#2
What kind of music do you play?


BTW, depending on your answer, you will either be recommended a Vox or a Roland.
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#5
majorily yess, but there is an amazing solid state amp. The Roland Jazz Chorus, best cleans ever.

for practice amp, you can pretty use whatever you want, its a practice amp, youre not practicing your tone, youre practicing how to play, all you need is to be able to hear yourself and emulate the sounds you want to achieve in order to play what you want. Youre not going to bring the thing on stage and mic it, so go play some amps and pick whatever you like. Of course good value from the cube or valvetronix, mainly cause of the effects and quality of sound, you can expiriment and have fun with it, thats what counts. good luck braah
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#7
i play classic rock, old punk and a little blues. i hardly ever use drive and dont use any effects.
#8
Roland Cube 15 or 30, then OR if you want tube, a Peavy Classic 30.
Then there's this band called Slice The Cake...

Bunch of faggots putting random riffs together and calling it "progressive" deathcore.
Stupid name.
Probably picked "for teh lulz"

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#10
Quote by plucky duck
i play classic rock, old punk and a little blues. i hardly ever use drive and dont use any effects.

I'd go tube instead of SS, because I love me Epi VJ.


And to the person who said cheapy and good can't coexist, no part of my rig costs over $200. I like me rig.
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#12
Oh yeah! The Epiphone tube amps are really cheap and really good too
Then there's this band called Slice The Cake...

Bunch of faggots putting random riffs together and calling it "progressive" deathcore.
Stupid name.
Probably picked "for teh lulz"

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#13
cheapy is not always a pricetag but a frame of mind when purchasing gear. my setup, which sounds damn good, was relatively inexpensive but you have to be open to going used.

aka used tube > cheap new ss.
#14
Quote by lilchimp818
good and "cheapy" cannot coexist on the same plane my friend.

ever heard of Vox?
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#15
valve jr combos are cheap, tube, and good practice amps!! I would get one if I were you
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#16
The VJ will be your best bet if your not drving it. But, you can mod it, because Ive seen many projects with them, but I dont know how.......
#17
Cube 15's suck...

If you don't need any more gain than classic rock, get a Epiphone Valve Junior!!!
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#18
Quote by The Real Ming
Its discontinued, but an awesome hybrid practice amp: Vox VR30.
Real cheap and sounds great.

I have one. XP
It's amazing for pretty much everything but metal.

EDIT: get a VJ, and maybe an OD pedal to get a driven bluesy lead tone or whatever else you might need without cranking it to 10.
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#21
I'm gonna stray from the normal recommendations and put forth the Line 6 Flextone III. It's a great amp for what it is and should do those genres perfectly. A lot of people attach the entire Line 6 brand to the horrid disgrace that is the Spiders. They actually make some of the best SS amps out there, it's just that the Spider isn't one of them.
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