#1
so the amp i'm using right now is my friends and i've been using cause he hasnt needed it so now i need to get a new amp but i dont have much money. can anyone suggest an amp for not too much and gives great tones for blues and classic rock but can hit heavy rock sounds if it needed to. needs a great clean tone and distortion or overdrive doesnt matter. also has to be fairly loud, anything over 30 watts. thanks.
#2
Peavey classic 30
Laney VC 30
Crate Palomino V32

wut is your exact price range?
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#3
If u need a SS amp b/c of price, id go with a Vox AD30VT. Best modelling amp on the market.

If u need a tube, a Peavey Classic 30 or a Laney VC30.
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Roland Cube 30x??
Giv it a try at ur local guitar shop!


He said more than 30 watts (though the cube 30 is uncommonly loud for it's size), that's why I said the 60....I haven't played on a million amps in my day, that's why I said the cube 60. It's my favorite amp so far, and if you're looking for versitility this thing is killer. http://www.zzounds.com/item--ROLCUBE60.
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Roland Cube 30x??
Giv it a try at ur local guitar shop!


Good bang for the buck and I think it is louder then most other amps in that watt range.
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#8
Woops, didnt see ur post b4 i posted mine...
Anyway, gd luck to inbloom27 in his search for an amp!
#10
he said blues classic up to hard rock, the vox ad xx vt is going to do that better
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#11
Quote by Storm_Bringer_
he said blues classic up to hard rock, the vox ad xx vt is going to do that better

yea thats true. those tube amps mentioned would do those sounds the best though. depending on his price range, i would go with the Classic 30 if he has the money.
#12
^ most definintally. classic 30's are amazing.
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#13
^ +1, just trying to get that cube 60 idea out, it has a place elsewhere
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^ +1, just trying to get that cube 60 idea out, it has a place elsewhere


To each his own...
#15
I'm a cube supporter, but I think its only good if you want to pull off many different styles at a medium sort of standard. never played the Vox, but everyone I know who has one has given it positive feedback, so maybe you should go into a music shop and give it a try.
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#16
the price of a new cube, you can pick up a used classic 30, or valveking.

go used man. youll get a better amp.

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