#1
so it's my birthday this weekend and i was looking forward to treating myself to a new amp. currently i own the fender cybertwin se.. the thing is, it's great for at home play and has AMAZING clean tones, it's just not right for gigging with the distortion and all. I was looking to buying a head and cab.. mainly looking at a orange rocker 30, mesa stiletto deuce and a marshall dsl100 which is the cheapest one. the only reason i don't want to use the fender is due to the gain, it doesn't compare to these other amps.
#2
imo, orange are amazing, although it all depends on what kind of stuff you want to play. 2 of those amps are british voiced, and the other is american, so there's a bit of a difference there.

what sort of gigging are you actually going to be doing? because i gig with my tiny terror, and it's only 15w but plenty loud enough, so i think you could possibly be going a bit overboard on the wattage.
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#3
Quote by Baarmy_Sheep
imo, orange are amazing, although it all depends on what kind of stuff you want to play. 2 of those amps are british voiced, and the other is american, so there's a bit of a difference there.

what sort of gigging are you actually going to be doing? because i gig with my tiny terror, and it's only 15w but plenty loud enough, so i think you could possibly be going a bit overboard on the wattage.



well gigging as far as small clubs, bars and such. the studio i practice at i always use their dsl100's and the gain channels don't sound too bad but the clean channel could be a lot better. the music i am playing is alternative rock and i need a decent amt of gain.
#4
the best thing you can do is go and try them out. either find them in a shop, or someone selling one on ebay that will let you try before you buy.
http://sheepshape.co.uk

Gretsch White Falcon

Fender Volume-Tone
TC Electronic Polytune
Digitech Whammy
Vox V847-A
Ibanez TS9
Menatone Red Snapper
Marshall EH1
Boss DD7
Boss CE5
GLX NG100
EHX Cathedral
Vox AC15CC1
George L's
EBow