#1
I need amp for under $180 USD. I play a lot of different stuff. I need the amp for just practice and jamming with my friends. I want good clean sound, and a nice distortion.
Gear:
Hagstrom Viking cherry
Crate B15 bass amp
Squier SQ MB-5 5-String Bass
Epi Valve Junior head
Russian Muff
FAB Chorus

I HAVE THE RED PUBIS
#2
try a line 6 spider ii. you'll either love it, or hate it. i've never met anyone who says its in between.
#3
I was thinking about it but I heard some bad stuff about them. Anything else?
Gear:
Hagstrom Viking cherry
Crate B15 bass amp
Squier SQ MB-5 5-String Bass
Epi Valve Junior head
Russian Muff
FAB Chorus

I HAVE THE RED PUBIS
#4
how about second hand stuff on eBay ? You can get some pretty good deals.

Grrr:
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Marshall 1936 Lead 2x12 Cab
'06 Jackson SLSMG
Dean Hardtail Select
ISP Decimator
Planet waves tuner
Weber Mini Mass
Ibanez Delay & Chorus


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#6
What would be some good amps to look for.

EDIT: on ebay
Gear:
Hagstrom Viking cherry
Crate B15 bass amp
Squier SQ MB-5 5-String Bass
Epi Valve Junior head
Russian Muff
FAB Chorus

I HAVE THE RED PUBIS
Last edited by dustinrhocks4 at Sep 22, 2006,
#7
Quote by andrew789
try a line 6 spider ii. you'll either love it, or hate it. i've never met anyone who says its in between.


Don't listen to him!

The Line 6 Spider series is the most cold, lifeliss, digital sounding amp you'll ever play. The only good choices in your price range are the Roland Cube and the Vox Valvetronix. Roland Cubes are great if all you play is metal, the Vox Valvetronix is better for anything else.

Bottom line:

Spider = Crap
Roland Cube = Metal
Vox = Anything besides Metal
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#8
Quote by Chimaira
Don't listen to him!

The Line 6 Spider series is the most cold, lifeliss, digital sounding amp you'll ever play. The only good choices in your price range are the Roland Cube and the Vox Valvetronix. Roland Cubes are great if all you play is metal, the Vox Valvetronix is better for anything else.

Bottom line:

Spider = Crap
Roland Cube = Metal
Vox = Anything besides Metal

see this guy hates it. well you should go to a store and try some amps out.
#9
Quote by Chimaira
Don't listen to him!

The Line 6 Spider series is the most cold, lifeliss, digital sounding amp you'll ever play. The only good choices in your price range are the Roland Cube and the Vox Valvetronix. Roland Cubes are great if all you play is metal, the Vox Valvetronix is better for anything else.

Bottom line:

Spider = Crap
Roland Cube = Metal
Vox = Anything besides Metal


AGREE 1471%!

Yeah hes got the idea, stay away from the Spider, Id stay away from Line 6 equipment completely, theyre so crappy and unreliable.
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MXR M-108 10-Band Eq
Dunlop Crybaby Wah
Peavey JSX Head
Vox AD50VT
#10
vox valvetronix would suit you I think, but I heard the distorsion isn't too good, but hey get a pedal.
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