Ryam Adams Uses Vox Pathfinder Amp!
The latest issue of MOJO magazine shows the celebrated American alt-rock singer/ songwriter in his New York flat, and it seems he's yeat another player who fell for the charms of this little amp...
Ryan Adams chilling out at home...the Vox Pathfinder 10 comfortably sitting on the table
Since his debut album Heartbreaker (released in 2000), Ryan Adams has been building a reputation as one of the most talented new singer-songwriters in America, receiving wide critical acclaim and Grammy Award nominations.
He's currently touring with Oasis in the US. leg of their tour. Noel Gallagher is a big fan of Adams, and was recently quoted on an interview saying: "I got a lot of respect for the man. He's a great guitar player. He's a little eccentric. He wears stripy socks and platform shoes, but not everybody's perfect. I wouldn't be on tour with him if I didn't like him."
And it seems he's yet another celebrated artist who took a liking for one of those small and stylish Vox Pathfinder amps! By no means an amp intended for loud use such as band practices or gigging, the Vox Pathfinder 10 is a perfect album to have at home, for practicing and recording.
The Clean/Overdrive switch allows you to change instantly between clean and dirty sounds. With a mere press of this switch you can go from a crystal clear clean sound to our uniquely warm distortion; or from a slightly crunchy bluesy tone to a high-gain, modern-rock roar.
Every guitarist should have a small practice amp at home, and the Vox Pathfinder 10 is one of the best choices available, with its classic Vox tone and looks. Its bigger sibbling, the Vox Pathfinder 15R is also highly recommended...
Watch: Ryan Adams, "I See Monsters"