#1
What amp would you suggest for around £300 ? I play Classic Rock and Metal Mostly but i do like a bit of Blues. I currently own a marshall Mg so it's pretty obvious i need advice in amps.
#3
Not sure if it's in your budget but if you can, Peavey Valveking of some description.

If not, then aim for one of the Vox Valvetronix series... maybe an Epiphone Valve Junior.
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Getting reported necessarily a bad thing, just something that needs to be corrected. People just post that it's been reported so 10 other people don't report it.

Anyways, the Vox valvetronix would probably be a good choice for you.
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#9
Peavey Valveking
Marshall DSL 401
Epi Valve Junior (may need more gain)
Vox AD100
Roland Cube 60 (a cheaper alternative, maybe not big enough)
#10
The Cube or Valvetronic are good choices. The Cube is more high gain and suited to metal though. Peavey Valveking doesn't have enough gain for metal.
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#11
Valvetronix is the way to go. They cover a wide range of sounds and the price is right!
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The Cube or Valvetronic are good choices. The Cube is more high gain and suited to metal though. Peavey Valveking doesn't have enough gain for metal.

? valveking doesn't have enough gain? what the hell, sure it does more then what you need it has the boost function to the lead channel aswell that give you quite a bit of gain to your tone aswell, but if you want a multi-channel amp go for the cube but if your gonna stick to just blue rock and metal go for the valveking.
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