#1
Peavey ValveKing 112 or Fender Blues Junior?

they both seem to be great combo amps but idk which would be better for my style. I play blues and metal (and everything in between)
They are similarly priced and rated on musicians friend, so which would be better suited for me? Thanks for the help!

(btw I will be trying to get to guitar center to try them asap, the nearest is about an hour away)
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#2
Personally I'd go with the Valveking, I tried the Blues Jr and didn't like it very much, but it may just have been the model I tried (ex-display)
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#3
I haven't had any first hand experience with the ValveKing so I can't comment much, but I've played a Blues Junior and it's an awesome amp, it's alright for metal but you may not get the exact tone you're looking for, but go for it none the less.
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i'd go with the valveking for what you want.
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