#2
You can gig with just about any amp if the venue has a house PA that you can mic the amps through. So technically you could gig with this amp, but I'm sure there are better options. What is your budget, style of playing?
#3
Quote by eyebanez333
You can gig with just about any amp if the venue has a house PA that you can mic the amps through. So technically you could gig with this amp, but I'm sure there are better options. What is your budget, style of playing?



Metal,Rock,Funky

Budget 450 euros max...basicly(for now) room-player so not big wattage..
#4
I have an amp similar to that. It's one of their older hybrid amps and it gets pretty loud. I don't think it's really giggable unless you're micing it though.

EDIT: didn't see that it was 30 watts. You could maybe do a really small venue with it...
#5
well yeh you can gig, just depends on the size of the venue

for instance, if it's a living-room gig then perfect, but if you're gigging at say wembley stadium, then i think you're gonna need a bigger amp.
#6
Peavey Valkeking combos are in your price range, they are tube and they do rock and metal fairly well. The Peavey Vypyr isn't bad either. If you plan on using a pedal for your distortion, you might try a Peavey Windsor or Crate V18. I have both amps and use a pedal for a majority of my distortion. You might be able to find a used 3150 combo in your price range. Its hard to tell, since you don't live in America, its hard to recommend stuff for you because it may be expensive as hell where you live, and you might have really good amps available to you that I didn't mention because they are out of your budget here.
#7
Yes that is the perfect amp. Mr. Giggerson uses one himself. You will have a cult followyng.
#8
Quote by Dempsey68
well yeh you can gig, just depends on the size of the venue

for instance, if it's a living-room gig then perfect, but if you're gigging at say wembley stadium, then i think you're gonna need a bigger amp.


thats so helpful

TS. As already mentioned you can gig with any amp really, most places have a PA anyways. But i would definately not advice to to get that amp. For you 450 euros you can get something really nice talking smaller tube combos. Check these out:

http://www.thomann.de/gb/fender_blues_junior.htm
http://www.thomann.de/gb/laney_vc15_110n.htm
http://www.thomann.de/gb/randall_rg50_tc.htm

You really have to decide though if the rock and funk is gonna win out as being most important to you or the metal is. Needless to way the randall is best for the metal. Fender greatest for the funk, and the laney in between really.
Guitars:
Gibson L. P std. 2006
Gibson L. P studio
Höfner asj228
Main amp:
Marshall 2061x HW head
Marshall 2061cx cab
fx:
Stock BD-2
TU-2
verbzilla
C.M. Red repeat
T-rex F.T.
Practice:
Epi vjr head
2x12 V30 cab and 4x10 G10 cab
#9
Quote by chrisdam
thats so helpful

TS. As already mentioned you can gig with any amp really, most places have a PA anyways. But i would definately not advice to to get that amp. For you 450 euros you can get something really nice talking smaller tube combos. Check these out:

http://www.thomann.de/gb/fender_blues_junior.htm
http://www.thomann.de/gb/laney_vc15_110n.htm
http://www.thomann.de/gb/randall_rg50_tc.htm

You really have to decide though if the rock and funk is gonna win out as being most important to you or the metal is. Needless to way the randall is best for the metal. Fender greatest for the funk, and the laney in between really.



I love Metal, just play funky
So, metal is what i play and listen to most