Vox AC30VR vs the 120VT+

Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs' started by sgguitarzz, Feb 22, 2012.

  1. sgguitarzz

    sgguitarzz Member

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    I know the AC30VR is 30 watts with 2x12"'s with a clean channel and overdrive channel (OD1/OD2). Of course the 120 VT+ is 120+ watts also with 2x12"'s and tones of effects. It is interesting that both are priced at about $550 new. How does one compare to the other and why the same price if the VR is so much more of a bare bones amp (not necessarily a bad thing). Are either of these giggable in small clubs/bars? It would seem the VR would have less room for problems with fewer bells and whistles. Both seem based on the Vox vale reactor technology using a 12ax7 preamp tube and a solid state power section.

    Anyone out there using these? The VR never seems to have to caught on so much for whatever reason.
     
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    wow not one reply :-(
     

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