#1
I'm looking for one with a lot of reverb, delay, chous, phlanger, and a few others.
#2


Budget, style of playing, what other gear do you have, location?

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#4
right, sorry. I've got an ibanez rg370dxgp4 but may be buying a schecter/gibson/fender soon. As for my gear, crybaby wah and ds-1 distortion.
#5
I've used a Zoom Fire-30 ever since I sold my Mesa' half stack. It's done me pretty well so far.
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#6
The Roland cube line is really solid. I have the 30 watt and i'm a big fan
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#7
Line 6 Vetta II
Hughes & Kettner SwitchBlade
Line 6 Flextone
Atomic Reactor 18/50
Peavey Vypyr
Vox VT series
Roland Cube series

BTW dont waste your money on a Gibby, they are not worth it (the new ones) but the pre 04 models are really worth it.
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#8
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The Roland cube line is really solid. I have the 30 watt and i'm a big fan


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#10
What's the budget?

A used H&K Switchblade 1x12 combo is right up your alley. Tons of effects, all of which range from phenomenal to good, and sounds like a tube amp (something that doesn't happen that often when a tube amp has built in digital effects).
#11
^^ should i report you for that unhelpful post????
its to the guy above you BeethovensBust
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BTW dont waste your money on a Gibby, they are not worth it (the new ones) but the pre 04 models are really worth it.

With that broad of a statement I'm going to strictly disagree.

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#15
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The Roland cube line is really solid. I have the 30 watt and i'm a big fan


+ 1

It's a nice practice amp, not too pricey, and it has all the effects you specified on it. Plus, that little amp can get loud!
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#16
amps with effects built in suck, go tube and build a pedalbaord
unless you are talking about a line 6 vetta or something
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#17
^STFU!!!!

have you tried any of the amps i posted on my first post???
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^STFU!!!!

have you tried any of the amps i posted on my first post???


Unless TS lives in a music store, he might need more time than 16 minutes.
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#19
^wat...................
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#20
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^wat...................


You are asking if TS has tried out the multiple amps you posted in this thread 24 minutes ago.

He probably haven't even been able to get to a music store in 24 minutes.
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#21
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^STFU!!!!

have you tried any of the amps i posted on my first post???



yes sorry, all i saw wa s a pic of a spider....lol
your post is
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#22
^^ its not for the TS
its for the guy above me
this symbol ^ means to the guy above me......

and before he edited his post he said ALL amps with built in effects suck. which is pure BS
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#23
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and before he edited his post he said ALL amps with built in effects suck. which is pure BS


I will agree with that.
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#24
^ im talking about harvesterofsrrw not the TS
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#25
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^ im talking about harvesterofsrrw not the TS


I know this.
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#26
Line 6 Vetta
periphery/bulb!

gear:
Ibanez RG7321 w/ D-sonic in bridge

Peavey 5150 mk ii & b52 4x12 cab

line 6 podxt for recording

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#27
yeah they dont all suck, but the effects that are built into amps are not as good as individual stomboxes right, thats my opinion and im entitled to it :P
if all hes doing is playing in his room the amps you mentioned are fine, the vetta's and switchblade and maybe the flextone's are good for band situations the others dont get heard very well at high volume and dont have the same presence in a live situation and yes ive tried all those amps
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