#1
So, I decided I wanna buy a Vypyr 30. Should I wait 'till this weekend (Summer NAMM) and see if Peavey comes out with any new gear or an update to the vypyr line, or is that unlikely? Or should I just go ahead and order it.
#2
Well I wouldn't buy it either way, but if you're dead set on the amp, then go ahead and do it. It won't matter if you do it now or in a year, so you may as well go out and get it now.
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#3
Quote by seemeel
Well I wouldn't buy it either way, but if you're dead set on the amp, then go ahead and do it. It won't matter if you do it now or in a year, so you may as well go out and get it now.

Why? I just want a practice amp. Is there an amp of similar price range you'd recommend?
#4
My recommendations would be either the Roland Cube 30X or the Vox VT30...
Marshall amplifiers are the truest purveyors of rock and roll known to man.

"And give a man an amplifier and a synthesizer, and he doesn't become whoever, you know. He doesn't become us."

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#5
Bump. Anyone got anything else to say? Reasons why I should or shouldn't get the Vypyr 30?
#6
if you want a practice amp on a budget aimed at metal its the ideal choice.

im very pleased with mine anyway
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#7
What do you play? What is your budget? Is it just for practice at home?
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#8
THe vypyr is awesome, having played all of the competition it is the best for the money, people may say that the Vox is better however for anything modern I would take the peavey. The roland 30X is overpriced and not very good and the spider, well its a spider enough said.
#9
Quote by sg4ever
What do you play? What is your budget? Is it just for practice at home?

I commented your profile with this message, but I'll post in the thread for everyone to see.

I have a good amount of money, but the most I'm willing to spend is $300 on a practice/home/small gig(possibly, but not likely) amp. Honestly, I'm probably only going to use the 6505 preset on the Vypyr (I decided if I were to get it, I'd go with the 75 watt rather than the 30), so I'm not sure if its an optimal decision. What I really want is a 6505 112 combo, but that's just too much money.

Honestly, I'm thinking long and hard about getting the 6505+ 112.
#10
well the 6505 will be better than the vypyr at the 6505 sound.

vypyr will prolly be more versitile.
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#11
bro, imo either A. Get the 30w
or B. Get the 15w (to tide you over) then save up ~750 and check your local craiglist for a 6505 combo.
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