#2
I can't tell you a thing about that amp except that it's not a tube amp. It's a SS amp with a tube.
#3
I've never heard of the brand...but if sure you could do better. What exactly is your budget?

EDIT: I just read the entire description of that amp...dont buy it. Its a hybrid amp, so its not a full tube amps (basically its a marketing scam)
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#4
It's a hybrid amp, not a tube one. Don't know if it's any good.
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#5
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I've never heard of the brand...but if sure you could do better. What exactly is your budget?


£160 too A max of £200
#6
ahh...well, then your not going to get into GOOD tube amp territory (atleast for metal tube amps)...um, you MIGHT be able to find a Peavey 6505 used for that budget, but im not even sure if they ship over in UK, im from USA
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#7
That one was at £209...

If you can save up and stretch it to £250, you might get a used Peavey Ultra combo. It's an excellent metal amp for that price.

What sounds are you looking for, and where do you live?
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#8
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That one was at £209...

If you can save up and stretch it to £250, you might get a used Peavey Ultra combo. It's an excellent metal amp for that price.

What sounds are you looking for, and where do you live?


Why does where I live matter in buying a amp?
#9
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Why does where I live matter in buying a amp?



There might be used amps in your area. But if we don't know where you live we can't help you find one.

What kind of metal are we talking about? Name a few bands.

Are you going to gig with it?
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#10
because we can go on craigslist and recommend you stuff where you live...trust me, you can buy used things CHEAP on craigslist...i had a friend once that bought a used Mesa Boogie Mark IV for 700$ on craigslist....

plus, if you live in the UK, or the USA, we can tell you what amps are available in your country...not all amps ship around the world
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#11
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because we can go on craigslist and recommend you stuff where you live...trust me, you can buy used things CHEAP on craigslist...i had a friend once that bought a used Mesa Boogie Mark IV for 700$ on craigslist....

plus, if you live in the UK, or the USA, we can tell you what amps are available in your country...not all amps ship around the world


Oh okay sorry about that I live in the UK
#12
um, you MIGHT be able to pull off finding a Peavey Ultra Combo or a Peavey 6505 tube amp...but you will have to look used for both of them, they are great for metal.

im not fluent in UK amps, all i know are traynor and Laney...both of which are AMAZING amps...
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#13
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Oh okay sorry about that I live in the UK


That much I figured from the price being pounds. Which is your closest big city?

Also, please answer the other questions I've asked.
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#14
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That much I figured from the price being pounds. Which is your closest big city?

Also, please answer the other questions I've asked.


My nearest city is York but in terms of big city's Manchester.
I play music such as Avenged Sevenfold, System Of A Down and green day.
No I do not intend to gig with it, it will be for home practice only.
#15
Then probably you won't need the überbr00tlz, so a used valveking with an overdrive might do the trick.

http://nwb.co/blog/post/24928/smittenkitten/for-sale---peavey-valveking-1x12-combo-50w

Maybe the Bugera V22? Haven't tried this, though.

Or maybe the Peavey Vypyr 30. It's a solid state modeler though.
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#16
ya, then go with what he said...the Peavey Vypyr 30 should do fine
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