#1
For a very cheap price
(450 USD at the most)

Please tell me what you would recomend


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#4
buy a VOX they are amazing and work with anything. u can get 30 watt ones for about £300 (sz dont know what it is in dollars)
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#5
definetly vox or peavy

and marshall has a few tubes, but probably out of ur price range
#6
I would say an Ashdown Fallen Angel. Seems to be a good cheap heavier sounding tube amp. I'm not sure as to the price, but i'm pretty sure it's in range for you.
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#7
you could always try a used Blues Junior and get a Metal Muff.
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#9
A marshall DSL401 and an Ibanez Ts9DX Tubescreamer. That's what I use and it's heavy. But with the Marshall you still have vintage, classic rock. Covers a broad spectrum. Don't let people put you off it saying it ain't heavy, I almost fell for it, they just don't know how to set it up ! If i had the cash though I would look at a Mesa F-30 or F-50.
#10
peavey windsor
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#11
look for a peavey valveking, and invest in a speaker change. But I'd reccomend the ashdown if you can still find it.
#12
H8 m\/zikh?

Oh NOESorz111.

Anti-semetic? or anti-gay?

If so, Go die. I hate stuff like that.

If not, I'd recommend Maybe a Valveking, they are versatile, and the one i tried out sounded pretty good. Nice and heavy and you can scoop the mids out and change the harshness of the distortion with the shape knob. Cool amp, but supposedly unreliable, so be ready to shell for new tubes.
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H8 m\/zikh?

Oh NOESorz111.

Anti-semetic? or anti-gay?

If so, Go die. I hate stuff like that.

If not, I'd recommend Maybe a Valveking, they are versatile, and the one i tried out sounded pretty good. Nice and heavy and you can scoop the mids out and change the harshness of the distortion with the shape knob. Cool amp, but supposedly unreliable, so be ready to shell for new tubes.



+1 on the VK

make sure you're able to try the one you buy. there are plenty of lemons out there for the VK's. a set of matched groove tubes are nice too. lets me turn up the clean dial a bit more.
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#14
i'd say peavey windsor, but that does depend on what you mean by metal, and also is pretty dependent on getting a cheap speaker cab...
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