#1
I'm going to buy new practice amp and i can't decide which one to buy.

I have in mind VOX AD30VT - xl and Line 6 spider IV 75
I mostly play metal and rock.

Which one you think is better?
#2
I would recommend not getting the Spider.

Never played the Vox.
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#3
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I would recommend not getting the Spider.

Never played the Vox.


Forget the Spider.

I have the newer version of the Valvetronix, it's the plus. The older ones are considered superior and I believe that one has an effects loop.

The new one sounds great, so if the old ones sounds better....
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#4
Zany, what is your budget? The Peavey Vypyr series is a no brainer for a metal practice amp in my opinion..

What is your main rig and what exact sound are you going for or are you just looking for something to get the fingers stretched out while not in the practice room?
#5
I've heard the line 6 spider amps are horrid, but then again everyone has different opinions, It would probably depend if you're relying on amp distortion or pedals aswell
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Zany, what is your budget? The Peavey Vypyr series is a no brainer for a metal practice amp in my opinion..

What is your main rig and what exact sound are you going for or are you just looking for something to get the fingers stretched out while not in the practice room?


My budget is 350€, just looking for decent practice amp which i believe, i can get it with that money. I mostly play metal but still want a versatile amp with good cleans and distortion.
#7
how flexible is that 350 euros? is it an absolute maximum?

I mean thomann has the jet city stuff for not much more than that, that'd be a far better idea than a modeller unless you have to play at whisper volumes all the time...
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