Originally Posted by jimihendrix
hey there...yeah...i've got the valvetronix ad15vt...it has a variety of sounds to suit your mood/style...it's portable enough to sneak into work on a night shift...it's loud enough...(for me anyways)...it has adjustable parameters...including hidden ones...
I recommend this amp to anyone looking for a small amp with lots of soul, for home recording, or just practice, It is plenty loud and has lots of tonal variety. Great for blues and classic rock
sounds. It also has amp models for other styles, but this is what I use it for.
I've had this little amp for about a month now, it sounds great with all my guitars. I have a Fender California Series Stratocaster, Gibson SG Jr, Gibson Les Paul
Vintage Mahogany Studio.
The amp models are pretty realistic, and I am able to get great sounds recorded direct from the line out into my M-Audio firewire interface. The tweed 4x10 amp model with reverb added sounds better than my 1962 Fender Princeton......I hate to admit that, but it does.
Great little amp, so where are the hidden parameters???