#1
I dont know much about amps but was wondering which of these amps i should get for Classic Rock, Rock and Some Indie stuff

A Vox VT30 Valvetronix Combo
http://www.reverb-store.co.uk/product-detail.asp?prod=3865

A line 6 spider III
http://www.reverb-store.co.uk/product-detail.asp?prod=1620

Or An Orange Crush 30R
http://www.guitarampkeyboard.com/en/crush-30r/67688

I've heard some bad things about the Spider but i have no really idea on amps, only that Tube amps are supposed to be really good, but out of my price range

Help Appreciated
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#2
vox valvetronix is a good amp IMO
spiders just plain suck
i dont have experience with the orange tho
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#4
Budget?
Styles?
Willing to go used?
Gigging or home use?
Nearest Major city?
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#6
Quote by Jhachey22
Budget?
Styles?
Willing to go used?
Gigging or home use?
Nearest Major city?



Max £200
No to the used unless its an awesome deal
Small Gigs and Home use, e.g 50-100 max in a medium sized hall
Mjor cities are.... Glasgow and Edinburgh

And thanks tothe other posters that helped Keep em opinions coming

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#8
Of those, definately the vox. also, if you like the spider for effects, look at the peavey vypyr 75. unfortunately, the vt30 pry wont be loud enough for a gig. you could always mic it tho. i would keep looking on ebay and craigslist if I were you tho. used is the way to go.
#9
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Of those, definately the vox. also, if you like the spider for effects, look at the peavey vypyr 75. unfortunately, the vt30 pry wont be loud enough for a gig. you could always mic it tho. i would keep looking on ebay and craigslist if I were you tho. used is the way to go.

the 30 will be planty loud. i played a gig with my buddy who was using one, and he sounded just fine and came through the mix without a hitch.
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#10
Thanks folks for the help anymore suggestions or that would still be appreciated, im leaning towards the Vox right now, but may be able to stretch my budget a bit to about £300 MAX! but i was thinking about maybe buying a POD or a pedal or 2 with any spare money
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#12
Line 6 Flextone III from ebay or personal adds. Check the Gear Ads on the UG forums. You could probably pick up an Orange Tiny Terror combo for £300, and maybe a Blackstar HT5 and Blackheart Little Giant.
The Vox is a nice amp, though. Can't go wrong with it for Classic Rock.
#13
I'd go with a Peavey Vypyr, great amp, very versatile, and sounds better than most amps in the price range
Gear
Guitars
- Ibanez GRX20
- Austin SG
- Alveraz Artist Acoustic Electric
Amps
- Kustom 15W
- Peavey Vypyr 75W
- Monitor speaker!
Effects
- Behringer V-Amp Multi-effects
- Dunlop Cry Baby Wah
- Tubescreamer
- Sampera I
#14
Vox if you want more versatility. If not, go for the Orange.
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#15
Quote by AngryGoldfish
Line 6 Flextone III from ebay or personal adds. Check the Gear Ads on the UG forums. You could probably pick up an Orange Tiny Terror combo for £300, and maybe a Blackstar HT5 and Blackheart Little Giant.
The Vox is a nice amp, though. Can't go wrong with it for Classic Rock.

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