#1
Would this be good for indie/alternative? And if so should I get the 115 or the 210 (I really dont know what the difference is between the two)
Im kind of going for a tone like The Shins, Silversun Pickups, Fleet Foxes, Band of Horses and The Strokes.

The most important is the clean tone I suppose since Ill plan on using a pedal for the crunch when I need it. Id also appreciate a suggestion for an Overdrive pedal to get tones from these bands, but not something way too expensive.
#2
A 15 inch speaker will be bassy and warm, creamy, if you will. Perfect for Stevie Ray Vaughn-ish stuff.

An overdrive won't get those bands unless you use it on top of the amp's drive. On the cheap, look into a Digitech Bad Monkey.

As for the amp itself, never used one.
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#4
Yes it would be good for indy/alternative. It's a bit more british voiced than the fender listed above. Both are good amps for what you play though. The gain on the PV is much better than the fenders.
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#5
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fender blues deluxe would be much better

nice music taste too!

what guit do you have?

i have a fender hot rod deluxe with a MIA telecaster and a fulltone OCD and its the perect indie/blues rig



Thanks, I have a Jackson DK2L. It doesnt really fit my musical taste so Im saving up for a Epiphone Sheraton II Left Handed after I get a new amp.
#6
The Blues Deluxe/HRD has horrible distortion, but good cleans... friend of mine has one.
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