#1
what is the best tube amp in the price range of £300-£400
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#3
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#4
yeahhh xD
i play rock, metal nd all tht sort of stuff
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#5
You can go marshall, you can go Mesa/Boogie (not for your price), you can go Laney, there are SO many companies out there right now pumping valve amps out. You really should shop around the name brands first, then see if you can find something cheaper.
#6
a little more info please.
are cleans important ?
etc.

the less info we get, the worse the suggestion's gonna be
#7
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a little more info please.
are cleans important ?
etc.

the less info we get, the worse the suggestion's gonna be



thank you.
#8
mainly focussed on the distortion
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#9
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mainly focussed on the distortion



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a little more info please.
are cleans important ?
etc.

the less info we get, the worse the suggestion's gonna be

you give me one line of info ?
#10
TS, delete this thread, and try again, with something like this:

"Hello, I'm looking for a valve (combo/head) that can handle (high, low, mid) gain tones, such as (band, band, other band). I (often/never) gig, and having a rich, sparkely clean tone is (very/moderatly/not very) important. My budget is (whatever) and I'm (interested/not interested) in used amps. I would like an amp with (an effects loop/attenuater/1,2,3 channels/voicing control/digital effects/reverb), if possibble. Any help is appreciated!"

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#12
hi guys, i have a laney tf200 and it sounds sweeeet. Its only 65 watts though and i can't really hear it at band practice in my solos. if i brough a marsahll cabinet (doesn't have to be marshall) would it sound alright? because on some of the websites it says they're made for particular amp models and does this mean my laney wouldn't sound good?
thanks anyway
#13
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hi guys, i have a laney tf200 and it sounds sweeeet. Its only 65 watts though and i can't really hear it at band practice in my solos. if i brough a marsahll cabinet (doesn't have to be marshall) would it sound alright? because on some of the websites it says they're made for particular amp models and does this mean my laney wouldn't sound good?
thanks anyway

do you understand the system of a forum ?
that was one major high-jack

anyway, if you use a good cabinet that's voiced the way you like, then it would be good for you.
make a thread for this
#14
Also, 65 watts tube not enough for practice? Have you tried raising the amp higher (as in physically, put it on a desk or something?)?
#15
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Also, 65 watts tube not enough for practice? Have you tried raising the amp higher (as in physically, put it on a desk or something?)?


Yes its loud enough but not for solos, we have a small room, drums, bass and 2 guitars so my solos suffer. Its fine for rhythm playing. If we start gigging also i will be screwed if there is no pa to mic it up. Thanks everyone for your suggestions
#16
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TS, delete this thread, and try again, with something like this:

"Hello, I'm looking for a valve (combo/head) that can handle (high, low, mid) gain tones, such as (band, band, other band). I (often/never) gig, and having a rich, sparkely clean tone is (very/moderatly/not very) important. My budget is (whatever) and I'm (interested/not interested) in used amps. I would like an amp with (an effects loop/attenuater/1,2,3 channels/voicing control/digital effects/reverb), if possibble. Any help is appreciated!"

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awesome.

save that somewhere handy, it'd come in useful about 4 times each day.
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#19
Quote by the.spine.surfs
TS, delete this thread, and try again, with something like this:

"Hello, I'm looking for a valve (combo/head) that can handle (high, low, mid) gain tones, such as (band, band, other band). I (often/never) gig, and having a rich, sparkely clean tone is (very/moderatly/not very) important. My budget is (whatever) and I'm (interested/not interested) in used amps. I would like an amp with (an effects loop/attenuater/1,2,3 channels/voicing control/digital effects/reverb), if possibble. Any help is appreciated!"

Fill in the blanks, eigh?

awesome