#1
I'm looking for a combo amp with these requirements:
-it must be able to go from jazz clean to british vintage overdrive to high gain metal
-if possible, 3 channels (clean, od and lead)
-a nice tweakable eq for every channel
-wattage between 50 and 100 watt
-sturdy enough for a lot of pubs/small venues gigs

i'm prepared to spend between 1500/2000€, but the less, the better
#2
I would say a low wattage mesa maybe? I'm not too experienced with awesome tube amps, but I personally like blackstar quite a bit for not too expensive.
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#3
The Egnater Tourmaster is a 4 channel head with increasing amounts of gain on each channel, it also has variable wattage for each channel and an assignable effects loop. It doesn't do a great high gain tone on it's own, but a boost and an eq would probably get you there. I think the head runs for about 1300$, I don't know how much it'll be in Europe though.
#4
Peavy JSX
Has 3 channels with its each tone controls!!!
Clean
OD
and High Gain channel.
And a built in Noise Gate
I love my JSX
#5
Those are all great amplifiers (love the jsx) but I asked for a COMBO amp (don't have enough space, and is easier for trasportation), don't care if it's tube, solid state or hybrid (but I prefer tube )
#6
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Those are all great amplifiers (love the jsx) but I asked for a COMBO amp (don't have enough space, and is easier for trasportation), don't care if it's tube, solid state or hybrid (but I prefer tube )

The JSX had a combo version as did the Peavey XXX.
#7
The Line 6 DT50 series is pretty nice. Other then that You will always get the same amps on these things. Peavey, Egnater, Engl, Orange. Mesa, ...ect.
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#8
marshall JVM (whichever incarnation), it's quite good clean-wise, and everything else is covered.
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#9
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marshall JVM (whichever incarnation), it's quite good clean-wise, and everything else is covered.

I actualy think this is one of Marshalls worst amps ever. It does alot o stuff OK, but nothing very good.

Look into some Laney combos, like the VC,TT models.

The Peavey JSX/XXx/Ultra are very nice and cheap too.
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