#2
what genres do you play??
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i play alot... classic rock, grunge,modern grunge/rock, metallica style metal nothing rougher, progressive rock, clean electric, eric johnson n such
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#4
the Fender Super Champ XD would be better..........
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hmm ic but the super champ i think is higher wattage n i need to keep the wattage low, is the deal a good price?
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hmm ic but the super champ i think is higher wattage n i need to keep the wattage low, is the deal a good price?

its $259 new i guess its good but i just saw that you play metallica and grunge........
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#8
I own a Super Champ.

It's pretty awesome. I think it's better than the Blues Jr, because it has a Line Out in the back, and you can rig an 8 ohm Cab to it. I plan on getting a Marshall 4x12 soon, or the Hotrod Deville extension cab.

If you need to keep the wattage low, then do get the Vibro Champ. It's the same thing basically, just 5 watts. If it has the custom 16 voicings like the Super Champ, then setting 14(the Fender Metalhead), is good for grunge and that early Metallica sound, since you said you play that. Just get the footswitch for it(if the Vibro Champ can use one), and you'll be good.

The Vox Valvetronics are good, but are kinda...wannabe tube amps. They have one preamp tube, while the Fender Champs have 2 6V6's and a preamp tube. The Valvetronics have good digital settings, but the Fenders take pedals a lot better.

Before I bought my Super Champ, I was going to get a Vox VT50, but I got a Super Champ and a Tubescreamer instead. Much better tone-wise.
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Epiphone Acoustic/Electric
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#9
I don't know how good value that is, but it's a nice amp, especially to cover a lot of genres on a limited budget. I prefer it over some of the modelers, personally. And as far as suggesting the Super Champ over the Vibro Champ, aren't they basically the same amp, except that the Super is a bit bigger?
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