#1
Hello!


I´m going to buy a new AMP and right now i only have not much money so my option is:


Marshall MG100HFX Stack for only 6900kr - 690 USD

Specs : 100W, 4Channel, Effect: Reverb, Chorus, Phaser, Flanger and Delay.
3-Band EQ, Switchbar FDD - Function, and Bonus a Footswitch.

Now my Second option:

Line 6 Spider IV 150.

Power: 150-Watt Stereo
Speakers: Two 12" Custom Celestion® Speakers
AMP Models: 16 Amp Models:
Green and Red versions of:
Clean
Class A
Twang
Blues
Hi Gain
Crunch
Metal
Insane
Effects: 20 Smart FX:
Red Comp
Fuzz Pi
Auto Wah
Auto Swell
Pitch Glide
Smart Harmony
Sine Chorus
Line 6 Flanger
Phaser
u-vibe
Opto Trem
Bias Trem
Digital Delay
Analogue w/Mod
Tape Echo
Multi-Head
Sweep Echo
Reverse
Lux Spring
Vintage Plate
and Tap Tempo
Up to 4 at once

Adjustable Gate

Adjustable Boost

Presets: 300+ Artist-created Presets
Almost 200 Song-based Presets
64 User- programmable Presets
4 channels

Another option:

Blackstar HT Soloist 60

• 60 Watt valve combo
• 2xECC83, 2xEL34
• Two footswitchable channels
• 12” Celestion speaker
• Enhanced tone controls
• Patent-Applied for Infinite Shape Feature (ISF)
• Clean voice switch
• Overdrive voice switch
• Footswitchable solo boost with body switch
• Presence
• Master volume
• Digital reverb with dark/bright switch
• Speaker emulated output with 1x12/4x12 voicing
• Effects loop with effects level switch
• 4-way footswitch included
• Cool vintage styling


And the last one:

Blackstar HT Club 40

• 40 Watt valve combo
• 2xECC83, 2xEL34
• Two footswitchable channels
• 12” Celestion speaker
• Enhanced tone controls
• Patent-Applied for Infinite Shape Feature (ISF)
• Clean voice switch
• Overdrive voice switch
• Master volume
• Digital reverb with dark/bright switch
• Speaker emulated output
• Effects loop
• 2-way footswitch included
• Cool vintage styling


So please help me chose: I Want the best of those 4! and Best of all thing!
My guess would go for Line 6 IV 150 but reply your choice here please


Peace!
#3
It depends what you're gonna be playing, but the Blackstars are going to be waaaaaay better than the MG or Spider tone-wise.

The only reason to think about the Spider if if you realllllly want the effects and stuff, but from what Spiders I've listened to, none of the effects are worth anything anyway.

Not familiar with those Blackstars in particular, but I have an HT-5 and it's a great little amp.
#4
I'd say the Soloist 60. I played one the other week on work experience.
Really nice tone, nice spectrum of sounds, and built really well, too.
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#6
What kind of music do you play?
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#9
definitely one of the blackstars - the marshall and the line 6 are quite decent practice amps, but are ludicrously overpriced once you get into the higher wattages because they really are no better than the cheap practice amp versions.

that is, if you're looking for an amp for gigging or practicing with a band (seeing as how you're looking at 40-60 watt tube amps and 100+ watt solid states, i assume you are looking for a band practice/gigging amp).

Otherwise, if you're just looking for a bedroom practice/home recording amp there's no tonal benefit in having more wattage and in these situations it can actually be a disadvantage.
I like analogue Solid State amps that make no effort to be "tube-like", and I'm proud of it...

...A little too proud, to be honest.
#10
Nah i just need an new amp since i need an upgrade from what i have.....Think i will go with the Blackstar Soloist 60

Thanks for the help and tips!