#1
I wanted a modeling amp with lots o settings 500$ to throw around and im up for anything. i play metal classic rock acdc gnr boston metallica megadeth etc... i like alot alot of settings. and while im posting is the bandit 112 any good? i might buy one because it sounds really good on utube but then again id need to try it out. Thanks a heap.
#2
I had the bandit 112, it's not a modelling amp. It's just a bog standard solid state. Peavey Vypyr's old range are the best bang for buck modelling amps. Their new VIP series isn't so good and a used Vypyr Tube 60 combo will be your best solution.
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#3
Pretty obviously the Vyper Tube 60. You've got enough $. I've never tried one but they're suggested a lot by the people in the know.
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#4
Try to either get a Vypyr Tube 60 or a Vypyr 100 from the old series (not the VIP ones because they suck donkey balls in my opinion).
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#5
Quote by Lavatain
I had the bandit 112, it's not a modelling amp. It's just a bog standard solid state. Peavey Vypyr's old range are the best bang for buck modelling amps. Their new VIP series isn't so good and a used Vypyr Tube 60 combo will be your best solution.

i know the bandit isn't a modelling amp but it sounded pretty sick to me