#1
Now, I've heard some bad things about Spider amps, but I enjoy mine, it's a Spider II 112 75w. Right now I've got my Digitech RP250 running into this thing, and I like the tone I get from the various effects. I honestly have no experience with other amps so I wouldn't know how they would sound with my RP250.

I was just wondering, should I stick with this amp or sell it and buy another amp, something that would sound better? I'd prefer something under or around $300.
#2
A tube amp should sound less digital with the rp250 that's for sure.

What are you willing to play?
#3
I'd pay probably $325 or lower. I play pretty much everything from metal, classic rock, jazzy stuff with a lot of clean tones and such.

I don't gig or do this like that, so household loudness would be fine for me. And if I did I could always mic my amp, right?
#4
Well most venues should have a PA system. Remember i did say most. Try looking into the valveking, I like the cleans on it, and the overdrive is mighty fine. You might wanna grab your RP and head down to the local guitar store and try out a bunch of tube amps out, in your price range that is. Also if you are willing to let to of your RP250 then you are going to have more choices.
#5
Thanks for the input! I'm probably going to buy a bunch of separate pedals later on, for now the RP250 suits my needs.
#6
If you aren't gigging then stick with the Spider.

The RP250 isn't really needed since the Spider has a whole bunch of effects. If you need other effects you could just buy separate pedals.
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#7
and also, if you like your tone, thats all that matters
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