#1
What's a good, cheap tube head? I want to spend under $1,000, preferably $500-$700. The only cheap Marshalls are either solid state with crappy effects built-in, or hybrid and I want all tube. There is no such thing as a cheap Mesa (unfortunately). So far I've looked at the Carvin Master Tube head, which is $650. Any other suggestions?
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#2
peavey windsor is pretty cheap.. single channel tube head but has a marshall type circuit.

The carvins are pretty good actually.. they have thier own distinct sound.
#3
go used and you can find plenty of marshall tube heads under $700
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#4
used jcm900 for about 500
Gear

Johnson strat copy
epi les paul jr
epi les paul studio
Ibanez gax 75
crate 10 watt
crate fxt 120
danelectro honeytone
marshall 8200 bichorus
behringer 400watt cab
#6
Carvin makes amazing amps. At least test out the MTS and Legacy.
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#7
you can get a all tube b-52 for really cheap and from what i hear they are excellent amps
#8
Used Marshall JCM800, JCM900, and some JCM2000s if you want aswell.
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#10
B-52 AT 100. Amp is good for just about anything you play.

Gear
Gibson Explorer
Epi Les Paul Standard


Amp
B-52 AT-100 Half stack.