#1
Hi, im looking at a few amps for christmas and ive narrowed it down to a few. The marshall haze 40 watt combo. fender blues junior. Peavey classic 30. Marshall class 5 (unlikley). I mostly play jimi hendrix ACDC Led Zeppelin Rolling Stones and I want that classic Blues-Rock Crunch. I am open to suggestions but I CAn probley only squeeze about 600 maybe 650 at max from my parents. Thanks
#2
Even though the Class 5 has that sound, it's too simplistic and you can do better with your budget. I haven't heard the Haze but if it's voiced similarly then it might be your best option.

A Vox AC15 or used AC30 just might be up your alley though.
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#5
I would definitely go for the Classic 30, out of that list, very nice for that genre.
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#6
The Classic 30 would pretty much fit your needs.
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#7
Don't get an AC15, they are awful, really cheaply manufactured. If you live in England look at the ValvePower 18w.
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#8
Classic 30 would be perfect.

@ Jak Archer, WTF are you talking about? AC15's are some of the best amps I've played.
#9
^All of the Custom Classic series are cheaply manufactured in China, Vox were so much better when they were owned by JMI.
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