#1
Okay, I was planning of getting an orange tinny terror. Parents said it's to much money what with the cab included. So I was wondering what is a good solid tube amp that will play classic rock to newer stuff but not to high gained.


Thanks in advance
#2
Laney VC15 if you're in the UK, or Palomino V16 if you're in the US would be my suggestions.
#3
my teacher says peavey classic 30 is the best choice in the price range, and so does a lot of
people. Its cost is like ~800$ in my country, I guess its cheaper in US.
#4
if you can find one, get an older Peavey rage 158 transtube.

they're good for practice amps, and can handle alot of power for smaller gigs.

should only be about 50-100 USD
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#5
Quote by kop4
my teacher says peavey classic 30 is the best choice in the price range, and so does a lot of
people. Its cost is like ~800$ in my country, I guess its cheaper in US.


i would definately recommend the classic 30. great amp for blues and classic rock
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#6
ya the classic 30 is great
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#7
Classic 30 IMO is better than the TT.
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