#1
I have 450 bucks. I need a versatile amp that can do cleans and metal as well.

How is the Randall RG75? Peavey Studio 112? Or the Cube 30x? Any other suggestions?
G&L Legacy Special -> Line 6 TonePort GX -> Gearbox\GR2

Fender DG-19 Acoustic
#2
The cube is pretty good.
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#5
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Try a B-52 AT 212. I really like mine.

I'd love to but it's a bit too pricey for me and I don't think I can get one where I live..

I'm leaning towards the Peavey. Any opinions? Is the cube better?
G&L Legacy Special -> Line 6 TonePort GX -> Gearbox\GR2

Fender DG-19 Acoustic
#6
Bumping with a question: Will a Vox AD30VT handle high gain pedals for a good metal tone?
G&L Legacy Special -> Line 6 TonePort GX -> Gearbox\GR2

Fender DG-19 Acoustic
#7
the vox ad series dont really handle distortion pedals very well.

if youre going that route, the cube is better, and i dont think youll need pedals for that highgain sound through that
Jong

Strat, V847a, OCDv3, Carbon Copy, DD-5, Flying Dragon, EL84 amp
#8
Is this just for practicing?

If it is, try a Zoom G9.2TT processor unit, and pair it with a set of computer speakers or a keyboard amp. The keyboard amp/small PA system would work well for gigging and band practice, and bedroom practice alike. However, if you don't have enough cash for both ATM, then go with a set of nice speakers. (You'll need an adapter to plug them in, shouldn't be more than 2-3 dollars though).
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