#1
Here's a better pic:
Peavey Valveking Royal 8

5w, 8ohm, looks like it could be killer (pending the price).

What does everyone else feel about it?
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#3
looks like a nice practice amp
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#4
I dunno. I see Peavey and Epiphone trying to flood the market with their low end entry-level tube amps, playign up the flawed perception that it's better to have a tube amp than a ss amp. I personally wouldn't touch any amp - tube or otherwise - unless it had FEATURES. Things like dual channels with independent EQs are not 'nice to have' features. They're NECESSARY.

But as long as the price is right, this amp, plus a distortion pedal would be a good starter amp. Beyond that, it would maybe be a good portable practice solution at best.
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#5
on the contrary, i think for a practice amp features can make it really annoying if you just wanna sit down and have a bit of time practicing, use pedals and so on for features, i don't think there's much need to channel switch if your practicing some riffs, doing some alt picking, or fooling around with your guitar. that sort of stuff comes more into the intermediate/advanced stage of guitar when you shuold be able to treat yourself to something bigger and better. but for what these little amps are, it's a good introduction to good tone for beginners imo, though a cube might feel better in terms of flexibility at the start.
#6
In that respect, this would probably do the trick.
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