#1
Hey dudez

Recently I sold my xbox 360, which along with my savings and birthday monies gives me about enough to consider buying an amp for around 400-600 euros (around 500-900 USD or 350-520 GBP)

I would like an amplifier that will be easily able to handle gigging and all that jazz.

As for sound, I generally like a few effects to mess around with, especially distortion along with delay and reverb etc. I plan to play a variety of genres, I don't want anything too specialized, but rock/metal is my main focus.

ATM amps that have caught my attention as having sounds that I like are: the roland cube, line 6 spider and line 6 flextone.

What would you guyz recommend?

Cheers

Nathan
#3
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#5
I don't know about the others but don't get the spider. My friend has one and I cringe every time he plays it. It has 4 sounds and none are as good as the others you've listed.
#7
Cheers for your advices dudes, i'll check out some of those models you've suggested further. What would you recommend for wattage? I've seen an alright deal for a flextone 150 watt with a cover and a switch pedal type thing for about 550 euros...
#8
Let's see, is there a craigslist-like site where you live? If so, look on there for a Vetta combo.

Of those amps, though, get the Flextone.
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#10
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#11
Okey dokey, I just checked out the vetta combo, the only one I can find costs like 1,400 euros, so that's a bit over budget rlly.

Just an idea, but what would you guys think of getting a head and cab separately, like I've found some bundle thing where I can get a Line 6 Spider III HD 150 with a Laney LX412A cab?

+ I've been told that to play with live drums in concerts nd stuff I should rlly have over 80 watts. Does this apply to buying heads and cabs separately?