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WANTED Vox VC-12 foot controller for Vox AD120VT Amp

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Posted By : Eclectica | Comments : 7

Any one got one of these great modelling amps, and doesnt need Foot controller? Let me Know


WANTED Vox VC-12 foot controller for Vox AD120VT guitar Amp

Just bought Vox AD120VT Amp, if any one has a VOX VC12 Foot controller they want to sell please contact me on 07957 976 294.

Pete

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# Posted by The Pleasers - 06/04/2010, 23:59 (GMT)

Try looking on this website they are usually good on foot pedals for amps. www.thomann.de/.../search_dir.html


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# Posted by Eclectica - 07/04/2010, 00:00 (GMT)

Thank's will check it out


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# Posted by The Pleasers - 07/04/2010, 00:08 (GMT)

just have a look on the link i just paisted dont know if any of these will do but if you contact them they will get back to you


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# Posted by Eclectica - 07/04/2010, 00:14 (GMT)

Yeah, just had a look, dont think they do vc 12, think it was discontinued a few years ago, think the option is a S/H one, Pete


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# Posted by The Pleasers - 07/04/2010, 00:48 (GMT)

I'm actually a drummer but our guitarist was after a footswitch and i managed to get it there


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# Posted by The Pleasers - 07/04/2010, 00:49 (GMT)

off to bed now take care and hope you find what your after

Mick.


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# Posted by Eclectica - 07/04/2010, 00:56 (GMT)

thanks Mick


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