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I'll be going shopping for a new amp soon but I'm not sure what I want to get. I play mostly classic rock with the band I'm in but I also play a little bit of metal at home. I was thinking about the Peavey Valveking 112, would that be a good amp for me? I need something with decent cleans. I'll have about $800-$900 to spend. Thanks in advance.
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peavey classic 50 + a TS!!! mmm delicious
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but you can get better for the price
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the valve king has a great classic rock tone


I disagree. I find it has too much treble and too much gain.
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but you can get better for the price


Yup.

Peavey Classic 30/50, Traynor YCV 40/50.

Maybe look for a used/leftover Mesa F30/50. Great cleans and classic rock tones, but will get you some of that metal you're looking for, too.
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^ wow slats agreed with me im feeling quite 733t now! lol

oh yea the the F series of Mesa i havnet played em but thye are getting quite a bit of hype around here
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#8
Vox AC15CC1. yes, im serious. Ive seen em for about $600. AC30s go for $100 more ($999). Also try a Crate Palomino V32. good classic rock tone with HBs like on an Epi, but can do better depending on the output. Mexi Strats bridge pickups give some pretty nice crunch actually. With a TS9, itll get some good gain.
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Yup.

Peavey Classic 30/50, Traynor YCV 40/50.

Maybe look for a used/leftover Mesa F30/50. Great cleans and classic rock tones, but will get you some of that metal you're looking for, too.


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#10
the Valveking 112 can definetely handle a 'classic rock' tone. but I believe the 112 combo doesn't support a footswitch, which could be problematic for live playing if you plan to utilize both channels.
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the Valveking 112 can definetely handle a 'classic rock' tone. but I believe the 112 combo doesn't support a footswitch, which could be problematic for live playing if you plan to utilize both channels.


Incorrect. The Valveking 112 DOES support a footswitch, and in fact I actually use my old Roland Cube 30's footwstich, the BOSS FS-6.
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