#1
At the moment I am using a Bugera 333XL 212 Into a 412 I loaded with Celestions.
I am Considering a new amplifier due to the fact the power tubes that came with it have blown.
They are sending a Quartet of new tubes and I am waiting as I type this very post.

I am looking to get a new amplifier incase it breaks down once more.

I play Progressive Rock, Progressive metal, Avante Garde, Jazz fusion, Postrock, Mathrock, Shoegaze, Technical Deathmetal, and a lot of experimental and instrumental Ambient.
3 channels would be prefered, I could take a portion off for a nice ovrdrive.
Taking pedals well is needed.
Tubed is prefered.
The Cleanest and mot pristine of Clean Channels
Pick Responcive.
An Overdrive that can go from Cleanish Hella-like tone to Jazz Drive to Light Metal Rythmn.
And a Lead channel that can go from Hard rock to Cynicesk Rythmn to Full out Techical Deathmetal.
Effects loop is needed.
Built in Reverb would be nice.

Budget = Don't go extreemly high but preferably keep it high-end.
#2
How about the Orange Rockerverb? These sound pretty amazing, my best friend has one. He loves it and it has never let him down. The clean pretty good, better than what you would expect from an Orange.

Sorry about your Bugera
#3
Mesa Roadster, JSX, etc.

Your asking for a lot in an amp man lol
American Strat:
Area 61 Neck, Area 67 Middle & Bridge
Spretzel Locking Tuners
Graphtech Nut & String Tree
Lots O' Love!

JSX + Orange Cab
Fender Blues Deluxe
Deluxe Memory Man
Fulltone Full Drive 2 & OCD
H2O Chorus/Echo
#4
I know I recommend this amp alot, but consider the Boogie Mark III.
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#5
Peavey JSX
ENGL Powerball or Fireball
Line 6 Vetta (for versatility. Sounds great though)
Peavey 3120
Randall RM100 with Blackface, Plexi, and 1086 modules (probably your best bet, IMO)

Honestly, the Bugera tubes are crap. You'd be better off getting some JJ or Mullards and biasing them yourself.
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Z.Vex SHO
AnalogMan Stereo Chorus
Barber Tone Press
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#6
Peavey JSX (would need an overdrive though)? Mesa Mark IV?
Board:
Pitchblack - Fulltone Octafuzz - Hardwire OD - Blakemore Effects Deus Ex Machina - MXR Micro Chorus - Diamond Memory Lane Jr - EHX SMMH - Neunaber Wet
#7
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Peavey JSX (would need an overdrive though)? Mesa Mark IV?



As a JSX owner, I can say it has plenty of gain for any Death Metal whatever genre.
American Strat:
Area 61 Neck, Area 67 Middle & Bridge
Spretzel Locking Tuners
Graphtech Nut & String Tree
Lots O' Love!

JSX + Orange Cab
Fender Blues Deluxe
Deluxe Memory Man
Fulltone Full Drive 2 & OCD
H2O Chorus/Echo
#8
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As a JSX owner, I can say it has plenty of gain for any Death Metal whatever genre.

Ah, fair enough. I havent had too much time with it
Board:
Pitchblack - Fulltone Octafuzz - Hardwire OD - Blakemore Effects Deus Ex Machina - MXR Micro Chorus - Diamond Memory Lane Jr - EHX SMMH - Neunaber Wet
#9
I was considering the Mark IV.
I don't like the JSX tonally as much as the Bugera really, A downgrade is not what I am looking for.
If it counts, The Clean Channel is the most important part of the tone.
Which one of these amplifiers has the "Smoothest" Lead tone?
#10
[quote="'[BurnTheDusk"]']I was considering the Mark IV.
I don't like the JSX tonally as much as the Bugera really, A downgrade is not what I am looking for.
If it counts, The Clean Channel is the most important part of the tone.
Which one of these amplifiers has the "Smoothest" Lead tone?

The mark series has the smoothest lead.

The Roadster is better by sheer versiltality in my opinion though.
American Strat:
Area 61 Neck, Area 67 Middle & Bridge
Spretzel Locking Tuners
Graphtech Nut & String Tree
Lots O' Love!

JSX + Orange Cab
Fender Blues Deluxe
Deluxe Memory Man
Fulltone Full Drive 2 & OCD
H2O Chorus/Echo
#11
[quote="'[BurnTheDusk"]']I was considering the Mark IV.
I don't like the JSX tonally as much as the Bugera really, A downgrade is not what I am looking for.
If it counts, The Clean Channel is the most important part of the tone.
Which one of these amplifiers has the "Smoothest" Lead tone?


Read my post for more amps.

Randall RM100 if you can, dude.
GAS LIST

Z.Vex SHO
AnalogMan Stereo Chorus
Barber Tone Press
Way Huge Supa Puss
#12
[quote="'[BurnTheDusk"]']
If it counts, The Clean Channel is the most important part of the tone.
Which one of these amplifiers has the "Smoothest" Lead tone?

In that case, check out a Budda Superdrive and maybe an OD (they do get pretty high gain on their own, more than some videos would imply. Most people who get them are 'bluesmen' who want to play their 12-bar shuffle on a booteek amp and fiddle with the settings every minute) You may have to look used to find a good deal on one though.
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Gay & Lesbian I think, the box smelled funny
Greg what did you send me??
Last edited by Raijouta at Jul 30, 2009,
#13
You really need seperate preamps for this mate...consider a rack rig. I second the RM100 idea.
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#14
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You really need seperate preamps for this mate...consider a rack rig. I second the RM100 idea.

a rack rig is good choice TS.

and also if you can save up to 3000.... an ENGL SE or Savage can be a good choice
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