#1
Hey, Its the same old question but im tired of the amps Ive owned and just doesnt cut it off. Im looking for a new amp around 400 bucks, 2 speakers if possible. The best solid state you can reccomend me. Im looking for a good metal distortion and a nice clean channel. I heard the clips of a line 6 and sounded quite good.
Any Suggestions Please
#2
Cube 60

Loud as hell, sounds ****ing amazing, and it has a bad-ass COSM model of a 5150 and a Recto.
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#3
Solid State amps CAN'T sound good. The Cube is overrated. Get the Peavey Valveking. Even though you might have to save some more up. DON'T GET THE LINE 6 SPIDER! It's horrible.
#4
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Solid State amps CAN'T sound good. .


Listen to the Cube and come back and say that.
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Quote by LP Junior
Solid State amps CAN'T sound good. The Cube is overrated. Get the Peavey Valveking. Even though you might have to save some more up. DON'T GET THE LINE 6 SPIDER! It's horrible.


Idiot. Yes they can. Go out and play some amps kiddo.

But yes the Spider is nasty.
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Listen to the Cube and come back and say that.


Solid State amps CAN'T sound good. Don't argue.
#7
Quote by LP Junior
Solid State amps CAN'T sound good. Don't argue.


Ever hear of a guitar player called Dimebag Darrell?

Please stop with your infantile attempts to sound smart. You sound like you heard that from your dad and won't stop repeating it.
#8
Quote by LP Junior
Solid State amps CAN'T sound good. Don't argue.



Bull****, I think you'll find many pro session players disagree.
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#9
another option is the vox advt (that i have), it has a ****load of effects and amp models on it, thou metal distortion isnt the best
#11
the spider aint nasty its the sex.

down at the local rehersal rooms they have an array of stacks, from the spiders to marshall valve.

in my opinion, and that of my bands two guitarists, they would both choose solid state over valve, the marshall valve cabs have given us nothing but trouble plus i have never seen whats so great about the sound.
Ive never seen one that works or gives us trouble, one gig we did we used valve amps, and they cut out at random intervals, and they were only a month or two old.

if i was going to fork out the money for a stack, i'd go for the spider. i think it sounds great, plus its more reliable and less of a cost to fix.

plus you can give it a good whack without breaking it
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#12
solid state amps sound bad eh......listen to a roland jazz chorus...roland and randall do solid state amps right.
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#13
roland jazz choruses are the frking SEX!
Line 6 really isn't as bad as people say. It's no where near as bad as the MG's, and for the buck it's a decent deal. The cubes are good, but if you're less high-gain oriented, go for the Vox valvetronixes. The 50w is really the best.
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#15
well, I have a Peavey Studio Pro 112, but I dont like its distorition and Im selling it te get another amp. the thing here is that I like the clean tone, I could even buy a pedal for distortion and effects. Is it better to go for a new amp or a pedal ???? Any help
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Quote by LP Junior
Solid State amps CAN'T sound good. Don't argue.




I'm sure plenty of Jazz players would argue against that

And ever hear of Dimebag Darrell
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