#1
Ive currently have 2 rg370dx one is tuned in standard and the other is dropped down 1 whole step and i play them through a line 6 spider III 30 watt amp.Basically overdrive pedals and distortion pedals dont work best with a modeling amp such as mine thus i wanted to know that would it work good with some sort of processor like a pod xt or behringer v-amp 2
#2
It would be much better to buy a whole new amp, more specifically a valve amp.
You'll thank me later.
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#3
Quote by Jesstaa
It would be much better to buy a whole new amp, more specifically a valve amp.
You'll thank me later.

yeah valve amp are way better in every sense they have a more tight sound more focused,i was thinking of getting a marshall valve amp but dude that aint cheap!
#4
Quote by zaynehmad
yeah valve amp are way better in every sense they have a more tight sound more focused,i was thinking of getting a marshall valve amp but dude that aint cheap!


I got mine for $1100 AU, never mind the fact I basically destroyed the trannies in a week for whatever reason, tubes weren't biased properly or some ****.
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#5
Quote by zaynehmad
yeah valve amp are way better in every sense they have a more tight sound more focused,i was thinking of getting a marshall valve amp but dude that aint cheap!

No, that's more transistor amps/SS amps that have a tighter tone.

I suppose you could get a Peavy Valveking, or a valve amp like that though.
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