Select and Compare: Vox VX50 GTV Digital Modeling Combo Amplifier to the VOX Valvetronix VT20X

In this brief comparison, we are going to be putting two products head to head. Find out what separates these two items with the full comparison review below. If you would like to see more product comparisons from the same category, click here.

 Vox VX50 GTV Digital Modeling Combo AmplifierThe first product we will be looking at is the Vox VX50 GTV Digital Modeling Combo Amplifier.

 VOX Valvetronix VT20XThe challenger is the VOX Valvetronix VT20X. This analog valve modeling guitar amp features revolutionary circuitry and a newly developed modeling engine. Utilizing Virtual Element Technology which carefully analyses the compo0nants of the circuit itself VOX have taken manufacturing to the next level.


Reasons to buy the VOX Valvetronix VT20X

Fabricated with a tightly sealed cabinet which enhances responses for better reproduction of classic tube modeling tones. The VOX Valvetronix valve modeling guitar amp features a preamp design which contains analog circuitry Including a vacuum tube capturing unmistakable subtleties like vacuum amplifiers.

HEAD TO HEAD COMPARISON

Vox VX50 GTV Digital Modeling Combo Amplifier

VOX Valvetronix VT20X

KEY FEATURES

+ Small size.
+ Features a lot of power.
+ Performs well at low and high volumes.

+ Built-in tuner.
+ AUX in jack, Headphones out, and USB connectivity.
+ Super compact modeling cabinet with an 8-inch speaker and just 20 watts.

WHAT OUR TEAM THOUGHT

This amp gives an outstanding performance at both high and low volumes. Play softly or, if you want to rattle the windows, crank up the volume!

The VOX valve modeling guitar amp has been Skillfully calibrated improvements to circuitry, it offers a good range of amp models providing electric guitar players with lots of options. Boasts unique distortion tones and a propriety bass-reflex. You can also try the VOX VT40X.



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