#1
hey i was wondering if there was a good amp that would last me for a while and it would be under 500 dollars us.
i really need help so yeah help me out
plz
thanks
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#3
ok, please please please read the FAQ's before posting,
specifically
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How to get good advice

1: What to state in your opening thread

Whatever you are buying, you must answer the following questions in your first post

(a) What do you want to buy?

(b) What is your budget?

(c) What type(s) of music do you want to play?

(d)
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Originally posted by gpderek09 (and expanded by Dave)
It would be helpful to list what gear you currently have. Then we could advise you as to whether the new kit that you're contemplating purchasing would make enough of an improvement to your sound to justify its expense.


(e)
Quote:
Originally posted by gpderek09 (and expanded by Dave)
It would be helpful to tell us your playing ability or skill level. Some pickups and amps-eg. Dimarzio Evolution pickups- are fantastic and super clear at accentuating every note you play. This helps if you can play without mistakes (i.e. if you're good). Trouble is, if you aren't, it'll accentuate your mistakes, and make you sound worse than you are. So this will also help us advise you what to get. By the way, I couldn't think of any amps like this off-hand, but I have heard others mentioning them from time to time!


(f) Originally posted by Danno 13: Tell us if you're willing to buy used- this makes a major difference in what quality of kit you can afford, but of course it's a risk, and you need to know quite a bit about guitars etc. to not be taken advantage of.

2: What not to do
Don't complain if someone hasn't answered your question in the first couple hours, it's a forum, not a damn chat room. It may just be that no-one knows. It's annoying, and it's happened to me before, but there's nothing you can do about it. If you're really stuck, you could try e-mailing the company for an answer.
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...for the gigs im going to be playing its going to be 60% tone and 40% stage look, and I'd like the look of my rig to be able to back up its sound.

No.
No.
NO.
GOD DAMMIT NO.
#4
yeah i play lots of everything and i dont want have to go out and buy a distortion pedal
"so did you do anything hardocore today?"

"yeah dude i went to the bathroom and pluged up the toilet like hardcore! water would not stop coming out of it! It was like eddie van halen was playing Eruption in my bathroom! If van halen was a toilet
#5
oh well then.......... maybe a peavey valveking though with that you would have to buy the pedal to switch channels bc im pretty sure it doesn't come with it maybe if you get it used though......
#6
don't get the VK, get a Peavey Bandit 112. I have both and the Bandit sounds so much better.
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#7
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yeah i play lots of everything and i dont want have to go out and buy a distortion pedal

*takes deep breath* again like the FAQ i quoted , are you looking to just practice at home/play with a band/gig etc. I also take it you don't have a favorite style of music and you play everything. I don't know what you've got right now to recommend an improvement...are you willing to buy used? etc

and what do you have against distortion pedals?
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Quote by sanitarium1
...for the gigs im going to be playing its going to be 60% tone and 40% stage look, and I'd like the look of my rig to be able to back up its sound.

No.
No.
NO.
GOD DAMMIT NO.
#8
hmmm.... never actually played the bandit but if you have both i trust you so i change what i said and agree with element