#1
I got a peavey envoy 110, and I only play in my basement, its pretty nice, but im curious, do I need a better amp, or do I need a new guitar?
My gear:

Memphis les paul (fixin it up as we speak!)
Schecter C1 plus
Ibanez RX 240 (been sold)
Peavey envoy 110 (Pretty dang good!)
Some washburn acoustic...
#3
Quote by SoWrongItsMatt
Well...Uh...How the hell would we know?

let me add some detail, I got an ibanez rx 240 (beginner strat rip-off). I play rock, metal, basically everything. So I was curious if u guys would suggest getting a new amp or a new guitar.
My gear:

Memphis les paul (fixin it up as we speak!)
Schecter C1 plus
Ibanez RX 240 (been sold)
Peavey envoy 110 (Pretty dang good!)
Some washburn acoustic...
#4
Quote by dwmacfar2
let me add some detail, I got an ibanez rx 240 (beginner strat rip-off). I play rock, metal, basically everything. So I was curious if u guys would suggest getting a new amp or a new guitar.


depends if you like how the ibanez plays...
#5
Quote by yomoma21
depends if you like how the ibanez plays...

it pllays nice for the rock, but it doesnt have the crunch for metal...
My gear:

Memphis les paul (fixin it up as we speak!)
Schecter C1 plus
Ibanez RX 240 (been sold)
Peavey envoy 110 (Pretty dang good!)
Some washburn acoustic...
#6
to get a better tone i would say splooge on a new amp. The way i see it, the amp is the sound, the guitar is the comfortable sound prodicing thing, but the ampis what gives the sound a kick
#7
Quote by dwmacfar2
it pllays nice for the rock, but it doesnt have the crunch for metal...


lol, thats how it sounds...
#8
the general rule of thumb is to spend more on a guitar untill you become very experienced so in your case a new guitar may be better
#9
It is impossible for any of us U.Gers to give you an unbiased assesment of your gear

"only you can do that"
PG > YWM

oh, btw... is it bad if your pee is red?

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