#1
Alright, I've recenly decided that I want a new amp, I was going to get a Peavey Valve King Half-stack, until one of my friends told me that he tried one and the cleans are utter crap, so I need some opinions. Below are links to a few amps that I have been looking at:

http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/B52-AT100AT412-100W-Tube-Guitar-Half-Stack?sku=481188

http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Randall-RH150DG3-and-RS125CX-Half-Stack?sku=483046

http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Peavey-ValveKing-Half-Stack?sku=485058

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My question is out of these three which has the best cleans and is the most versatile?

If any one could give me their opinion that would be very helpful. If you want to reccomend a different the main requirements are:
1. Atleast 50W of all tube power
2. Has to be atleast 2X12 for speakers
3. $1000 Budget
4. Has to have good cleans and reverb.
Last edited by G-man05 at Jan 30, 2008,
#2
I don't know about the Randall, no way on the second B52, but I hear the AT is not a bad amp. Plus if you change the tube it's supposed to sound like a Mesa. I don't know this for a fact, but I have heard this before.
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MXR MX108 10 Band EQ.
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#4
Of those 3, the b52 at.

And the cleans on the VK are pretty damn good.

Oh, and are you currently gigging or planning to gig?
#5
Quote by metalhead_365
the cleans on the Valveking are awesome best thing about the amp, your friend aint got a clue


I was afraid someone would say that, I guess I should have gotten UG's opinion first.
#6
Quote by natel0083
Of those 3, the b52 at.

And the cleans on the VK are pretty damn good.

Oh, and are you currently gigging or planning to gig?


My band is planning to gig soon.
#7
Oh and does anyone know if there is any truth to some of the stories I've heard about the quality issues with the VK?