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Vox Valvetronix Boutique OD Video

This is the boutique overdrive amp model on my Vox AD50VT. I am using my Squier '51 with really old strings. The amp is run through an Avatar 2x12 cabinet. Only effect used is reverb.

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Robert said...

Thanks, no I haven't had any problems whatsoever.

Comment added on February 07, 2009
Matt said...

Great chops and sound . . . I have the same setup . . .and I'm going back to that botique sound to check that out. Have you had any issues with ground type clicking with the squire 51? It's my only complaint . . . I'm thinking maybe a ground wire or something is loose. thanks for the inspiration.

Comment added on February 06, 2009
Robert said...

Thanks! Yes, that Squier '51 has stock pickups. Great little guitar.
I don't have any secrets - I just plug in and play!
I haven't tried those XL amps, sorry.

Comment added on January 22, 2008
marcello100 said...

How do you get all of those great sounds,man. they're just great! I like them all.Are you using stock pickups? I just tried vox with cheap squier and I couldn't get that bluesy tone.

Did you also try vox ADxxVT-xl? I'm thinking of getting one (30watt). I like high gain sound of xl series,I consider them to be better,but I didn't hear that low gain sounds. Does anybody know whether that low distortion from xl series,I mean twangy sounds are bad comparing to normal vt? thanks for responce

Comment added on January 22, 2008




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