#2
Line 6 Spider III.

Or so it seems.

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#5
we talkin big amps?
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#7
I'm thinking it's currently a toss up between Crate and Line 6, but I can see the Vypyr changing tat around real quick.
#9
i hav a spider 3.....and so do all my guitarist friends....i think the spider wins XD
even if i now realize how much of a suckage amp it is....good sounds...but its so damn hard to work with.....and dnt even think about using pedals...hellz to the naw...
#11
if were talking "real" amps, i see alot of peavey classic 30s, and alot of blues jrs.
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#12
MGs and Spiders. They are the best selling amps so I imagine lots of people have them.
#13
Low end amps, probably Spiders or Vypyrs for the newer generation.

Mid range, Bugera and Classic 30s seem the most likely suspects.

High end, 5150/6505 or AC30.
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#16
I know its definitely not the Fallen Angel - in the almost three and half years that I've owned it I've only ever talked to two other people on here who owned one.

Like its been said - a lot of Spiders, MGs, Cubes, 5150s, Classic 30s, VKs, etc.