fnlmartim
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Join date: Feb 2013
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#1
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Hey everybody! I'm new here, and I created this account to ask you guys some advice. I need to buy a new amp, a bigger one. Currently I'm using a Line-6 Spider III with 30 watts. I need a new one to play in small/medium sized venues.
Thank you all <3
fnlmartim
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Join date: Feb 2013
32 IQ
#4
I'd like to spend around 250 Euro.
I play Pop-Punk and Post-Hardcore.
I wouldn't mind to buy an used amp.
I want it to play gigs in smal/medium sized venues.
I have an Epiphone Les Paul Standard EB, a Boss DS-2 and a Line 6 Spider III with 30 Watts
Cathbard
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Join date: Oct 2009
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#5
Vyper Tube if you can find one in budget, otherwise the biggest Vyper you can afford.
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fnlmartim
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#7
Do you think that amp is "loud" enough to play in those venues? And it has a good clean sound so I can use my Boss DS-2? Thank you
LaidBack
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#8
Plenty loud. Lots of tonal range as well.
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Maineguitarist
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#9
Look at the Jet City 20 watt combo, it will definitely fill a small venue, and if its not enough to fill a medium sied one you can mic it. Most venues have a PA system.
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Cathbard
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#11
The Vyper Tubes have a 6505 power amp so they are plenty loud enough whether it's 60W or 120W. At the end of the day you only have to keep up with the drummer. If you need to be louder than that then the drums are being miked up and so will you.
The Jet City will suffice as well. A Peavey Valve King would work too but they really need better tubes and speakers to sound their best.
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Marshall JTM45 clone
Marshall JCM900 4102 (modded)
Marshall 18W clone
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Marshall 1960A
Boss GT-100


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red.guitar
Imagine All The People
Join date: Mar 2007
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#12
Quote by Maineguitarist
Look at the Jet City 20 watt combo, it will definitely fill a small venue, and if its not enough to fill a medium sied one you can mic it. Most venues have a PA system.


This^^

I play in a pop/punk/rock band, and my Jet City JCA50H holds up no problem.

If you go to my bands fb page (in sig) and listen to the song "two sides" that was recorded with all Jet City, more specifically a 20H and 50H blended together.
Guitars:
PRS Custom 24
Gibson Les Paul 60's Tribute
85' MIJ Strat
97' Snakepit Les Paul
LP Traditional 1960 Zebra
02' Dean TC Z

Amps:
EVH 5150iii
Peavey Ultra 112
Jet City JCA50H
Peavey VTM 60
Peavey XXX
fnlmartim
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#14
What you guys think of the Peavey Vypyr 75 Combo? (I can't spend more money than that)
tas38
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#15
A JCM 2000 or Peavey XXX/Ultra could be a good fit. It would take some patience to find one in budget though.
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#16
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What's the name of your band?


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Edit: THIS may help...
Guitars:
PRS Custom 24
Gibson Les Paul 60's Tribute
85' MIJ Strat
97' Snakepit Les Paul
LP Traditional 1960 Zebra
02' Dean TC Z

Amps:
EVH 5150iii
Peavey Ultra 112
Jet City JCA50H
Peavey VTM 60
Peavey XXX
Last edited by red.guitar at Feb 21, 2013,