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> Vox Ad30vt Valvetronix Amp, My first review ever so be gentle....sorry if really long
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post Jul 27 2007, 01:11 PM
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QUOTE (JVM @ Jul 26 2007, 06:04 PM) *
That's a cool site, there's some really dead on ones there. And some not so good ones, but a lot of that is just bad guitar playing and people that can't hear, too tongue.gif


Yeah....you have to play with a few of them, but overall I thought it was a good place to get a starting point anyway. smile.gif
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post Jul 27 2007, 07:43 PM
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I tried out the Ad100vt at a shop around here, it sounds awesome! I'm even more excited to get it now tongue.gif Plus it's pretty huge for a 2x12 tongue.gif One thing I couldn't figure out though, and I only played it for about 20 minutes or so, was how to turn the effects off. So the majority of the time I was sitting there being david gilmour with the delay turned on tongue.gif


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post Jul 27 2007, 08:25 PM
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QUOTE (JVM @ Jul 27 2007, 03:43 PM) *
I tried out the Ad100vt at a shop around here, it sounds awesome! I'm even more excited to get it now tongue.gif Plus it's pretty huge for a 2x12 tongue.gif One thing I couldn't figure out though, and I only played it for about 20 minutes or so, was how to turn the effects off. So the majority of the time I was sitting there being david gilmour with the delay turned on tongue.gif



There should be a bypass button just below the effects knob. Hit it once...it turns on the effects, hit again...it will go back to the to the original settings on the amp(wether manual or preset) . As I stated in my review this kind of gives you a third option when using the foot switch as you can program say a clean and distortion in the two channels and then set the amp up manually and run it in the bypass (button 2 on foot switch is the bypass) Hope this makes sense....kinda rushed...at work and boss just stepped out...he he tongue.gif
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