#1
i need a new guitar amp to just play at home and then mybe jam with some friends. So im looking to buy a 30w and i need some help. I want something kind of easy to use i like the vyper but it seems soo complicated to use with all the diffrent effects and everything. What do you guys think i should get? If it helps i have a schecter damien solo 6 and i play mostly rock and metal like bands with kinda softer sounds like nickelback to harder stuff like bfmv.

happy? added the periods =] lol
Last edited by Artur1292 at Dec 18, 2009,
#2
Budget?
Used or new?
T00bs or SS or modeling?
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#3
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Budget?
Used or new?
T00bs or SS or modeling?


not more than 250
used or new ether way if it sounds good
and i dont know just want something kind of simple to use with 30w for home and like jaming in a garage with friends
#4
What Currency?
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#7
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Do you need to get over a drummer?



no i dont have any friends that play drums yet lol
#8
Hm, well, you have a decision to make:
Would you like to make a sidestep in gear, and get a practice amp that won't do much in the long run, or would you like to save up a little more and get a pretty decent amp that will be gig-worthy and able to get over drums, and therefore be a step forward?

I assume you already have a practice amp, that's why I'm making this point. Why get another practice amp? You should be making purchases that are steps forward.

For around 300-400 dollars, you would be able to find:
Peavey Vypyr 75
Roland Cube 60
Line 6 Flextone III (used)

to name a few. All of which would be suitable for your music, and be able to get over a drummer, and play a gig with.
#9
Quote by forsaknazrael
I assume you already have a practice amp, that's why I'm making this point. Why get another practice amp? You should be making purchases that are steps forward.



yea i had a 15w but it got messed up =/. Thats why im looking to buy a new one but your right mybe i can go with a 75w ill look those ones up.
Last edited by Artur1292 at Dec 18, 2009,