#1
i don't know what would be best, i play diverse styles.. Rock, Hard Rock, grudge , good cleans to.... Any recomendations?
#2
Mesa F-50. enough said. good luck finding one, i mean it isn't hard they are just discontinued.
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#3
mesa boogie f series has an awesome clean channel and a really good gain, it will handle both high and low gains man, get it

EDIT: lol you beat me to it ^
#4
vox ac30!!!! though its only 1channel,

try the vox ac50 combo as well, amazing cleans, and the dirtiest, most ruanchy classic rock and grunge tones,

http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Vox-Classic-Plus-Series-AC50CP2-50w-2x12-Tube-Guitar-Combo-Amp?sku=481037
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#5
Hughes and Kettner Switchblade combo.
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#6
+1@ mesa.
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#7
well depending on if you gig or not, the 50 could be too much, so maybe check a F-30 as well.
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#8
my friend plays a line 6 and it sounds really cool, otherwise i think a marshall would also be awsome
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#9
peavey valve king. i promise you wont be unhappy with it. i use mine in my rig and its GREAT. its so versitle and you can get anything with it. i play mostly progressive dream theater inspired stuff and it fits it perfectly. it has great cleans and incredibly smooth clear drive. granted i use a tc electronic g major that for my lead but dry it has a great lead tone. its not to fuzzy so id recommend it and you can get a half stack for 900
#10
He has $1500, not $500.

We should be looking at very high-end amps. Mesa, ENGL, Framus, H&K, and Bogner, blah-di-blah.
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#12
Haha, I love how before I got my F-30 there was barely any people suggesting the F series then I got it and started recommending it a lot and now everyone recommends it

Not that I'm taking all the credit... lol

Mesa F series seems like a very good amp for what you're looking for, check it out!
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#13
only reason i can now recommend it is because i got mine yesterday. and i'm in love. yup. love.
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only reason i can now recommend it is because i got mine yesterday. and i'm in love. yup. love.



the 50 has uses 6L6 tubes much better than the ones that the 30 has - slats said that not me

but the thing is 30 and 50 they both sound pretty good but still the 50 pwns the 30's ass
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the 50 has uses 6L6 tubes much better than the ones that the 30 has - slats said that not me

but the thing is 30 and 50 they both sound pretty good but still the 50 pwns the 30's ass


Actually, I quite like the sound of the F-30 over the F-50 more, but it's all preference I suppose. I'm normally a 6L6 kinda guy too.
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peavey valve king. i promise you wont be unhappy with it. i use mine in my rig and its GREAT. its so versitle and you can get anything with it. i play mostly progressive dream theater inspired stuff and it fits it perfectly. it has great cleans and incredibly smooth clear drive. granted i use a tc electronic g major that for my lead but dry it has a great lead tone. its not to fuzzy so id recommend it and you can get a half stack for 900


there's much better for $1500. c'mon.

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my friend plays a line 6 and it sounds really cool, otherwise i think a marshall would also be awsome

someone shoot this kid. please.
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#20
It seems like carvin V3 is becoming the standard answer to every what amp thread.

I second who ever said a Vox AC30, look at marshall JCM800's, and definetly check out a mesa stiletto ace.
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#21
Carvin deserve a lot more credit then they get, and they're not too pricey and a lot of products come with a 30 day period to return the amp if you don't like it.
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#22
If you're willing to go used, besides a Boogie F series, there's also the Boogie Mark IV. Any Mark series amp, really. You can get Mark IIIs for $700.
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