#1
Hey

I'm purely a bedroom player and although I've been playing on and off for 8 years its been mainly off so I've never played in a band and with work commitments its unlikely it would happen any time soon

So basically I play 90% metal, rammstein, CoB, CoF style tones are what I'm after

I currently have a peavey vypyr 30 and I'm quite pleased with it but I wouldn't mind getting to the next level if that's possible in a bedroom enviroment.

Budget isn't the issue at the moment as I don't have one set but I wouldn't mind options from all ranges.
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#5
Axe FX
Line 6 POD HD
Computer based amp modelling (Guitar Rig, Amplitube, Revalver, etc.)

Those in case you don't plan any gigging or band rehearsing.
#6
free vst plugins ie: nick crow or lepou
line 6 pod

i doubt you will get much better than the vyper for the bedroom. you could look into an orange dark terror but thats on you
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#9
and your vypyr isnt accomplishing these tones? if your already happy with it then i dont see a need to upgrade if your just in a bedroom playing setting
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#10
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and your vypyr isnt accomplishing these tones? if your already happy with it then i dont see a need to upgrade if your just in a bedroom playing setting


the vypyr is good but i think it might be the fact i used to play more regular and before i had my daughter i had an ENGL Powerball and didnt have to play at the level i do now

i think until i get chance to try out either the AxeFX or Mini Rec ill hold onto my vypyr, ill also look at the POD but i used to have a Line6 Flextone 112 and it was a bit lacking in some way.

cheers for the help so far though guys
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#11
the axe fx will definatley be the best choice if you want to jam loud or with headphones. but mind you a special power cab would need to be purchased
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