#1
I have an Ibanez RG350EX with everything stock. It's not the greatest guitar with the muddy stock pickups. I also have a Peavey Solo (10 Watts, uses batteries). A mixer for DJing with 500 Watt speakers (1000w total) is something I use in conjunction with a G2.1u multi effects pedal. Put yourself in my shoes. Would you want a decent new amp that you can bring to other places with the old guitar, or just a new guitar? You will not have a decent amp to take out of the house.
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#4
Amp amp amp amp amp!
Guitar: G&L Tribute S-500
Amp: Fender Blues Deluxe
Pedals: Zvex Box of Rock
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Fender American Deluxe Stratocaster
Fender Standard Strat
Boss ME-50 Multieffect
Fender Hot Rod Deluxe
#6
Put some dimarzio's in the ibanez that should make it less muddy. Then get a new amp.
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#8
Yes, actually, it is. But if you gig, I would look elsewhere.

If you like Line 6, you should look into the Spider Valve series.
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#9
Quote by neon10th
OK, but is a Line6 Flextone III plus a good amp?


only if you want a lot of bells and whistles that are only of passable tone. i suggest a used peavey classic 30 with some GFS pickups for your ibanez. the amp will last you forever unless you start gigging and want something louder and the GFS pickups are a cheap way to hold you over until you can get a new guitar.
My Rig
>MIM Fender Stratocaster and SX SJM-62
>various magicial noise boxes
>Peavey Classic 50 212

For the funk:
>Ibanez ATK300
>Acoustic B100