#1
I' looking for a good amp for line-in recording, and also for playing with friends/ maybe a small gig. I play metal and was thinking that the Roland cube 20x would work for what I need. I play metal, also don't suggest a tube amp, their too expensive and require to much up keep.

thanks!
#4
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WOuld the vypyr 15 work for garage jamming? (I'm on a tight budget)

seriously doubt it man
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#6
vox valvetronix are good and 30watts does for band practice kinda wish i go the 50 at the time tho
Gear :
strat copy (SD Hotrails in bridge, Lil' 59 in Neck)
Orange Dual Terror
Orange PPC112
Pitchblack/SHO Clone/Morley PWA wah
#8
I manage to keep up with a drummer with my 15 watt cube at the moment, 15 watts is enough for practises.
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#9
Cube 30X, and how are valve amps too hard to maintain?
Gear
Tokai Love Rock
Vox AC4
Danelectro Transparent Overdrive
T.C. Electronic Nova Repeater
Stomp Under Foot Violet Rams Head
#10
I meant expensive get new tubes and stuff.

Thanks! I'm thinking about the Vypyr 30 but that Behringer V-tone looks good too (Not sure about the quality though)
#11
As far as I'm aware tubes aren't that expensive and you only need to replace them every so often.
Gear
Tokai Love Rock
Vox AC4
Danelectro Transparent Overdrive
T.C. Electronic Nova Repeater
Stomp Under Foot Violet Rams Head