#1
so im in the now awesome market for a low wattage tube amp and theirs soo many choices. I play a modified squire stratocaster standard with fender mod shop pickups and may be picking up some jackson for cheap

i like stuff such as alice in chains, tool, rhcp, hurt, plink floyd, foo fighters.
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Fender Champion if your strapped for cash.....Fender Twin Reverb, Marshall JVM something, Peavey JSX, Orange amp of any kind, Vox makes some ok amps, haven't' heard specific models though.



i dont think most of them come in low wattage, by low wattage..i mean like 15watts or less, in a combo amp... im probably looking to spend 250$ but i can save for a bit more if need be.. my spider 3 can hold me off tell i can get something good
#5
Oh, I was just naming off things that could get the tones you mentioned, maybe a Marshall Class 5, Fender Blues Junior, Vox Night Train I have heard of and it's ok, Jet City amps, Peavey Royal 8.

Just look around on Musicianfriend and post if you have questions about a specific amp.
#6
For $250 your not gonna have many options. Maybe a used Blackheart Little Giant? As far as a low watt recommendation. I'd recommend an Egnater Tweaker. I love mine more and more each day. It has so many tones and I'm almost positive it could get very close to the bands you mentioned.
#9
great little amp. how much is the orange ad5 though? if its in your range id say go for that
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#10
Egnator Tweaker or Rebel 30
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#11
Fender Super Champ XD. It's a 15W Tube amp, with a modeling (16 models) channel. Look it up, and I'm SURE you could find it lightly used for $250, or just spend 50 more and get the thing new.
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#12
As long as it has a master volume....it really doesn't matter how many watts.
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As long as it has a master volume....it really doesn't matter how many watts.


+1, well as long as it's a good one, anyway. a lot of that more modern stuff relies more on preamp gain, anyway- and a lot of those low watt amps won't do those tones, cranked or not.
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#15
The Bugera V22 is a great amp and will pretty much do all that you want to do with it.
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