#2
Trainwreck, Dumble

Styles? Budget?
Schecter C1 Classic Left Handed
Line 6 POD HD500
Peavey Valveking 112
#3
What stuff do you play?
Budget?
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Chicago Blues Box Roadhouse
Bad Cat Cougar 5
1957 Gibson GA-5
Ceriatone 18w TMB Combo
Hughes & Kettner Tube Factor
Various Ibanez TS9s
Weber MASS Attenuator
#4


ok, a fender vibroverb custom.
Marshall bluesbreaker.
Orange thunderverb.
Mesa boogie lone star special.
Dumble overdrive special.


i'm absolutely sure those recommendations were useless to you, even though they're all mighty fine amps.
just to show you YOU NEED TO GIVE US MORE FRIGGIN INFO
Last edited by The red Strat. at Oct 25, 2007,
#5
*AHEM*
More info please.
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Chicago Blues Box Roadhouse
Bad Cat Cougar 5
1957 Gibson GA-5
Ceriatone 18w TMB Combo
Hughes & Kettner Tube Factor
Various Ibanez TS9s
Weber MASS Attenuator
#6
EVHs personally owned touring amp
just make sure its signed and everything

should be a "good amp" for ya
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#7
you should get this one Marshall 1959HW, 1960AHW, and 1960BHW Full Stack
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#9
You should get 4 Triple Rectifier Full stacks to play in double stereo!!!
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#10
Quote by omarrodrigez
You should get 4 Triple Rectifier Full stacks to play in double stereo!!!


N00b
he needs 5.1 surround sound

5 triple recto stacks!
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Maxon OD9 Pro+
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#11
Quote by samtewari
N00b
he needs 5.1 surround sound

5 triple recto stacks!

Oh man! you're so right! 5.1 FTW!
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#12
^ You're both n00bs. It's 5.1, so you need low end.

5 Triple Rectos and a Big Block Titan V12.
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#13
@axeman

play alternrock... but looking for a smoother sound... friend of mine recommended tube amps....cheap-ish price???
#14


something along the lines of this should keep him busy for a while
Gibson Les Paul Standard
Ran Custom Invader


Maxon OD9 Pro+
ISP Decimator
Diago Powerstation



Marshall TSL60
Marshall 1960A cab


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#15
Check out the used market in your area. If you can get a used Marshall JCM 900, that would be great. Tight, smooth distortion and good cleans.
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#17
So, how much is cheapish to you?
Like, do you know your price limit, in other words?
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#20
Quote by outlawtorn
ummm around 100-150$... if its second-hand, its fine... i just want names

Not gonna happen, except for a few very low watt amps. Epiphone makes a good one for about that price.
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#21
Epi valve junior is about the only tube you'll find in that range.
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Gear:
Fender American Deluxe HSS Strat
Chicago Blues Box Roadhouse
Bad Cat Cougar 5
1957 Gibson GA-5
Ceriatone 18w TMB Combo
Hughes & Kettner Tube Factor
Various Ibanez TS9s
Weber MASS Attenuator
#22
fender champion 600
$199 new
amazing amps (i have tried it)
5 watts
breaks up nicely
looks pretty cool too
maybe you could find it used or just save up?
#24
Get your surfboard and try out a Fender Twin Reverb.
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#25
Stop the hate he said he was new. Did all of you have nice tube amps when you started playing?

$100 Budget? Roland Micro cube m8

Oh I see, he said tube amp in title, lol.

To threadstarter; Stating that your new, you do not need a tube amp just because everyone says their the best. Get something like I suggested and if you decide to stay with guitar you can look for a new amp later if needed.
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Last edited by tr3nt at Oct 25, 2007,
#26
get a used Crate palomino V8!!!

best for <$200.

if not then save up a bit
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#27
Quote by tr3nt
Stop the hate he said he was new. Did all of you have nice tube amps when you started playing?

$100 Budget? Roland Micro cube m8

Oh I see, he said tube amp in title, lol.

To threadstarter; Stating that your new, you do not need a tube amp just because everyone says their the best. Get something like I suggested and if you decide to stay with guitar you can look for a new amp later if needed.


Most of us probably had no idea what a tube amp was when we started playing, and if we did, we didnt want one.
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#28
Quote by igotabcrich32
Most of us probably had no idea what a tube amp was when we started playing, and if we did, we didnt want one.


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#29
I think that if you can afford a tube amp, then get one if you want it. But I don't think you should just get one just because some other people are saying so. There's good solid state amps out there too, and may even be cheaper than tube amps.

As a semi-n00b myself, I realize that there are a lot of amazing amps out there that are tube, but if you know what to look for, there are great solid state amps too. And when you're just starting out, you probably won't even hear the difference between them. I know that I didn't at first.

But maybe some more knowledgeable people can point you in the right direction for a good amp.
#30
Quote by hippyskier
Get your surfboard and try out a Fender Twin Reverb.


Good call, I picked one of those up, missing a speaker, but $150. You can't beat that price for a silverface twin reverb from the 70's.

Quote by Igotabcrich
Most of us probably had no idea what a tube amp was when we started playing, and if we did, we didnt want one.

I know exactly what you mean. Haha. Tubes are old schooolzzz, digital computerized is where it's at.
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#31
thanks.... the problem is i live in india.... so i guess a marshall is my best bet... yes??
#32
^ur rich? then pretty much.

or an orange.
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#33
no, thats coz marshall will probably be the only decent tube amp that i can get....
#34
Best bet is used for all tube:

Crate Palomino V8
Peavey Royal 8
Fender Champ 600

Epiphone Valve Junior (head... you'll need a cab though which possibly could break your spending limit. Probably not by a whole lot though)
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#35
Quote by MESAexplorer
Good call, I picked one of those up, missing a speaker, but $150. You can't beat that price for a silverface twin reverb from the 70's.


OOHH ****! haha THAT is a hell of a price dude! I bet that thing has treated you well. Fender has managed to master the clean tone and reverb in their higher end tube amps. I couldn't imagine playing anything else.
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Fender '65 Twin Reverb Reissue
Digitech Crossroads Pedal

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