#1
im completely clueless on what amp to get. im getting £350 soon enough
yeah i know it isnt THAT much but if it helps me get a better amp then ill be happy.

i play in a band at the moment and will be soon gigging.
i play rock,instrumental,blues, some metall..

i have a ibanez rg2620 prestige
boss ME-50 effects pedal
and a Satchurator Distortion Pedal.
my amp currently is a fender frontman212r, dont know why the hell i ever wasted money on buying it, but its lasted which im happy for ha
i might also beable to sell my amp to a friend for £80-£100
soo my question is, which amp should i go for in my price range, and suits my playingg?
#2
Look at the ValvePower amps, really good amps. Prefect for Blues/Classic Rock
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#3
The Laney VC-30 might be worth looking into. You can use the drive channel and run your distortions through the clean channel to get a nice variety of dirty tones.
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#4
Okay so since my money range is limited.

the Laney VC30-112, is that a good choice?
and would it work well with my boss me 50
and vox satchurator?
also if someone has one, could give me there opinions on them?
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Look at the ValvePower amps, really good amps. Prefect for Blues/Classic Rock


This, the VP 18W is an amazing amp.
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#6
^Have you bought a VP yet?
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#7
the VP is very, very nice indeed- but what do you mean by "instrumental" and "metal"? it kicks ass for the blues and rock, but it'd need some help for the others, and might not really be suitable if you mean brootz. Unless you play the other two very occasionally.
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