#1
I found a Bugera V22 and a cab with fender hot rod deluxe speaker in it for $285. I play pop-punk, blink 182 and sum 41 kind of stuff. I do intend to gig with it. But nothing big. Will this be good?
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#2
uuh I dunno but...
Maybe you'll like the Hughes & Kettner Edition Blue 30R???
It's a great amp, no tube but Heard some great things about them!
Good luck and cheers
#4
I use a V55 in my pop punk band and it works great. A lot of newer bands of the genre are using way more gain then they used to but for the stuff you're describing I think they have enough grit on tap.
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#5
taken straight from the Bugera thread:

Bugera V22:


22 Watt, 3 12AX7 Preamp Tubes and 2 EL84 power tubes. 2 Channel with Pentode/ Triode switch. Smooth crunch but can get nice bite too. Probably my personal fave of the Bugera line. RICH power tube breakup

Good For: Rock, Blues, Jazz, Punk, or my personal brand of Post Hardcore ;P. Perfect in the studio or at home, yet load enough for big gigs (mic'd of course)
#6
The v22 will give you what you want an the v55 is similar but as previously mentioned has a bit more gain ready. Both accept pedals really well and i dont think you could go wrong with either.
Bugeras customer service is also awesome.
I have no experience with the H&K.
#7
I agree with the comment about power tube breakup. The preamp gain is fairly fizzy on the V series but if you can get the master up to 3/4 or full on and then use the channel volumes for overall output it adds a lot more low end and less fizz.
SLAP energy drinks ftw.
#9
should be fine. and thats a good deal as long as the CAB is well built. hell, some aftermarket cabs themselves costs 300. anyway that is a good deal and it will suit you.

i recommend using some pedals if your going to do like sum 41 stuff. you might need a little extra drive or something to do their stuff.
#10
I have a DS-1. I never use the amp distortions.
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