#1
I recently bought a new electric guitar and an amp, i had some before but never of this quality.

A G&L legacy
and
a VOX ad100vt amp


i play mostly blues and rock ( a la sweet child o mine, etc)


jsut looking to see if i made a good investment

here are some links to pics!
http://13.img.v4.skyrock.com/13d/blaze9112/pics/1186487560.jpg

http://13.img.v4.skyrock.com/13d/blaze9112/pics/1186486424.jpg
#2
No send them both to me, I'm sure you won't be wanting them.
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#3
Looks pretty good but you don't say how much it cost. It depends how much you spent on sed investment.
#4
You probably didn't need such a big amp. The Valvetronix series aren't fully tube, so it won't sound very good when you turn it up to use all that extra wattage. But as a practice/home/small gigs setup, I'd say yes.
#5
good job on the G&L purchase ive had a comanche for 2.5 yrs now and i love it, cant say to much on the vox just that ive heard they are awsome
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#6
there are better amps out there for as much money as that amp was, maybe $600 or so, most definately. but not too many are as versatile as that one and sound that good for an SS amp like it. And G&L guitars seem to be good. they are a little expensive i think, and maybe a few good Fenders for that price. But overall, it was a good investment.
#7
G&L legacy is just as good as MIA fender IMO


EDIT: did you get them used? if so how much?



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#8
Quote by p.stick
G&L legacy is just as good as MIA fender IMO


EDIT: did you get them used? if so how much?


Brand new from the store :P

the guitar i wont say the exact price :P but a little more expensive than a MIA strat.

The amp i payed it ABOUT 700$ canadian

btw the amp is just for small gigs, barely! i jsut wanted something to have fun and mess around with :P so why not buy the 100 wat one :P
#9
Quote by blue_strat
You probably didn't need such a big amp. The Valvetronix series aren't fully tube, so it won't sound very good when you turn it up to use all that extra wattage. But as a practice/home/small gigs setup, I'd say yes.
I think you contradicted yourself..
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#10
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I think you contradicted yourself..


i dont see how he contradicted himself......