#1
i'm looking at replacing my cheap practice amp that does not work that well when i get an esp ltd mh-50 in april. the amps i was looking at were the vox ad30vt and the vox 15vt.
i do not know which one to choose so opinion or suggestions are welcome.
i play most stuff like queens of the stone age, metallica, white stripes and seasick steve.
#2
What do you want the amp for? Gigging? Apartment personal use? Practice?

We can't give you a whole lot of information unless we know.
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#3
Quote by strat0blaster
What do you want the amp for? Gigging? Apartment personal use? Practice?

We can't give you a whole lot of information unless we know.

+1

but, i own the AD30VT and i love it. it can get VERY loud for a 30 watt and it doesn't sound bad at all. I love the many different effects it comes with and the writable programs. It's a very fun amp to mess around with different tones...
#5
it's for bedroom practice mostly for me to get good as i'm pretty crap since i never stuck with it when i started off
#6
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Uhhh if i were you id probally go line 6 on this...

That's never good advice unless you absolutely cannot afford anything else.
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#7
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it's for bedroom practice mostly for me to get good as i'm pretty crap since i never stuck with it when i started off

Go with a Cube.
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#8
i like the cubes but i can only find them at stupid prices it's probably because i live in ireland and they are like the only country to raise vat
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i like the cubes but i can only find them at stupid prices it's probably because i live in ireland and they are like the only country to raise vat


If you go Cube, get the Micro or the 30x. The one's in-between don't have as many amp models... most importantly the "R-Fire" model.


The Vox is pretty sweet too. The Vypers get alot of praise... but IMO they look and feel really cheap.
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#12
Budget?
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Line 6 Flextone III Plus
Behringer FCB1010 Emulating a FBV Longboard
#14
Thats about £350 which just so happens to be that little gap in the market where you're above solid state level but under the decent tube amp level, but I'll have a go

Line 6 Flextones are very good, very versatile and convincing models.

Peavey Vypyrs are the new 'big thing' still fairly beginnery but very good amps all-round

Peavey Valveking is the classic, standard step-up from the beginner amp. All tube, takes pedals pretty well but could do with a speaker swap.

Sound City, I haven't heard much about these amps but allegedly they're pretty good and they should be like any other tube amp: takes pedals well, satisfying overall-sound.

But please try to have a go on all these amps before you buy as it's ultimately your decision, and thus your opinion that counts, not mine. Good luck
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Line 6 Flextone III Plus
Behringer FCB1010 Emulating a FBV Longboard