#1
Is there one? I'm set on buying one, but if there is a similar alternative that's better I'm all ears.
#2
peavey vypyr series
periphery/bulb!

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peavey vypyr series


This, or line 6 III series.

THIS --------^---------- was a joke. Get the peavey.
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That's a practice amp though, isn't it?

So is the Cube, to be honest.
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#6
Vox Valvetronix series.

I don't get why everyone goes on about the Vypyr. I played one today for the first time, and even after fiddling with it for half an hour I couldn't get a tone I liked out of it. I would almost rather have a Spider.
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So is the Cube, to be honest.

Not at all man. My friend has one and it is definitely gig-worthy. I don't like Peavey's because I've heard they are unreliable.
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Vox Valvetronix series.

Ok I'll check it out.
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Not at all man. My friend has one and it is definitely gig-worthy. I don't like Peavey's because I've heard they are unreliable.


Not at all, my 5150 is 11 years old with the stock tubes and it's still working fine, almost like new, I honestly haven't check out the vypyrs, but I think the tube models might be gig worthy, the 60 and 120. Check em out too. But the cube is a great amp as well.
#9
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Not at all man. My friend has one and it is definitely gig-worthy. I don't like Peavey's because I've heard they are unreliable.

Ok I'll check it out.


since when did peavey make unreliable amps??
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Not at all man. My friend has one and it is definitely gig-worthy. I don't like Peavey's because I've heard they are unreliable.


thats certainly not a good reason to be turned off of peavey's, my favorite amps. the vypyrs still have some bugs to be fixed out, but let your ears do the vypyr vs cube decision, and if it breaks, bring it back
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#11
From what i hear they both good..

and instead of asking us let your ears decide unless you cant try them out its fine :L

uhm cube is really strong from what i hear.

and the cube 60 has heaps of outputs...

and it can drive a 4 x 12 cabniet...
#12
Yeah I'll probably listen to how close the Vypyr is to the Cube. I saw a few demos of the Vox Valvetronix AD50VT, and it seemed pretty good. I think I'll narrow it down to the Vox and the Cube. Since the Vox has 10 watts less, is that a significant amount quieter than the Cube 60?
#13
No it's not and I wouldn't discount the Vypyr either as they do a 75w version so that's more than your Cube. It is, in fairness, more expensive but then it does an awful lot more than the Cube and isn't that much different in price to the Valvetronix. Seriously, check it out and I think you'll be surprised.
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No it's not and I wouldn't discount the Vypyr either as they do a 75w version so that's more than your Cube. It is, in fairness, more expensive but then it does an awful lot more than the Cube and isn't that much different in price to the Valvetronix. Seriously, check it out and I think you'll be surprised.

Alright thanks bro.
Also, the Vypyr 75 is actually cheaper than the Cube, so that's a plus I guess.
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Depending on what you play the Valvetronix could be better. It all really depends on your style of music and your budget.
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Alright thanks bro.
Also, the Vypyr 75 is actually cheaper than the Cube, so that's a plus I guess.


That's amazing as here in the UK I can get a Cube 60 for £150 while a Vypyr 75w is £250, which makes sense as it does so much more than the Cube. If it's cheaper than the Cube it's certainly worth a serious look.
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Depending on what you play the Valvetronix could be better. It all really depends on your style of music and your budget.

I play Underoath type stuff. Also, I'm not giving myself a real budget so I can look at the sound, not price. I would like it to be around the same price as the Cube though.