#1
Hey, I want to hear your guys "reviews" on these particular amps. I play from metal to blues to rock to jazz... so here are the amps I have listed

Ampeg VH140c/SS140c

Peavey 5150/6505/II

Mesa Mark Series

Mesa Recto Series

Mesa Roadking/Roadster

Peavey XXX

I know the Peavey's and the Ampeg amps are really for metal playing, but still give reviews on those please because I do play metal

Thanks everyone for your help
#3
Ampeg VH140c/SS140c- Great for pretty much everything it can do Metal, Jazz, Blues and even really nice cleans with ease

Peavey 5150/6505/II- Great for metal

Mesa Mark Series- I have to admit i've seen some pretty remarkable things pulled off with these. So they got my vote for an all arounder as well

Mesa Recto Series- Id say metal-rock and they have a decent clean to them

Mesa Roadking/Roadster- Really versatile but I havent seen to many people play blues and jazz through them. But im sure it wouldnt be a problem... Probably the most versatile amp listed besides the Ampeg

Peavey XXX- Really versatile and should be able to pull off anything but the high wattage will effect headroom so if its power tube saturation your looking for gonna have an issue.
#4
what is your MAXIMUM budget for an amp.
if you can afford a Roadking then you can afford these amps
ENGL Invader
ENGL SE120
Diamond Spec-OP
Peters Gryphon
Mako Custom Hundred/MAK-2

but if you want to stay with those amps then a Mesa/Boogie Mark IIC+ or IV can be good for the genres that you play.
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#6
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Go roadking, mark IV, or Peters Gryphon


Why not go with the ENGL amps? Just curious thats all?
#9
if you can afford the roadking, than i would go with 2 amps. the Ampeg for metal, and a used fender deluxe reverb for blues and jazz.
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#10
If you're on a budget don't forget to look at the Peavey Ultra Plus. It can do a lot of different styles (I play everything from funk to metal on mine) and its pretty cheap for a 60/120 watt tube head.
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#11
+2 to the roadking.
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#12
You must have saved up a lot if you're considering those Mesa's.
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#13
Mako is not taking any orders right now,....however I like the peters and mako suggestions over the production amplifiers!
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