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I' mgetting a new amp and guitar soon. I know I'm going to get a Epiphone Sg400, but I need an idea for an amp. I have two choices, either a Behringer V-Tone GMX210
or a Rocktron Rampage RT80. What would be better for ACDC and stuff like that. Oh, and what are good settings on an amp for Angus' sound?
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#2
hmm with an epiphone. wat kind of music do u play.
but id say a marshall
esp ltd m300
ibanez rg
jackosn dinky strat

digitech rp155l
morley bad horsie wah

carvin mt3200 tube amp


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#3
What's your price range?

Neither of those amps are that good.
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Anyway, I would say to check out Vox Valvetronix series, they are amazingly versatile.
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Anyway, I would say to check out Vox Valvetronix series, they are amazingly versatile.



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Quote by utsapp89
^I'd let a pro look at it. Once you get into the technicalities of screws...well, it's just a place you don't want to be, friend.
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Anyway, I would say to check out Vox Valvetronix series, they are amazingly versatile.



The thing is, he already has a Marshall MG (which I gathered from a previous sig, he can't seem to make up his mind ).


I'm a big proponent of not going from one practice amp to another (and I'm aware that you can get beefier versions of modeling amps so they aren't necessarily "practice amps" - but I figure most people are going to want to go tube at some point so you should save up your money).

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Quote by utsapp89
^I'd let a pro look at it. Once you get into the technicalities of screws...well, it's just a place you don't want to be, friend.