#1
ok so everything in guitar center is 15% off at guitar center on black friday, and i want to get a more flexible amp for practice/future gigging. I dont care if its tube of otherwise, as long as it has at least two channels, each with independent eq, and an effects loop. I would like to keep it under 700 dollars, preferably more between 550 and 650 range. Got suggestions? Oh also i play a prs custom wich in the future will have a nice pair of seymour duncan 59's in it
Last edited by prsrulz91 at Nov 27, 2008,
#2
Trust me, you care if it's tube or not You want tube
i would go for a Vox Custom Classic AC15CC1 (15w)
or
Egnater Rebel 20 (20w but would need a cabinet speaker)
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if i read the post card i got, its 15% of LIST PRICE, which means nothing, as list price is always a lot higher than what the item usually goes for.


If i did read it right, save your money and don't make a rash decision. besides, everything will be gone within 3 hours of it opening. do you really want to wake up at 5 to get an amp you really arent sure about?

maybe i read it wrong.
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if i read the post card i got, its 15% of LIST PRICE, which means nothing, as list price is always a lot higher than what the item usually goes for.


If i did read it right, save your money and don't make a rash decision. besides, everything will be gone within 3 hours of it opening. do you really want to wake up at 5 to get an amp you really arent sure about?

maybe i read it wrong.

The coupon is for "15% or 10% off Guitar Center's Guaranteed Lowest Price," which means, the price it sells for in-store, not the list price.


TS, what genres are you going to be playing?
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#7
mostly rock, some blues
i was thinking peavey valveking cuz it meets all my requirements, but ive heard that the tone of it isnt all that great
i wish the vox had the eq availability, else i would totally grab it
#8
Quote by prsrulz91
mostly rock, some blues
i was thinking peavey valveking cuz it meets all my requirements, but ive heard that the tone of it isnt all that great
i wish the vox had the eq availability, else i would totally grab it

Peavey Classic 30 sounds like it would be right up your alley.
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Peavey Classic 30 sounds like it would be right up your alley.

agreed. for good ole rock tones you want a classic 30.
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to me the distortion channel on the classic 30 sounds too gritty. did i just use bad settings when i tested it, or is it supposed to sound like that
and for the vox ac15, is its size a big hassle, or is it something u can deal with