#1
hey guys, im wondering which of these would be better for my style. Both are in my budget (1,000$USD) and both seem really good

i play in my bedroom and i play with a band, so it has to be quiet and loud enough for both.

I play Classic Rock, Blues, Some metal (like metallica stuff, not death metal), and country...

both seem good but im not a techy, so when i see specs on a amp i usually just daze off into a random stare...both release sometime this summer which is fine with me. The Carvin is 699.00$ USD on the main site, and the TubeMeister is (i think) either the same (699.00$USD) or 599.00$USD

Carvin V3m:
PRODUCT SPECS - http://www.carvinguitars.com/products/single.php?product=V3M

VIDEO - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hUUrRVldYlY


Hughes and Kettner TubeMeister 18
PRODUCT SPECS (i know there isnt basically any specs, but from the details you can probably get a feel for it)- http://www.hughes-and-kettner.com/products.php5?id=142&prod=TubeMeister%2018%20Head

VIDEO - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8NECrUyFCUU


personally i believe both amps are very good, but which would you all pick between the two?
#2
While H&K makes a fine amplifier, I am partial to the Carvin. I think you would be better off with a V3m. It sholuld have a broader range of tones on tap. The only way for you to be sure is to play them both and let your ears be the judge.
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#3
you could get a carvin v3 212 with $1000 I think
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#4
I have tested both at Musikmesse and TubeMeister impressed me much more.
Carvin was too much compressed and fuzzy to my taste.