#1
Hi, im planning of buying new combo amp.
I play mostly classic rock, grunge, punk, blues, punk-blues;
White Stripes, Nirvana, Led Zeppelin, Clash, AFI, The Stooges .
I need loud amp, for playing with friends, drummer, gig.

Peavey Bandit 112 transtube good for this stuff?

Also, some tube amps.

but about next amps: are they loud, becouse they are only 15-20W, enough loud to play with drummer.
http://www.thomann.de/gb/blackheart_handsome_devil_combo_bh15112.htm 15W

http://www.thomann.de/gb/jet_city_amplification_112rc.htm 20W

Thanks!
#3
Out of the two of those, go with the Jet City.
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#4
You should probably get an amp with a good clean tone, and get OD & Distortion pedals for your dirt.

In your budget, check out a Bugera V55, and a Hardwire SC2 Valve Distortion pedal. Going used can save you a lot of money.
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#6
Quote by Offworld92
You should probably get an amp with a good clean tone, and get OD & Distortion pedals for your dirt.

In your budget, check out a Bugera V55, and a Hardwire SC2 Valve Distortion pedal. Going used can save you a lot of money.

no, just no

recommending a extremely mediocre, cheaply made amp and a poor distortion pedal is a terrible idea.

TS if you want better help give us your budget, location, and willingness to go used
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#7
I think the Jet City looks like a good amp for what you need. Also, a Peavey Classic 30 might be good if you can afford it. But seriously go used, you'll get so much more bang for your buck.
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#8
Quote by lbj273
no, just no

recommending a extremely mediocre, cheaply made amp and a poor distortion pedal is a terrible idea.

TS if you want better help give us your budget, location, and willingness to go used


Yes Bugera sucks, but it looks like TS only has ~300 Euro to spend. You can't really do much in that budget when you need to be able to get over drums. On top of that, the V series is the least complained about series, by far. If you have to get a Bugera, a V is your safest bet.

As far as the Hardwire being poor... are you serious? Have you ever heard one? Hardwire makes some of the best pedals out there for the money.
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#9
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Yes Bugera sucks, but it looks like TS only has ~300 Euro to spend. You can't really do much in that budget when you need to be able to get over drums. On top of that, the V series is the least complained about series, by far. If you have to get a Bugera, a V is your safest bet.

As far as the Hardwire being poor... are you serious? Have you ever heard one? Hardwire makes some of the best pedals out there for the money.

Hardwire is the series name for the pedals dumbass, they are made by Digitech. Trust me, I know my pedals

Also if those amps he posted were any indication, his budget is the equivalent of about $450, which is more than enough to get a quality amp
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#11
I have boss-ds1, the problem at this moment, is enough loud and good amp.
Is that 15W enough?
#12
What? Which one are you talking about now. !5W tube amps are loud. The AC30 has been considered one of the loudest amps actually. I completely agree with the fact that all
Digitech pedals minus the whammy are junk-RP and Hardwire specifically. Are Bugera amps really that bad though I have never played one but I assumed they were okay. I would look for a used fender hot rod deluxe. Just go to a shop see what you can do. Catlinbread, think I spelled it right, makes some really cool pedals so just consider some companies for pedals you may not hear of in a distributors magizine and stuff.

http://www.musiciansfriend.com/amplifiers-effects/ibanez-tsa15-tube-screamer-15w-1x12-tube-guitar-combo-amp/h76499000000000

http://www.musiciansfriend.com/amplifiers-effects/blackheart-bh15-112-handsome-devil-series-15w-1x12-tube-guitar-combo-amp/483097000001000

http://www.musiciansfriend.com/amplifiers-effects/peavey-valveking-112-combo-amp/481442000000000
#13
Thanks! i just wonder, what should i buy, BlackHeart or Peavey Bandit. Tubes are cool, makes awesome sound, i love it, but i want to be 100% sure it will be loud at settings 5-6 volume (of 12), so i will not destroy speaker.
#14
Quote by lbj273
Hardwire is the series name for the pedals dumbass, they are made by Digitech. Trust me, I know my pedals



This is a douche-bag response. We all know what he meant - no need to insult him.