#1
Vox Valvetronix 30 watt, Roland Cube 30, or a Peavy vyper?
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#2
we need MOAR info
budget?
genres you play?
any specific bands?
gig or home use?
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#3
just in general i would pick the valvetronix over any of them, but thats my personal preference, i dont know what you like/play
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#4
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umm, I got about 3oo bucks
Home use
and wide range of genres, mainly classic rock and metal like Megadeth...thrashy stuff...
and preferrably nice acoustic sound for jazz/bossa nova kinda stuff.
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#5
i would say the cube because it has an awesome acoustic amp model in it and a rectifier model for your kind of metal
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#6
The thing is, I made the mistake of rushing into buying a Spider III about a week ago.
Now I started noticing the thin, artificial tone, and even the Insane setting just doesnt have that "oomph"
Now I just want something that is very varied and has a rich tone all around
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#7
yeah if you want acoustic, Cube's the only one that has it. of course Vypyr is the way to go if you need metal, cuz it models several of Peavey's high gain amps.

you could get the Vypyr and buy an acoustic simulator pedal if you wanted. that would be right around $300.
#8
What about the VOX?
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#10
How about the Valvetronix VT series, they sound pretty sweet...
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Does anyone actually have a VOX Valvetronix 30 watt. Can I get some insight?
The same for the other amps..
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#14
the vypyrs gonna be better fro metal since it has so many diff. high gain amp models,
and decent clean ones,
he cube would probably have a little better cleans
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