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so i need a new amp, i currently have a marshall Mg30dfx (throws up) and need a proper amp now as the mg just doesnt cut it..atall. I want a tube amp and have been looking into them for awhile now but arent sure what would be best for me.

I want quite a versatile amp but i mainly play rage agianst the machine, muse, foo fighters and qotsa type stuff, mostly rage. I play with my band alot and at home, we have a few gigs comeing up so it would have to be loud enough for gigage. My budget is about £600 but i can stretch it abit.

ive been looking at the valveking combo's but ive seen alot of people say they need a speaker and tube change to sound good. Anyway, any suggestions?
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Vox.
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Check out the Fender Hot Rod (or even the slightly more expensive DeVille). They have a wonderfully warm yet powerfull sound, they're great for anything from blues to metal (as long as it's not deathcore or anything), they can get extremely loud (in fact i'd recommend you to check if it's not too loud for practicing purposes as most tube amps sound bad if you don't crank up the volume) and they're not THAT expensive I think. There's one thing though: you have to dig the gain channel since it sounds and reacts quite different than your average Marshall

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Peavey Valveking should be able to give you just about any tone you want! Although if you can stretch to it a Vox is an awesome choice!
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Check out the Fender Hot Rod (or even the slightly more expensive DeVille). They have a wonderfully warm yet powerfull sound, they're great for anything from blues to metal (as long as it's not deathcore or anything), they can get extremely loud (in fact i'd recommend you to check if it's not too loud for practicing purposes as most tube amps sound bad if you don't crank up the volume) and they're not THAT expensive I think. There's one thing though: you have to dig the gain channel since it sounds and reacts quite different than your average Marshall


The Hot Rods cleans are amazing, and they sound godly with a strat plugged unto them...but the drive channel is pedestrian and the "more drive" option is dog awful.

Step 1: Save up a bit more
Step 2: Buy Orange Rocker 30
Step 3: proffit!!!

http://www.guitarampkeyboard.com/en/rk30c-rockerverb/12467

that amp is beyond perfect for what you want - stuff like the Valveking isn't in the same league.
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