Vox Valvetronix AD50VT 50W 1x12 Guitar Combo Amp  

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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... Click To Read More About This Product

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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.

Features
  • Vox Valve Reactor circuit delivers real tube tone
  • 11 amp models
  • 11 high-quality effects (including composite effects)
  • User program storage
  • 2 channels
  • Preset amp models
  • Knob-based interface for quick and intuitive editing
  • Line and headphone jacks for home recording or late-night practice
  • Operates as a conventional amp in manual mode
  • Adjustable output wattage of the power amp
Specifications
  • Number of amp types: 11
    Number of effects: 11, Noise reduction: 1
    Number of programs: 11 preset, 2 channel
    Input/output jacks: guitar input, footswitch input, and line/headphone output
    Power amp output: 50W RMS @ 8 ohms
    Speaker: 1x VOX original (12 inch, 8 ohm)
    Signal processing A/D conversion: 24-bit, D/A conversion: 24-bit,
    Sampling frequency: 44.1 kHz
    Power supply requirements: AC, local voltage
Warranty
MANUFACTURER'S WARRANTY
One year parts and labor warranty.


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4.8

(based on 33 reviews)

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

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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BillC

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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(38 of 45 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

BillC

By Blues Bro

from Virginia Beach, VA

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.

(16 of 18 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

This is one of the best amps i have ever played

By KTM525rider

from Conifer, CO

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!

(2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Vox AD50VT review

By VoxFan001

from Monroe, NC

I have researched and read and road tested and researched! I narrowed it down to 3 amps believe it or not! The Fender Hot Rod Deluxe, The Peavey Valveking 112 and the Vox AD50VT. I already own an AD15VT so I was ready to be versatile about other amps. Well, it was hard but the Vox won out - mainly because of the various tones and value. The warranty is way better on the other two, but with G.C.'s additional warranty, you can't go wrong. The AC30, 2 x 12, and tweed as well as boutique are awsome renditions that honestly equal tube amps. I am extremely pleased with my purchase!

 
4.0

VOX Rocks!

By sclaiborne100

from Austin,Tx.

We've had this amp for about a year.It has great clean tones,reverb,delay and distortion.Very loud.You can tell it's not a tube but it's close.Can't beat it for the money.

 
5.0

Great Amp!!

By CJ

from Harrisburg PA

This is an excellent amp. My friend had purchased this and was playing for me. The best feature was the wattage control, he could turn the volume up or down without losing any of the gain. Good for small gigs by itself. The performance of this amp will blow you away!

 
4.0

Good little amp

By Mike Dees

from Memphis, TN

The Vox Valvetronix AD50VT is a great little amp for the price. The amp modeling is pretty accurate and it gives a passable tube sound if you can't afford a tube amp. It is large enough to fill a small club nicely. It has 12 amp models and a ton of effects. The only drawback to this is that it only has 2 channels for storing presets. So I mainly stick to clean and dirty unless I want to sit on stage and tweak the settings all night. There is no effects loop, so anyone wanting to use a POD should go for the next model up. The best part of this amp is the variable voltage. You can get the same sound at a lower volume. It is great if you live in an apartment and don't want to buy a practice amp. The headphone jack has been a godsend for late nights when inspiration strikes.

 
5.0

Great amp

By Burgers

from Ann Arbor, MI

I believe this is one of the best amps you can get for the price. The amp has many great features but one of the best is this adustable voltage alowing you to keep the same sound at different volumes. Also the headphone jack will let you rock out without waking the block. This amp has enough power to be heard over the drums and is great for playing gigs in smaller rooms. With the many models and effects you can get many diffetent types of sounds and match the style of anyone you might jam with. And if you find a sound you love you can save it onto the amp. I have had this amp for a few months now and have taken it with me to a few places. This amp will give you the sound of tubes at a lower price. This amp gets my highest praise, so buy it and rock on!

 
5.0

Vox Valvetronix AD50VT 50W

By catinthehat

from clarkfield, MN

I have used this amp and I am very impressed with it. You can get any sound from this amp and whatever the setting it will sound great. It is a really good deal for what you are getting quality wise. I would highly recommend this amp to anyone reguardless of experience level.

 
5.0

Most versatile amp

By Leonidas

from Pennsylvania

The Vox Valvetronix AD50VT is among the most versatile amps out there. I know there are other modeling amps, but in my opinion nothing else comes close in terms of the authentic "tube feel". Where this amp really shines is for at-home players who are looking for that great overdriven tube sound without blowing your windows out. These are the amp models you get with this: Dumble Clean and Overdrive, Fender Twin Reverb, Fender Bassman, Vox AC15, Vox AC30, 3 Marshall sounds (70's, 80's, Modern), and 2 Metal models. Really, for blues and classic rock, this nails anything you are trying for. It also includes combinations of 11 effects, all of which are average to above average. Its biggest downfall is the fact that you can only store 2 presets, but its really not a big deal when you consider the great price for what you are getting. Also, its built like a rock.

 
5.0

Love that Tube tone and Amp modeling

By yhshvh10

from Millwaukie, OR

I can't say enough about this combo. You really get it all:50 watts of creamy Vox Tube tone, Amp Modeling from smooth boutique to brain bashin' Boogie (and everything in between),you also get a real celestian speaker, and a speaker out!(for your half stack) -and tons of writable effects-heck, I was just looking for a little something to jam around the house - I had no idea that every amp I ever needed was right here!

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