#1
I'm not exactly an expert on amps and the alike. I'm currently buying new gear, as my old stuff is crapping out on me. I've bought a new guitar, and I'm looking to buy a new Amp. I play Hard Rock, Metal, y'know, the usual loud Stuff

I'm currently using a Stagg -
http://www.normans.co.uk/Items/15ga%20dr%20uk?&caSKU=15ga%20dr%20uk&caTitle=Stagg%2015GA%2015%20Watt%20RMS%20Guitar%20Practice%20Amp

Now my Budget is about £120-150

I'm thinking About Buying a Roland 30x
http://www.guitarampkeyboard.com/en/70527

If anyone else can suggest a better one, Suggestions are welcome
#2
Either a Roland Cube 30x or a Peavey Vypyr 30. They all handle metal very well, perfect for what you want to play.
#3
what he said
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#4
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#5
I'm going to back up the Bosstone as well.
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#6
I'd save up more and go for the higher wattage version. For me, there's practice amps, and there's gig-ready amps.
When it comes to SS amps.
15 watts is great for practice. (Don't get the Cube 15, though)

60 watts is good enough for band usage.

30 watts isn't enough for band practice, but still a hefty amount for a practice amp. It's like spending more money, when it doesn't yield a worthwhile upgrade.
#7
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I'd save up more and go for the higher wattage version. For me, there's practice amps, and there's gig-ready amps.
When it comes to SS amps.
15 watts is great for practice. (Don't get the Cube 15, though)

60 watts is good enough for band usage.

30 watts isn't enough for band practice, but still a hefty amount for a practice amp. It's like spending more money, when it doesn't yield a worthwhile upgrade.

Who says he is gigging? I have never turned my Peavey Vypyr 30 past 1 because it gets too loud, it is fine for band practice/medium sized gigs.
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#9
Another vote for cube 30 since you're a metal player. Keep in mind though the other tones on it are a bit weak. If you're a, 'leave it on the high gain mode and forget about it' kinda guy, it would be great.
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#10
I vote for the Cube 30.

If you check the forums for Vypyr discussions, the Vypyrs have too many failures. I wanted a Vypyr. The effects. People are screaming about how good it sounds. Check Peavey's own forums - several people are talking about malfunctioning and non-functioning Vypyrs. I've never heard of a Cube failure.