#1
i just got me a metal muff so im pretty well set on the distortion,now i need an amp that would get along with it pretty well,nothing big just 20 watts,solid state with a good reverb
i found the cube 20x and a randall amp i think rg series or something,both are in my price range,but im not sure which one i should get,i need a good clean tone and a very good reverb,and something that would get along with the muff and enhance its sound

so which one is better,and what are other options in the same price range? and assume i cant find anything else which one should i pick??
#2
solid state amps don't take pedals that well. i suggest looking for a small tube/hybrid combo, maybe a valveking. u have a budget?
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#3
If you want to take advantage of the Metal Muff, then a 20Watt SolidState is not the way to go.

Save up for a tube.
#4
ummmm....
Metal muff + Modeling amp = not so good

i suggest sell the muff and buy a Vypyr
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ummmm....
Metal muff + Modeling amp = not so good

i suggest sell the muff and buy a Vypyr


No...save for a good amp
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#7
no tubes in egypt and shipping one here would take ages,cost the earth and to top it all,it might break on the way here,and i cant afford it!

how about the marshall valvestate?
#9
no bumping.
bumping is only done if you thread is a day old.

the Valvestate SUCKS!!!!!
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#10
bad call getting the metal muff before an amp. the cube will be good for you, but the metal muff will NOT sound good through the cube. i don't know about the reverb on it though.
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#11
just get a single channel amp that doesnt already have much gain, so you wont be paying for distortion that you'll be wasting
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#12
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just get a single channel amp that doesnt already have much gain, so you wont be paying for distortion that you'll be wasting



thats exactly what ive been thinking,so any certain suggestions??
#13
i have a vox pathfinder 15r..
it works well with my multi effects.. one volume, one gain and a boost switch.. it has reverb and tremolo effect too.. downside is that the EQ has only treble and bass, no mids.. but i can live with it.. it's really loud for a SS amp of 15 watts.. you can also use it as a head to connect to a cab.. it's also very loud.. i didn't think it can cope up with drums and other bigger amps but i was really surprised to hear it.. our church had a battle of the bands and it was the amp i used, it was clearly heard all over the place yet still sounded good.. it's not very costly too..
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