#1
Righty would a Laney LC15 be an improvment on a vox AD30VT? I know its a valve but its tiny. secondley would i be better off getting a new guitar cos i would really like a dean or washburn? i dunno?
#2
depends on what guitar you have already and what music you play. i think the laney would be a good improvement, you may think its tiny, but its really loud cranked.
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#3
i have a schecter T-SH1 and an Epiphone G400 maestro both great guitars and i play metal, remember im on a tight budget so what shud i do oh and i have metal distortion pedals
#5
It'll be an improvement, try one out.
If you can play with it cranked, it's definately an improvement.
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#6
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#7
so the little laney would be better but would it do metal or would i have to use the pedal cos i get a decent metal sound out i just want something that sounds better in between and would another guitar be a bad i dea i'm looking at the washburn N2 and the Dean Vendetta 1.F
#9
If you really crank it and use an OD pedal or a booster pedal you might get there, try one out first and see.
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Don't be afraid to care"

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