#1
im getting a new amp soon i dont know wether to decide on a line 6 or marshall amp

so could any one help me out
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#4
If it's Mg vs Spider 3 then you're stuck between a crap sounding rock and a crap sounding hard place....if it's JCM 900 vs Vetta then that's a whole different kettle of fish.
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#5
i honestly think the spider is way better than the MG, i mean it isnt great by any means, but it isnt that bad.
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#6
vetta owns everything if thats what youre looking at.

the flextone series is pretty good too, but its not a tube amp and you wont get that nice of a sound
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#7
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#8
any NON MG NON Valvestate (except for the first valvestate) marshall is better than any line 6
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#9
Basically, if you are going to get a Line 6 get a Vetta, if you are getting a Marshall make sure it's not an MG or AVT. But the best way to know what you want is to go to a music store and try out a bunch of different amps. You may decide to get something totally different.
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#10
haha. he hasnt even told us what hes looking at and theres like 8 posts...
#11
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Yes, beginners should start with that and NOT MG's or Line6's. MG's and Line 6's (non-vetta ones) will make your ears used to bad tone
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#12
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Yes, beginners should start with that and NOT MG's or Line6's. MG's and Line 6's (non-vetta ones) will make your ears used to bad tone


Isn't the Cube 30 ss too? Does it really have a better tone than the Line 6 or MG's?
#13
There is nothing wrong with the AVT marshalls however the Mg series is s!!t don't buy and the line sixes are alright if you want modelling stuff
#14
i have to use a Marshall AVT100 head for jam practice every sunday and honestly, its a mediocre amp. We play hard rock and sometimes heavier stuff, and you cant really cut thru when in a band situation, crank it all you want, but it'll never cut thru. Thank god for my GT2, i plugged it straight to the power amp and get decent tone.

then again i dont have any form of transport to lug my 5150 around so i guess i'll just have to settle with it.
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#15
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Isn't the Cube 30 ss too? Does it really have a better tone than the Line 6 or MG's?


yes it is, but the tone is MUCH nicer

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#16
sry forgot to put the models marshall MG15MSll and line 6 spider lll 75
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#17
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sry forgot to put the models marshall MG15MSll and line 6 spider lll 75


Between those two models, I'd go for the Line 6. =\
#20
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between a spider and an MG the spider wins hands down.


But it's still not a good as a Cube or a Valvetronix. I'm still going with what I said earlier-go to the store and try a bunch of different amps in your price range and see which one you like best, and if you can bring a friend who's had a good amount of experience with amps and guitars, that can be a big help.
#22
Line 6.

The amps aren't bad if you know what to do with them. I've heard some pretty great sound from these amps.
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#23
listen u mg haters.
I have one, and they are far from the best, but for a small practice amp, my g15rcd delivers okay. There is worse, and frankly I'd rathe rhave my mg15, than any line 6 - mine sounds quite good when loud.

Of course, if you have the budget, get a dsl401, or jcm800 for clasic marshall crunch.
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