#1
^^yes i do lol please help

i play hard rock and metal (metallica, gnr, ACDC etc)
my bugdet is about £500
i had a load of suggestion but i lost the paper with it so yeah lol

i want a tube amp thats quiet enough for bedroom use but loud enough to do small gigs with

thanks
#2
Peavey Classic 30

2001 Ernie Ball Music Man Axis Super Sport
2001 MIM Standard Strat
Peavey Classic 30 112 Combo.
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#4
Amps That Can Do What You Want Without a Boost:
Blackheart Handsome Devil, Laney LC15
Amps That Would Need A Boost, But Sound Great:
Laney VC15, Bugera V22 (with a boost), Crate V3112T, Vox AC15, Fender Blues Junior, Peavey Windsor Studio

I may have switched the two Laneys, I always mix those up.

EDIT: Peavey Classic 30, how could I have forgotten. Those are one of your best options.
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Quote by jonmo1
Peavey Classic 30


does that have enough gain and overdrive for metal??
#7
It can definately do the AC/DC and GNR.
May need a good distortion pedal for the heavier stuff like Metallica.

I always feel like it's easier to get a Metal tone out of a medium OD amp (like the C30).
Than it is to get a good clean tone out of a high gain amp..

You can always add a distortion pedal, but there's no pedal that can make your amp sound cleaner...

So start with a good clean sound, and build up from there.

Peavey Classic 30 all the way.

Fender Hot Rod Deluxe would be better, but probably out of your budget.

2001 Ernie Ball Music Man Axis Super Sport
2001 MIM Standard Strat
Peavey Classic 30 112 Combo.
My Gear
Last edited by jonmo1 at Aug 28, 2009,
#8
Quote by jonmo1
It can definately do the AC/DC and GNR.
May need a good distortion pedal for the heavier stuff like Metallica.

I always feel like it's easier to get a Metal tone out of a medium OD amp (like the C30).
Than it is to get a good clean tone out of a high gain amp..

You can always add a distortion pedal, but there's no pedal that can make your amp sound cleaner...

So start with a good clean sound, and build up from there.

Peavey Classic 30 all the way.

Fender Hot Rod Deluxe would be better, but probably out of your budget.


http://www.guitarampkeyboard.com/en/fender-hot-rod-deluxe/9794
#10
Quote by jonmo1
Peavey Classic 30


Yep, you'll need something like a tubescreamer to go into metal territory though.