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Vox Valvetronix AD100VT 100W 2x12 Guitar Combo Amp

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The Vox Valvetronix AD100VT 100W Guitar Combo Amp gives you the amazingly realistic tube preamp sound of Valvetronix technology. You also get Vox Val...Click To Read More About This Product

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Puts the amazing Valvetronix sounds into a stage-ready, 100W powerhouse!

The Vox Valvetronix AD100VT 100W Guitar Combo Amp gives you the amazingly realistic tube preamp sound of Valvetronix technology. You also get Vox Valve Reactor circuitry for the sound and feel of tube power, and 11 models of vintage and modern amp classics including the legendary Vox AC30. It also packs a block of 11 high-quality effects including composites, 100W of juice, and 2 - 12" Vox speakers. Knob-based controls make it a combo amp that's 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 VFS2. (See accessory box on this page.)

FEATURES
100W
2 - 12" speakers
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
Optional VFS2 dual footswitch controls programs and effects

Studio-quality sounds with stage volume! Order yours now.

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4.7

(based on 60 reviews)

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So Close, Yet So Far

The Vox AD100VT 2x12 has a lot going for it, in theory: the lone 12AX7 tube in the preamp section gets close to pure-tube feel and response, and the amp models are extremely...Read complete review

The Vox AD100VT 2x12 has a lot going for it, in theory: the lone 12AX7 tube in the preamp section gets close to pure-tube feel and response, and the amp models are extremely useful for creating a wide variety of tones both classic and modern.Where the amp fails is in the accessibility of these features. The on-board controls are simple enough, but the FSW-2 footswitch (which isn't included with the amp) doesn't really give you too many options. What Vox SHOULD have done is to have included the simple two-button footswitch, and then released a separate and far more complex pedal that would give the user instant access to all of the outstanding sounds offered by the AD100VT.Why include a bunch of decent-sounding effects if the user has to switch them on/off and adjust the parameters by hand? Why include the ability to write 2 channels (3 if you count Manual mode) when you could just as easily provide 200?Nonetheless, the AD100VT is completely reliable. I've had mine for a little under a year and it's not failed me yet. Durability and great tone make this amp a great deal for the money.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Versatile Enough for everyone

I have spent my entire career as a guitar player searching for great tone as well as versatility in my equipment due to the diverse styles I like to play ranging from Folk/jazz-fusion to...Read complete review

I have spent my entire career as a guitar player searching for great tone as well as versatility in my equipment due to the diverse styles I like to play ranging from Folk/jazz-fusion to black metal/shred requiring incredibly different tones. This amp allows me to acquire each of the tones I need as well as a few extras. Using my Godin Freeway Classic guitar, I have managed to nail nearly every sound in my head so far. I am very pleased to own this amp.

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(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

She's a Screamer!

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

This amp rocks, words can't do it's sound justice. The features are great, the amp models are stunning, the cabinet is rock solid. My only complaint is the weight, but a set of casters takes care of that. Amazing value for an amp that has two things not often found together, great tone and sheer volume. This thing is so loud, it's almost a weapon. Windows beware. Some people pick on the look, but this thing is the most intimidating combo you'll ever meet. You don't want to run into this amp in a dark alley.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

So Close, Yet So Far

By The Public Image

from Manchester, NH

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The Vox AD100VT 2x12 has a lot going for it, in theory: the lone 12AX7 tube in the preamp section gets close to pure-tube feel and response, and the amp models are extremely useful for creating a wide variety of tones both classic and modern.Where the amp fails is in the accessibility of these features. The on-board controls are simple enough, but the FSW-2 footswitch (which isn't included with the amp) doesn't really give you too many options. What Vox SHOULD have done is to have included the simple two-button footswitch, and then released a separate and far more complex pedal that would give the user instant access to all of the outstanding sounds offered by the AD100VT.Why include a bunch of decent-sounding effects if the user has to switch them on/off and adjust the parameters by hand? Why include the ability to write 2 channels (3 if you count Manual mode) when you could just as easily provide 200?Nonetheless, the AD100VT is completely reliable. I've had mine for a little under a year and it's not failed me yet. Durability and great tone make this amp a great deal for the money.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Simply put, a good amp

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

I had a 30 watt marshall and I needed way more power. I was on the verge of getting the line 6 flextone III xl when i came across this new vox. I went to the store and the line 6 sounded digital and just like not there while the vox sounded great awesome and despite the 50 watts more the line 6 had it was still more power than I would need any time soon. READ THE MANUAL, it tells you so much stuff, like the uk70s setting, turn the volume all the way up and the gain and just use the master as your volume control and it sounds soo much better and crunchier.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Freakin Awesome

By Ryan-qHyCy

from NY

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I bought this a month or two ago and I must say this is a beast. If you are looking for alot of noise, and not bad muddy noise, This is the amp for you. It can get pretty much any tone I throw at it. The only thing is some of the effects are kinda cheesy. Like the Auto Wah, Just get a cry baby or something. But some of the effects are amazing (most of them) this amp is deffinatly worth it.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Thank You VOX!!!!

By TranceDJ

from Dallas, TX

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I was skeptical at first. Oh man. The sound is unbelievable. I love the powerful, deep, crunchy, distortion and the clear, warm, nice clean tones. This thing has many sounds. And they are all effects that you can use everyday, not like those cheap emulator pedals that give you effects not even an alien will use. I love my new amp, totally satisfied. Playing at better quality even improved my skills. I can actually hear clearly my chords and scales and everything else.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Excellent amp

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

Good job Vox,I'm a long time Fender tube amp user and a first time modeling amp (solid state)buyer and I had some reservations about buying it. After a long study this amp seemed to be a Cadilac with a Saturn price.This amp can do ALOT of tones. I am very happy that I did purchase it. Extremely versatile!!!!

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Old hand with a Vox

By Bubbasattva

from Charleston, WV

This is the third Vox amp I've owned. The first was a tube model, the second was a solid state Beatle Deluxe. This one has them both beat. I also own a G-K pre-amp with a Peavy power amp and a Fender Blues Jr. The tube sound of this amp rivals that of a 100% tube unit. I like it so much that I've just ordered its little brother the AD30VT to lug around to places where this 60-some pound monster isn't appropriate. You just flat can't go wrong with a Vox.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

VOX AD100VT

By solo MANonFIRE

from Q-town, PA

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You simply cannot beat the price of this great amplifier. You definitely get more than what you pay for. Vox has outdone themselves. It comes the variety of effects which is great because you if you just get the VFS2 optional footswitch, you can use the effects during live play.Also, I really like the "restricter" type knob on the back, which allows the to bring th output down to 0.2watts, but then turn the master volume up all the way and still get that renouned vox tone. Overall, if your looking for an amp, and you settle on the idea of a large combo, go for this. Few other modern amps come with all this, AND has tube modeling. PLUS, built in noise reduction for that numetal distortion when you don't want all that unwanted feedback in certain situations. The Vox AD100VT is the greatest buy on the market, and your crazy if you don't buy.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Beautimus

By Harmonic Minor

from Cleveland, OH

This is the first amp I've ever bought (though I've been playing for 11 years) and I don't think that I'll be needing to buy a new one any time soon. The range of tones on this amp is incredible. The only thing I can't get out of it is a brutal metal tone, but the amp has enough power and transparency to really thrash with the proper distortion pedal. I really like the variable wattage knob on the back of the amp that lets you crank the tubes to full even though the output level is very low --- genius! With my Yamaha Strat copy, My Vox Valvetone, and my Line 6 Pod XT Live, I can do pretty much anything that I want to do sonically. I highly recommend this amp.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Awesome Amp for almost anyone

By Squanto

from Bedrock, MA

This amp is great, I've had it for about 2 years now and the only problem that I've had is with the input jack, it comes loose everyonce in a while but other than that this amp is perfect. Having the all the different amp models is great and machted up with the effects there are endless sounds you can create. Personally the numetal amp with a slight chorus/reverb gets you the perect shredding sound and the clean is warm but crisp. This amp is all around awesome along with all the amps in this series.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

I always loved VOX since the '60s

By '65 Strat-player

from Labrador City, Labrador NL Canada

I've had my '65 Fender Stratocastor new and it played so well in the VOX Beatle (yeah- the big one 4-12s, stand - the works, then I had it through the VOX Viscount - and it sang. Then through a Fender Twin with DF-120 JBLs & K-120 JBLs - it was real nice. Now I have the VOX AD100VT and I'm back in business with the sound I grew-up to. So many options to use - takes time to learn but well worth it when you crank it out. I thought I had alot of options with the Beatle & Viscount and the "Y" jack cord that came with them (that was nice then), but I have to say... VOX with the AD100VT in is the lead again! I also have a ToneWorks 1500G going into the thing... Man! -does my '65 Strat sound good!!! - what a perfect combination!

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Second thoughts.

By Crow-f.dsr

from Sacramento, CA

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I posted my last review too soon. Yes, it does sound great. However, it is frikkin' USELESS in a live cover band situation. I have to spend all my time running back and forth to the amp between songs to re-program it. From the perspective of a studio musician or guitarist in an original band, it keeps its previous rating. But for cover band live performance trying to nail various styles of music, it's hopeless without an additional $600 investment in pedals. I'm switching to the Tonelab, which is basically the same thing, but with controls at my feet, and plenty of memory to save programs.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Awesome amp!

By TMFJ

from Rochester, NY

Wow what an amp. I have been playing for 18 years now and have owned a lot of amps. From Crate, Peavy, Fender, and Marshall. This amp is by far my favorite. I reluctantly traded in my Marshall 1/2 stack for this amp and have been very impressed. No regrets, man this thing cranks! Especially on 11, with no compromise in the tone just more driving power. I think it could be a little better quality because of the plastic knobs . The owners manual said a foot switch should have been included and was not. I'm sure this will be my only amp for a very long time.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Awesome Amp!!!

By IteachthereforeIam

from Gilberts, IL

I took some time to find an amp and at first was only looking at Marshall's. A friend turned me on to the Line 6 Flextones, I loved it, but it had a little too much. I asked the sales rep for soemthing a little more basic and played the VOX for about 2 hours in the store, and left with it. Have had it for almost 1 year now. Great product, great sound. Only complaint is no foot switch to change the different effects on the amp. I recomend the purchase!!!!

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Brilliant

By Paul-5w3nV

from UK

Great amp, perfect for gigging without having to mic up. The sound is great, and has a great crunch sound with a real tube/valve feel to it. This really blows away any competition anywhere near the price range. One main competitior is the spider series amps from line 6... this amp has a MUCH better sound. The modelling is great, and the settings actually utilise the valve, even altering the parameters to replicate the way the different amps operate. If you find the amp too loud compared to your bandmates then you can actually decrease the wattage, thereby still saturating the valve and keeping the great tone. Awesome! One thing I'm going to do to it is remove the plasticy VOX logo and replace it with a better one. The looks apart from that are excellent, the grill is fantastic.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Best value for the dollar...

By Schiaffer

from Surrey, BC Canada

I play classic heavy metal, 70's and 80's style and I had a Marshall solid state modeling amp and it just wasn't cutting it. I play a Kramer, late 80's Pacer Deluxe and a Jackson DK2 both with Seymour Duncan Distortion humbuckers and the only thing that was holding my tone back was my Marshall modeling amp. No matter what pedal I was using, it always sounded very thin on the bass and had a "honking" sound. The Vox amp is like a dream come true for the money. So many different tones and the UK 80's metal setting, which I guess is designed to emulate a Marshall amp for that era, sounds spot on. You can fine tune it with the comp and comp/chorus settings etc and get a virtually perfect sound. Big bassy tone that never sounds shrill. I have actually now sold my pedals because I feel this amp can do everything I need it to on its own and it has power to spare... I can get pretty close to Iron Maiden (mid 80's tone), Dokken with Lynch spot on, and can even get quite close to Warren DeMartini's Ratt tone if you just turn down the bass a bit. Just fiddle with the settings and you can get what you want. The amp is quite easy to work on and to repair yourself, as well. Everything pretty accessible and basic. Designed in the UK, no wonder! Control switches are a bit cheap (all plastic) and have a cheap, low action movement. Still, this cannot be a deterrant once you hear the overall tone and feel of this amp. I paid under $600.00 dollars Canadian for this 100 Watt amp, how can you go wrong?

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

This is the way to go!

By Paul Blake

from Indiana

I played through one of these today, and i'm goin' to order one now. it's a cheap amp, good tone, and lots of power. I own a '71 Twin Reverb, a newer twin, micro-cube, and an old vox pacemaker, so I got some great amps. Only complaints are the effects, wish you could mix them. However, they still sound good. I love they got 4-10 tweed, 2-12 blackface, ac-15/30 and many other amps to choose from. only competitor is the roland cube 60, which is cheaper, but the AD100VT blows it away! can not beat this!!!

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Glad I bought this amp!

By ZC5XuT5m7

from Indiana

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I purchased this amp (approx. 6 months ago) after reading other reviews so I wanted to post my own in return. The Valvetronix AD100VT was a great purchase for me. It is loaded with nice effects, cool presets (amp types) and sounds great. Have no fear, this amp is plenty loud to keep up with the band! I mostly use boutique clean and boutique overdrive with my Fender Strat/Takamine Acoustic. My only complaints in comparison to some other models in this price range is that it would be nice to get the footswitch included (footswitch cable is also not very long)and a built in tuner would set this amp off. Overall very pleased with this purchase.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Best Amp For The Price!!!

By Stewbaby1986

from Fortson, GA

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I have had this amp for a few months now and I love it! For the price you can't beat the features this amp has. As of right now no one on the market can touch this amp in this price range. No one!! I strongly recommend this amp to anyone with some experience with amps. Even if your just beginning it's not that bad. I'm telling you, GET THIS AMP!!

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Will Fail on You

By AC-eZS5Q

from chicago

Sounded great at the store, but once I played with my band it just could'nt cut through. So I had to compensate by turning it up and then it kept cutting out until it finally just blew out completely. Thank God for money back guarantees.

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