#1
Hey, Soon I'm going to buy a small tube amp to replace my Line6. It will be used to practice and do some recording with. My current rig is a Cort Z42 and a Line6 Spider 3 and I am soon going to buy an Epiphone Les Paul Studio Gothic. I wont gig with it so it won't need to be very powerful. I will be playing a range of genres (mainly Blues, Blues Rock, Punk and Hard Rock) so it will need to be a versatile amp. I'm torn between the Blackstar HT-5, Marshall Class 5 and the Orange AD5. In will try all the amps out soon but can anyone help with my desicion or suggest a different amp for around the same price?
Thanks.
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#2
Epiphone Les Paul Studio? You can do better IMO.
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#3
i would get the class 5 as the blackstar is more of a metal amps than what you want, and the class 5 can be hooked upto a 4x12 so you can use it to gig if you want
#5
Get the marshall class 5, once the speaker has broken in, it sounds fantastic at high volumes and it's perfect for blues and hard rock
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#6
Yea, I've tried the Marshall and the Blackstar and I'll go with the Marshall. Thanks for the help
"Guitar is tactile, It's about how you play it"
- Joe Bonamassa