#1
Hi there, i figured i need an upgrade from my ****ty mg30dfx, so i wanted to ask what would be a good ALL TUBE practice amp for classic rock (stones, zeppelin, cream ect.). my max amount to spend is around the £400 mark. i use an epi. explorer with a Seymour Duncan pearly gates set of pups.

Any help is much appreciated, and remember I'll just be practicing at home or jamming with a few other guitarists. cheers
#3
Quote by False_God
Laney Vc-30 212


That'll be a pain in the ass to carry.

Laney VC30 1x12
Peavey Classic 30

My recommendations. The Laney's cleans are a bit warmer, and the OD's very sweet. The peavey has more fendery cleans and the OD's a bit more marshally IMO.
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#5
i'm seein a pattern towards laney vc 30s, i take it these are 30 watts. would this be too loud for me?
#6
it'd be too loud to crank at home but they still sound good at low volumes, if you want to e able to crank then maybe the vc15 would be better, but it's still damn loud.
#7
Quote by LSD23
i'm seein a pattern towards laney vc 30s, i take it these are 30 watts. would this be too loud for me?


Yes, 30 watts tube is pretty loud.

I like both the VC30 and Classic 30, but I'd lean a little more towards the VC30 I guess since I used to own one and am a little biased
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#9
Just look 'em up yourself on GAK's website, but keep in mind you can get them cheaper used (check eBay for that). Good luck!
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