#1
vox valve-tronix 15w or 30w....

it would be pretty nice to own the 30w, but as i'll only use it for basic jam sessions and recording, which should i get... i "had" a 15w fender amplifier that worked great for this stuff, but since this is gonna be a more permanent amp, should i dish out more for the 30w... and which would last longer?

edit: also, if i turn the 30w to 1, would it make a good practice amplifier for a small room?
Shred Head
All that theory my guitar teacher tries to drill into my head just gets buried under piles of porn and I never manage to apply any of it
#4
i have a 300 limit on a guitar ampliefier though... my mom would get upset if i bought anything more than that, even though it's my money...

i play metal and stuff, but i enjoy some led zeppelin, carlos santana, and some light rock stuff also
Shred Head
All that theory my guitar teacher tries to drill into my head just gets buried under piles of porn and I never manage to apply any of it
#6
that crate looks pretty good... i'm gonna check that out when i go to Guitarcenter..hopefully this wednesday.
Shred Head
All that theory my guitar teacher tries to drill into my head just gets buried under piles of porn and I never manage to apply any of it
#7
Get that Crate V-18 and a Marshall Guv'nor Plus pedal. Will cover everything you need and be loud enough to practice with a band if you wanted to.

In regards to the Vox though, the AD30VT is better, it has a larger speaker which means it won't sound as "boxy." But then, the 50W version is better as it has a larger speaker than both

If you're playing metal though, I'd go with a Vyper or Cube if you don't need the volume of a tube amp.
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