#1
okay, so I'm thinkin about getting a Behringer V-TONE GMX112

Right now I own a little 15 watt behringer combo, but I need a louder one for practice...

here are some specs...

Powerful 60-Watt Guitar Workstation with authentic V-TONE Analog Modeling
Original heavy-duty 12' BUGERA™ Vintage Guitar speaker for classic sound reproduction
Authentic V-TONE Analog Modeling for 3 classic guitar amps, 3 speaker simulation models plus 3 gain modes—27 modeled sounds individually selectable per channel
2 independent, full-featured modeling channels offering everything you need, from clean to crunch to super-fat distortion sounds
24-bit stereo multi-effects processor with world-class effects such as chorus, flanger, phaser, rotary effects, auto-wah, echo, delay, compressor and various effect combinations with 99 presets and MIDI control
FXT—ultra-flexible FX Tracking allows independent effects settings on each channel
Integrated auto-chromatic tuner controllable via footswitch
Patented* Dynamizer circuitry captures every nuance of your playing and lends tube-like compression to your tone
Dedicated headphone output with integrated speaker simulation
Dedicated CD input for playback of line-level signals (e.g. CD player, drum machine)
Stereo line outputs with speaker simulation for direct recording and live applications
Insert loop for external effects devices (rack effects, stomp boxes, wah-wah pedals, etc.)
Dual footswitch FS112 for Channel selection, Effect bypass and Tuner activation included
High-quality components and exceptionally rugged construction ensure long life


any tips?
#2
Behringer is pretty good if your looking to venture outside the world of 15 watt amps, thats what I'm useing right now, sure its solid state and people will **** all over it because of that but in reality its not all too bad if you dont have the cash to shell out on a good tube amp in my opinion.
Guitarsenal:
Genz Benz El Diablo 60
Avatar cab with Man O War, Black Powder speakers
Schecter 20th Aniv. Stealth #07 out of 100