#1
Hi guys

I have $1000 to spend on a modeling amp
I play rock / blues

to give you an example of the prices of things were I'm from
a Roland Cube 30x is $525 and a Vox AD50VT $560

what do you recomend ?
#2
so where are you from? can u give us a website that gives prices for amps in your country?

and why are you intent on modelling?
#3
I reccomend a flextone if you really want a modeling amp. (psssst, i really think you should get a tube combo though)
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#4
The Digitech (I know, I know) GSP1101 is actually the most spectacular digital modeling pre-amp I've ever heard. You could probably find it and a Mesa 20/20 poweramp used for $1000. I suggest giving both a listen.
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#5
If that's in USD, you may want to look for a used Hughes and Kettner Switchblade. Onboard FX, all-tube design.
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#6
Quote by Tuckers
so where are you from? can u give us a website that gives prices for amps in your country?

and why are you intent on modelling?



I'm from Australia, and yeah I'm intent on a modelling amp because
I can't afford a good valve and a Boss GT8 , so I want a good modelling amp
#7
ok fair enough,

try a vox ad60vt/ad60vtx. used you might be able to get the 120 watt version
maybe a 40 watt line 6 spider valve or flextone III

personally i think that you would be much happier playing rock and blues on something like a peavey classic 30 and then buying pedals as you need them
#8
Quote by Dantheman187
Hi guys

I have $1000 to spend on a modeling amp
I play rock / blues

to give you an example of the prices of things were I'm from
a Roland Cube 30x is $525 and a Vox AD50VT $560

what do you recomend ?

if that price is in US$, you should look around for a better price, going on the £-$ difference, you should be paying between about $250 to $400 for a cube 30x
#9
Quote by Cog
if that price is in US$, you should look around for a better price, going on the £-$ difference, you should be paying between about $250 to $400 for a cube 30x


It's Australia. The prices over there are ridiculous (from what I've read).
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