#1
I currently have a peavy classic 30 and use a metal core pedal. I have been shopping for a few weeks and am more confused then ever. I have been leaning towards the line6 borgner 212 but in playing I have had a heck of a time getting volume without feedback. My other thought is the hot rod. I play mostly rock ie foo fighters, STP, some one off 90's alt. Any advice would be appriciated.
#3
the fender hot rod deluxe isn't too versatile and there is no such thing as playing clean with this amp...although i do find the distortion very expressive, a good contrast to triple rectifier gain soaked distortion. a own one. and if anyone tries to tell you that the spider valve 212 is a bad amp then they are either lying or have never played one. that is a great sounding amp right there
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#4
Quote by enselmis
NOT a line 6 man, common sense kinda thing.




Fender have a crappy amp (Frontman) and no one completely shuts them down as a company.

Budget?
#5
the line 6 bogner isnt that great, theres much better amps in the price range, both modeling and non-modeling. i dont get why you use a crappy distortion pedal, try and find a good sound on the amp's OD channel.
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