#1
I've been look at getting a Peavey Valveking and I use a Boss GT-8 processor. Would using this processor basically defeat the purpose of playing on a tube amp? Does it mess with the amp's tone? Or should I try and start using single analog pedals?...

Oh, and if anyone has had any experience with this amp, please tell me what you think of it. I play metal with my Jackson Dinky and alternative/experimental with my Gibson SG. So my range is pretty big. And maybe if you think another tube amp in this price range would be better, please say so. Thanks.
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#2
Well you will most likely want to use the overdrive from the amp, but theres nothing wrong with using delay/chorus or whatever other effects that thing gives. Personally I like using single pedals rather than multi effect units. To each his own.
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ESP/LTD EC1000 (w/ EMG 81 and 60)
ESP/LTD H500 (w/SD Custom 5 and 59)
Fender MIM Strat (basically my first. Never play it.)
Traynor YCV80 4x10
Peavey 6505 2x12 combo

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#3
The Valveking is a solid amp, but look around for used amps too. I was going to buy a Valveking until I found my Peavey classic used for the same price, even though it's worth twice as much new.

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#4
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The Valveking is a solid amp, but look around for used amps too. I was going to buy a Valveking until I found my Peavey classic used for the same price, even though it's worth twice as much new.

but it says it has like 6 tubes...im confused
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Do they come with heroin because I heard thats the only reason Dave Mustaine used them


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