and a 12" Vox Original speaker. Knob-based controls make it easy to drive. 2 channels and manual mode give you 3 distinct sound sets. Output wattage is adjustable. Line and headphone jacks are provided for home recording and silent practice. Programs and effects are footswitchable with optional footswitch.
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This is one of the best amps i have ever played
I was looking into getting either a marshall or the vox 30W version of this. i went all out and bought this amp. once i got the settings the way i liked them,...Read complete review
I was looking into getting either a marshall or the vox 30W version of this. i went all out and bought this amp. once i got the settings the way i liked them, i saved them and now i can switch between them by the push of a button. thie best sound this amp gives is more classic rock but it also does distortion very well. my friend has the 75W line 6 and that has more presets and whatnot but when it is put to the test sounds nothing like mine. This amp is very loud and plays smaller gigs at a low volume of what it can get to. when turned all the way up you cannot hear anything except the amp... which is great when the wife or parents are yelling at you! haha. i dont really think i anything to slam on this amp at all. it is great!
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The amp sounds great, BUT it kept tripping out when we practiced. I went through two of these, thank you Guitar Center for standing by your customers! Come to find out there is...Read complete review
The amp sounds great, BUT it kept tripping out when we practiced. I went through two of these, thank you Guitar Center for standing by your customers! Come to find out there is a defect in the wiring from the solid-state circuit to the transformer and the wire is such a small gage that it burns up under heavy loads. The thing didn't trip the circuit breaker on our surge strip and didn't trip the other guitarist off line - but it sure did smoke and smell up the hall! it's really too bad to because the amp sounded great and was a solid partner for the sounds coming from the other guitarists Class A tube amp. Unfortunately there was no way to repair the amps and I ended up swapping out to a Line 6 Flex III, which isn't bad but it doesn't have the same warmth of tone that the Vox did. Too bad the quality has gone way south on the Vox products. I wrote to them and never heard a word back.
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I just bought a Vox Valvetonix 50ADT amp, and have to say its by far one of the best amps I"ve ever played!!! I went to the GC and checked out Marshalls, Peaveys, and those were great, but the tones that I could get of this amp were astonishing!!!! from the ac30 clean tones to the UK Modern distortion tone, I was impressed with its power(tube amp), and diversity of various tones I could get out of this amp. I play different kinds of music, so I wanted different tones I could mess with.I haven"t had any problems with it so far, but if i did, I"m still sold on Vox amps. Quality and and overall decent price, I recommend this amp to the beginner player or seasoned veteran.Great amp.....
I use this amp for gigs and practice. Anyone who dosent like this amp probably isnt much of a player. works great for small clubs,in the bigger clubs a senz 106 front mic through a PA gives it volume with out changing its tone. Great vox tone in smal package. The reverb on this amp is better than anything Ive heard on other modeling amps. The effects are great too.
I spent a lot of time looking at amps and looking for power more than tone, which was a big mistake. I had a Line 6 Spider III combo 75 watt modeling amp before. I looked at the solid state half stacks, and the tone wasn't great for blues. Or classic or alternative oriented rock for that matter. Metalish distortion is okay on those, and the effects are sweet no doubt. But this amp blew me away. The Line 6 valve states had sorta flat tone, and the effects on the solid state are better. Lotta bells and whistles, which I do miss from them, but tone is where it's at. Fender combos aren't bad by any means, not much to them though. Would have to spend some cash on some pedals in my opinion. The Peavey Valveking line is quite disappointing sadly. Tones aren't what I was hoping for, but we are all picky for different things from guitar stuff. Anyhow, tried Vox valve amps too, but this got better tone to me. Especially for the price. I settled on the 50W to save some cash for other things, and because it was plenty loud. Effects are nice, and the variety of distortions really gives ya some options. I plan to pair it with a Line 6 POD XT Live pedal or something of the sorts. Maybe a Boss GT line pedal. Either way though, this amp rocks for the cash. If you gig 50 watts is pretty powerful, but you may wanna go for the 100W combo or even drop the cash for a half stack. For the price the half stack is amazing too in my opinion. Vox amps are the way to go for modeling effects / tone.
The effects all sound amazing especially when you put two of them together. You can play pretty much any style of music with this amp and they will all sound perfect. It doesn't really get any better. The cleans sound awesome and the "Numetal" effect is really in your face.
I got this amp for Christmas and have played it ever since. its amazing, the effects are awesome, in my opinion the best amp setting is the UK Modern, becuase it can make it nice and heavy. if your lookin for an awesome amp for a decent price, you found it
i'd been looking for a new amp for a while, when i came across this. i don't play in a band, so i didn't need a 50 watt amp, but this thing blew me away! an absolute must buy, no matter what kind of music you play. it has so many different amp styles and covers so much ground, it'll be the only amp you ever need!
wow, i purchased a Marshall MG50DFX and, 1 week later, i found myself unhappy and buying this. Its cheaper (without footswitch which i bought) than the MG100. This amp blows the marshall amps out of the water. Exellent effects, sound, and just to look it awsome. BUY IT YOU WONT BE DISSAPOINTED AS I WAS NOT.
These are really good amps i own a Vox Vavletronix AD50VT 50w 2x12 Combo amp! It has the most amazing sound you'll ever have.I got it as a christmas present and i've played n a lot of amps but this is the best!yeah it's not good that you have to buy the footswitch seperate but it works. It's loud enough for a lot of gigs.Also can get another cab. for it as well!
Vox really produced an awesome amp this time. This amp is awesome. The 11 diffrent Amp types and effects are amazing. This amp sounds great and can get loud when you need it. I would totally recommend this amp to any metal guitarists. It' Numetal type has that great metal sound.
This amp will blow you away! I just got this amp and it's incredible. you can dial in any sound for the style you play. no matter what. I've played many amps from high end to low end and this one truely takes the cake. the tone is incredible. I should have been playing a VOX all along. the power level on the back should be a feature on all amps. allows you to crank it and get the sound and tone you want but keep the volume down so the neighbors won't call the cops. I look forward to playing on this and other VOX amps from now on. Buy it!!!!
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