Thanks We just started a youtube channel and the Vox will be probably featured in a lot of videos Other than that, we want to review as much quirky gear as possible https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yeElq7kWSH0wproffitt wrote: ↑Sun May 10, 2020 5:11 pmSorry, just watched this demo and I have to say that both the amp and playing are killer in this. Also, you’re right, the JM sounds the best, but all of the guitar/pedal pairings are pretty darn good. I’ll have to check out the Atavists now.Kinx wrote: ↑Tue Mar 31, 2020 7:38 amhey, I just recently made a demo of AC30hw head and even though I've never been impressed with any Vox offering, this is pretty cool. I dig the switchable Master Volume circuit. White tolex on this particular one does not hurt at all too ) I liked it best with my '72 JM. here's the demo: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fz5obWy3Y7k
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I just got a used Pathfinder 15 but it doesn't seem to work it turns on and everything, but when I plug the guitar it doesn't make any sound. Has anyone had a similar experience? I have already hit up the guy who sold it to me hoping that he would respond
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Guess I like them haha.
These are my two Vox Amps: 1969 AC30 and a 1971 Vox Defiant.
Got both of them at killer deals and I have to say, they really did their job! No major issues over the couple of years owning them, despite the fact that they're vintage. The AC30 sounds AMAZING - doesn't matter what type of sound you want to achieve, it'll help you.
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