#1
Alright, I've done a lot of research and have come down to 4 options for myself.

Requirements
- Budget around $250
- Usable with Digitech GNX3000 system giving of good sound, not necessarily for it's effects but rather my pedal system's effects
- Any sound from Zeppelin to Green Day to Beatles
- Crappy Squier Strat guitar
- If used live it would be something small, but mostly for jamming (with a drummer)

The Options:
http://www.ultimate-guitar.com/reviews/guitar_amplifiers/roland/cube_30/index.html
http://www.ultimate-guitar.com/reviews/guitar_amplifiers/vox/ad30vt/index.html
http://www.ultimate-guitar.com/reviews/guitar_amplifiers/crate/fw120/index.html
http://www.ultimate-guitar.com/reviews/guitar_amplifiers/peavey/vypyr_30/index.html

Help :O ?
#2
get the vox. it will give you that awesome classic rock sound as well as old green day.
Gear

Epiphone Les paul
Vox ac50cp2
Ibanez s520ex
Squire Jazzbass
#5
mostly because those other ones suck balls and you will regret buying two days after.
Gear

Epiphone Les paul
Vox ac50cp2
Ibanez s520ex
Squire Jazzbass
#7
Sorry to bump but I need more opinions.

Why that one fly? From my understanding I need an amp with a good clean sound which will allow the audio from my pedal system to go through, correct? I need to play over a drummer and besides that I don't care.

Suggestions on the above?
#8
All of the ones you picked were modeling amps, which won't sound good with a multi-effects pedal running in front of them. The Peavey Bandit is ideal here.
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#9
Quote by zipmike
Why that one fly? From my understanding I need an amp with a good clean sound which will allow the audio from my pedal system to go through, correct? I need to play over a drummer and besides that I don't care.

Suggestions on the above?
The Bandit has plenty of power for playing live and the clean channel will work with your multifx. It also has an FX loop if you just wanted to use the GNX FX along with the Bandit's distortion channel.
#10
Quote by Raijouta
All of the ones you picked were modeling amps, which won't sound good with a multi-effects pedal running in front of them. The Peavey Bandit is ideal here.
+1.

If the Peavey Bandit doesn't entice very much, look into other used gear with a similar vibe: Blackheart Little Giant, Vox AC4TV, Epiphone Valve Junior, Orange AD5, etc.

edit: apologies: I've just noticed you want to jam with a drummer, so my options are not suited. Where are you based?
Last edited by AngryGoldfish at Aug 11, 2009,