#2
what kind of music do you play, Vettas are great if you want pretty good tones and a lot of versatility, but if you only need one or two main sounds you might be better off getting a tube amp designed for whatever kind of sound you are looking for.
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#4
I LOVE my Vetta, I've had $3000 tube amps that I wasn't as satisfied with.
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#5
im just scared that it'll sound like a spider. theres no place close around me that has one of these so i cant try it out.
#6
it's much better than the Spider, but honestly if you're looking at dropping that much money you have a lot of options, I would suggest looking at Marshalls and whatnot as well, especially if you play a lot of classic rock (which isn't really the Vettas strong suit IMO)
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im just scared that it'll sound like a spider. theres no place close around me that has one of these so i cant try it out.

The Vetta sounds nothing like a Spider. It will completely annihilate one.

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it's much better than the Spider, but honestly if you're looking at dropping that much money you have a lot of options, I would suggest looking at Marshalls and whatnot as well, especially if you play a lot of classic rock (which isn't really the Vettas strong suit IMO)

True, low/mid gain really isn't its strong point. But, it's my dad's favorite amp that I own and he plays blues/classic rock He won't even play my Marshall if the Vetta is around
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