#1
I've had for a long time a Fender Princeton Chorus that I intend to change for a head and cabinet. I have played lot of times in stereo (for flanger, chorus, delay and pitch shifting). I play mainly songs from Muse, U2, The Killers and Rage Against the Machine.

I'm looking to be able to connect the delay pedal I have (timefactor) into a stereo effects loop. Can you recommend me an amp head?

I'd like to have a modern rock tone. Like some Orange amps. I plan to spend less than 1000$ in it. And it's very important it also has good cleans

Let those recommendations come!

Thanks!
#2
do you gig out a lot? play with a drummer? full band? can you buy used?
are you in the states, with access to craigs list?

what other factors are important for your needs.
because you've got a large enough budget. so you might as well get the most for your money.
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#3
Unless you're gigging don't bother, if its just room practise it's hard to notice the difference unless you relatively far away from it
#4
Yes, ot would be for gigging. Nothing serious, just a hobby.
It's not that we really need it to be stereo, but it will be a gift to myself hehe

And yes, it's with a full band, but in Europe (Spain) and have no idea what craiglist is (ads?)

Well, i can just think of these:

-Good cleans
-Modern rock tone (medium gain it's enough)
-Stereo
-Will play things like Muse, Kings of Leon, RATM, RHCP, U2, The Killers
-I prefer to buy new, but it's ok if not

I have an open mind for gear, so no need to replicate the exact sound of any of those bands.

This is like writing a letter to santa
#5
I just heard about the Rivera S120, but seems like that's the only one existing in head amp format, is it true?