#1
And what one do you think I should get, I'm looking in the price range of $300-$350, maybe a little more.


I have no idea what to get, I've looked at loads of them, but I don't know..


Thanks,
#2
What kind of music do you play?
Gear:
Epiphone Les Paul Joe Perry Boneyard (BKP Black Dogs)
Dunlop Classic Crybaby
Supro Thunderbolt!
#3
^ no...thats when u know ur gay lol (ur sig.)
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#4
SO you say Slash is gay?
Gear:
Epiphone Les Paul Joe Perry Boneyard (BKP Black Dogs)
Dunlop Classic Crybaby
Supro Thunderbolt!
#5
Umm... about my amp..


I will be playing Metal and Rock stuff, but I might dip into other things.
#6
Lol. sry bout that. Modern Metal and Rock? or Classic Metal and Rock. And how big of a amp do you want? 10-20w Tube? Or a big watt SS?
Gear:
Epiphone Les Paul Joe Perry Boneyard (BKP Black Dogs)
Dunlop Classic Crybaby
Supro Thunderbolt!
#7
Well I'm running a 10 watt Peavey that came with my Raptor EXP.. and Modern mostly, but some old. I kind of want one thats good for almost everything.

Watts don't matter too much, more then the 10 I have now...
#8
Oh yeah, I had my eye on the Fender G-DEC I think it is, I use it at guitar lessons and it's pretty cool, and I've heard good things about Fender stuff.
#9
I would reccomend the Ashdown Fallen Angel! Would suit you well! and the combo and head+Cab is within your price range basically so you can chose which one!!
#11
Oh yeah, I've also heard good stuff about Vox amps, my guitar lesson teacher recommended one to me, I forget which one it was though.
#12
Never played a fallen angel, but ive heard good things about it. Also check out some Laney's those are great amps.
Gear:
Epiphone Les Paul Joe Perry Boneyard (BKP Black Dogs)
Dunlop Classic Crybaby
Supro Thunderbolt!
#14
How about a Roland Cube 30 or any Roland Cubes? I have been hearing good stuff about those.
#15
From what i hear the Roland Cubes are some of the best non tube amps out there. But i have never played one.
Gear:
Epiphone Les Paul Joe Perry Boneyard (BKP Black Dogs)
Dunlop Classic Crybaby
Supro Thunderbolt!
#17
Well, the thing about tube amps is. a 15w tube is gna be plenty enough power to play a small venue. Even 5w tubes hooked up to a cab can play small gigs. A fender Junior Blues gets great blues and rock tones, always look at the Crate V/Palamino series. If you are willing to buy used a Peavey Classic 30 is a GREAT amp and you can get them used for around $300 easy.
Gear:
Epiphone Les Paul Joe Perry Boneyard (BKP Black Dogs)
Dunlop Classic Crybaby
Supro Thunderbolt!