#1
I know tube amps are better but why? I've also seen tubes in the amp section of some websites for like $30? Do you need to replace tubes or can you turn a solid-state into a tube amp somehow?
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#2
right at the top of the gear and accessories page there is a guide.
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#3
You can't turn a solid state amp into a tube amp (unless some EXTREME mods were to happen).
Tube amps are (generally, not for all situations) better because they have better dynamics and sound warmer. They also sound better when turned up to a giggable volume because the breakup is smoother. You need to replace tubes but only infrequently.
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