#1
Hi UG!

I'm looking for a new combo amp, because my Crate is a piece of crap. So, the new amp must be loud enough for gigs. Good cleans and OD is what i need and I'm looking for a modern rock sound.

Cheers.
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#2
Either a Line 6 Spider IV 75 or 120 or a Fender Frontman 212R Combo would be good in your case
#3
We're really gonna need a budget for your amp, as well as whether you are willing to used and such things before we can offer some serious help
#4
Jet City, I'd recommend the 100 watt head if you need cleans. You have to coax them out of the 50. Avoid modelling amps and solid state.
#5
Oh I forgot to mention, preferably tube.
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We're really gonna need a budget for your amp, as well as whether you are willing to used and such things before we can offer some serious help

Sorry.
Budget is about 600€ and I don't mind if it's used.
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#7
A used orange rocker maybe? they're around 600 and they have a modern rock sound (i think) its a 30 watt tube amp so it should be loud enough for gigs.. the thunder 30 from orange is 700 new i think so maybe you could get one of those used, that thing has more of a modern rock sound i believe.
#8
The Orange is a good suggestion.

Take a look at the Laney vc30 and lc30.
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#9
I've got a Line 6 Spider IV 75 watt...and I couldnt be happier with it. It has all the settings and tonal possibilities you could ever want. It is highly recommended in my book.
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#11
what do you mean by "modern rock"?
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