Vox VT20+
Vox VT20+
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PurposeToMelody 02/04/2011

Vox VT20+ : la opinión de PurposeToMelody (content in English)

"Simple good sounding practice amp"

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1 x 10" combo
VOX Valve Reactor circuit uses a 12AX7 to produce real tube power amp sound
Twenty-two realistic amp models built-in
Twelve high-quality effects, including independent reverb
Three banks (basic, effected, and song) are provided for each amp model for a total of sixty-six preset programs
Twenty-two programs of "song presets" simulate the sounds of famous guitarists
Eight user-edited programs
Power level control allows adjustment of the power amp's output wattage
Headphone output


Pretty simple to get a good sound. it's a plug and play amp if you want it to be, but it hast he capability to store presets and be a pretty good small gigging amp, its super versatile and is still easy to use! The manual is clear and easy to read and includes everything you'd need to learn how to work the amp.

As I said, its very simple, you plug it and select your amp (22 choices!) set your EQ and you're off!


I've used this amp many times with everything from Les Pauls and Strats to an Ibanez and a acoustic guitar even.
Clean sounds:

Very simple. you plug it in pick your amp and set your EQ (very responsive) it sounds good. I really liked their AC30 model and their Fender Models were pretty good also. Very clear bright twangy cleans. Warm Marshall style cleans are achievable but it doesn't accel at it in my opinion and for cleans I'd stick with the Fender and other Vox type modles.

Mid Gain: This is what the amp was really made for in my opinion. Once again I think the AC30 model shines here. it sounds really great very creamy vox sounds out of it. I also enjoyed some of their marshall models, but probably no the strongest point. Passable though and if you want some marshally sounds it'll definitely do it! Biggest problem is that it does get muddy as you get the gain up there a ways. Which leads me to my next point....
High-Gain: Passable at best, I didn't like any of it really. the 10in speaker doesn't handel the low end well and really just doesn't do high gain well in my opinion, its muddy and undefined and really is well. boring, i wouldn't suggest this amp for anything high gain.


overall i like this amp a lot, if you want a pretty good priced amp for clean through mid gain sounds i'd say go for it. It's better than 90% of moddlers out there (IMO) and really just looks and sounds great, I'd definitely recommend it as long as you're not playing any huge gigs.

overall i'd say do it!