#1
i looking for a new amp, i've narrowed my choice down to the roland cube 30x and the vox vt30. i've played the cube and i realy like it especially the clean, and from the videos i've seen of the vox it seems to be a good amp, so i'm stuck on which i should get.
i have a budget of €250, £230 or $370 us.
i play all types of rock, some metal and some blues.
i currently have a epiphone g-400 and a boss ds-1.
any help is greatly appreciated.
#2
I'd get the Vox over the cube, but it depends a bit on you play, because the vox will do pretty much anything well exept high gain modern metal, if you play a lot of this, then get thte Cube
#4
Quote by britishsligean
i only play abit like metallica, black label society and black sabbath


The vox should be able to handle that.
#5
I'd go for the VT30. I generally don't like rolands. And you'll get a good metallica tone if you put it on UK modern and scoop the mids. Your distortion pedal would go perfect with it (i got same pedal).
#6
Quote by maowcat
I'd go for the VT30. I generally don't like rolands. And you'll get a good metallica tone if you put it on UK modern and scoop the mids. Your distortion pedal would go perfect with it (i got same pedal).

i seriously like the ds-1 it's better than the rubbish onboard distortion on my current amp
#7
I'd take the VT30, and I've got a cube. No good for the non-metal stuff (cube that is). But are you just practicing? Maybe you could get a vox AC4, £159. Probably wont do metal but you've money left for some pedals and the tone for practicing would be excellent
#8
Quote by ProgFolk12
I'd take the VT30, and I've got a cube. No good for the non-metal stuff (cube that is). But are you just practicing? Maybe you could get a vox AC4, £159. Probably wont do metal but you've money left for some pedals and the tone for practicing would be excellent

yeah i'm just practising. i would rather get a moddeling amp as i would like some effects but i can't afford the pedals on their own
#9
Ahk seems sensible. VT30 best bet. Unless you intend gigging any time in which case 50 would cover all your needs, but is a bit bigger/heavier/more expensive
#10
Quote by ProgFolk12
Ahk seems sensible. VT30 best bet. Unless you intend gigging any time in which case 50 would cover all your needs, but is a bit bigger/heavier/more expensive

i have no immediate intensions of gigging as i've only started getting good as i've been playing on and off for a year, but recently i got a decent guitar and i just can't put it down, all it needs is a decent amp to play it through.