#1
Hey guys, i hope somebody could help me out here. I'm kinda looking for a new amp. I've been playing for 2 and a half years, and i have an Ibanez 50w ToneBlaster. Despite you're opinions, i think its a pretty decent amp for the price. My guitars are an ESP Ltd m-207 and an Epiphone Les Paul standard (still stock pickups). After i buy new pickups for my LP (seymour duncan hot rodded), then i'll be saving up for a new amp.

I'm only 14, so dont have much choice for jobs, but i get $20 a week allowance, and might look into babysitting for some extra money, which would double (or more) my money.

I play a bunch of stuff, from hard rock, metal, classic rock, to blues, a little funk,
and might go into jazz. Thats why im getting the new pickups for my LP.

I'd love to have a tube amp, but they're pretty expensive. I've heard a few good things about Line6 amps, and there was a nice 65w Crate Solid-state i tried out at guitar-center, but i might go for 120w. I'll probably be getting used gear, if i manage to get the money.


Could anybody give me a good amp, solid or tube, hopefully as powerful or more powerful than my 50w solid-state? I'd like an amp with real nice, heavy distortion, because i can buy a blues driver or something along those lines.

Thanks
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#2
oh i forgot to mention, im not sure of my budget yet, depending on how babysitting works out, its probably between 350 dollars, maybe up to 600.
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#3
vox valvetronixes are pretty good, probably the ad50vt. for your preferred genre, the roland cube 60 is probably better, though. IMO, Cube 60>Line 6, but line 6 is a little more versatile but a decent bit less reliable. so go cube.
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