#1
i play punk rock some classic rock no pedals and a good clean channel is required not to mention a ear bleeding distortion
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#2
save up a bit more money and u can get somethin good
dont be impatiant !!!!!

savge about 350 / 400 and youl get yourself an alright amp
#4
Quote by samlocke14
used peavey classic 30?
what currency do you guys use in egypt?

btw i am moving frm egypt so i wont buy it frm egypt but just for your knowledge
(L.E--> pounds)
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-Epiphone les paul special II
-Peavey Valveking 112
#5
Quote by greendayispunk
btw i am moving frm egypt so i wont buy it frm egypt but just for your knowledge
(L.E--> pounds)

cheers mate
for that money you will most likely have to used if you want a nice tube amp, you could get something like a peavey vypyr or a pod brand new for that money bt it all depends on weather u want tube or solid state
#6
Quote by samlocke14
cheers mate
for that money you will most likely have to used if you want a nice tube amp, you could get something like a peavey vypyr or a pod brand new for that money bt it all depends on weather u want tube or solid state

btw incase u got it wrong i said dollars just saying man i prefer tube but if solid state it better be an amazing one :P now gimme suggestions
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#7
Quote by greendayispunk
btw incase u got it wrong i said dollars just saying man i prefer tube but if solid state it better be an amazing one :P now gimme suggestions

Peavey vyper and Roland cube are pretty sood SS modellers.
#8
well i use the Line 6 spider 3 and it is excellent, i have the 15watt but the 30 and i think 75 watt are all under $300.


There might be better amps though...
Last edited by CSMiller at Sep 6, 2009,
#9
SuperChamp XD
$299.99
/thread
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#11
Quote by thrasher.
this or VT30.

my genre's in mind which is better
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-Peavey Valveking 112
#12
Svae up$50 more and you can get the Bugera V22 which is awesome.

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#13
Quote by greendayispunk
my genre's in mind which is better

Well, a Superchamp is tonally better as a whole, because it is all tube and if you listened to them side to side, it sounds a little better then the VT. but, I really like the VT because you actually get alto of usable, decent features in the amp. You get plenty of effects , 11 of them. All the 22 amp models sound pretty accurate, and you have alot of room to tweak sounds and get what tone you want with the VT. Plus you get 8 banks to store you favorite tones/ settings. I think it's an excellent practice amp. I had one, don't have it anymore, but might get one again. The SCXD like I said sounds great, but you don't get as many features as the Vox and it's a little more. It's really if you want an amp jampacked with features or one that just sounds amazing for the price (not the say the VT doesn't sound good). I will warn you, the VT doesn't sound the greatest cranked loud.
#14
Quote by jc349
Save up $50 more and you can get the Bugera V22 which is awesome.

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#15
Quote by jc349
Svae up$50 more and you can get the Bugera V22 which is awesome.

does it work with heavey distorted stuff and also squeakey clean cleans (lolwut)
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-Peavey Valveking 112
#16
Quote by thrasher.
Well, a Superchamp is tonally better as a whole, because it is all tube and if you listened to them side to side, it sounds a little better then the VT. but, I really like the VT because you actually get alto of usable, decent features in the amp. You get plenty of effects , 11 of them. All the 22 amp models sound pretty accurate, and you have alot of room to tweak sounds and get what tone you want with the VT. Plus you get 8 banks to store you favorite tones/ settings. I think it's an excellent practice amp. I had one, don't have it anymore, but might get one again. The SCXD like I said sounds great, but you don't get as many features as the Vox and it's a little more. It's really if you want an amp jampacked with features or one that just sounds amazing for the price (not the say the VT doesn't sound good). I will warn you, the VT doesn't sound the greatest cranked loud.

sold to the vt :P
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-Epiphone les paul special II
-Peavey Valveking 112
#17
Um, for $300 I'd suggest a Peavey Vypyr. Can't get much better than that.
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#18
Quote by oneblackened
Um, for $300 I'd suggest a Peavey Vypyr. Can't get much better than that.

hmm
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#20
bugera maybe

i wouldnt get a vox just because they dont handle pedals well, and trust me, you're gonna want to use pedals soon
#21
The Vox VT series is great but if you want those sparkley clean tones, the Fender Super Champ's clean channel is effing excellent! Either way you go between the Vox and the Fender I think you'll be happy, good luck fellow punk rocker.
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#22
Quote by gregs1020
SuperChamp XD
$299.99
/thread


+1
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#23
Quote by skittle_eater
bugera maybe

i wouldnt get a vox just because they dont handle pedals well, and trust me, you're gonna want to use pedals soon


I'm gonna have to disagree with this. I've found that my Valvetronix handles most pedals very well.

And my vote also goes to the VT30. Incredibly versatile amps.
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#24
Quote by gregs1020
SuperChamp XD
$299.99
/thread

+1. great amps, can't go wrong with it.
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#25
I think that a used Laney AOR 50 would be in your price range. If you can find one then get it, because they are fabulous amps.
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#26
i just got a 30 watt peavey vypyr for 150 quid, guessing like 250 dollars atm, it's working beautifully, deffo when miced up it would sound nice and just the channel switcher footpedal needed coz you got the effects programmed in and you can customise presets etc. deffo reccomend it
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