#1
I bought a VK 112, I got it $350 new, it seemed like a good deal. I found a used Classic 50 4x10 tweed, the guy wants $400 for it. I have two days to return the VK.

What should I do?

I play rock and alt rock, no metal.
My Gear:

Fender 62 RI Stratocaster
Epiphone Les Paul Standard+
Fender Supersonic
Boss DD-3 Delay
Boss OS-2 OD/DS
Martin 000-28
Washburn D10s
#2
I like the Classic series better. But it's all opinion, that's a good deal though, however a 4x10s gotta be crazy heavy and not very fun to transport.
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#3
Peavey Classic is better IMO. VK = Uber Muddy
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#4
Yeah, but I leave my stuff at my drummers, I transport maybe once a month if that.
My Gear:

Fender 62 RI Stratocaster
Epiphone Les Paul Standard+
Fender Supersonic
Boss DD-3 Delay
Boss OS-2 OD/DS
Martin 000-28
Washburn D10s
#5
Then I'd probably go with the Classic honestly.
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maybe you're not saying the right things? an amp likes to know you care.





www.SanctityStudios.com
#6
The Classic's a much nicer amp, especially for what you play.
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#7
i would definently try to go for the classic espeacilly because transport isnt much of an issue
#8
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The Classic's a much nicer amp, especially for what you play.


+1.

I just got a Peavey Classic 50 2x12 and I didn't even consider getting a Valveking.
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