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SO soon (or at Christmas) I'm going to get a new amp. Fir a while now I've been set on the Vox AC15CC but now I'm not so sure. Now I'm also thinking about the Fender Blues Junior, Epiphone Valve Standard and Peavey Valveking 112. Maybe the Peavey Classic 30 but I don't know anything about that amp.

SO which would would you guys recommend for someone like me who play everything from blues to metal and hardcore. I plan on mostly using effects for coloring the sound so distortion or other effects aren't really necessary.

SO in case you want specific examples of stuff I play, here's some. Fall of Troy, Foo FIghters, Sparta, At the Drive-in, Portugal. The Man, Taking Back Sunday, Atreyu, Rise Against, RATM, Muse, Minus the Bear, Lamb of God + others.
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Classic 30 if I remember trying it out was a very nice amp. Seemed quite versatile overall and nice cleans. You can probably add the rest with pedals...
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Valveking, out of that list. The spider III is ****! The flextones are not that bad, but do NOT buy a spider!
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What's your budget, approximately?
I don't think any of those amps can do metal by themselves, but maybe it could work with a nice OD.
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My budget might be able to strech as high as 1000$

Right now it will only be for practice because I am bandless at the time being but I want this to last me a while so it has to be gig-worthy.
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#9
if you want a cheapy but goody you could always go for a marshall mg30dfx. ive got one
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if you want a cheapy but goody you could always go for a marshall mg30dfx. ive got one

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My budget might be able to strech as high as 1000$

Right now it will only be for practice because I am bandless at the time being but I want this to last me a while so it has to be gig-worthy.

for a practice amp i say get a Valve jr and a cab and a nice pedal.
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classic 30, probably because it has the best OD out of them, and when you do find a band to gig/play with youl sound just awsome.
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#13
Really for your styles none of those amps would cut it. You want something like a used Ashdown Fallen Angel/Peavey 5150/Mesa F30 maybe?
EDIT:Also you could have a look at a Marshall dsl 401
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sorry for reviving a really old thread but I really want some more opinoins
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You might be able to get all those tones with a B52 AT112 combo, but I've never played one so I'm not sure if it can do blues well. You could also get a Classic 30, as suggested, or a V32 Palomino. You'd need to push it for the heavier sounds, but it would be a good choice.