#1
I Play on an Ibanez, One of the RG series i don't remember which one at the moment but i figure that is enough info for at least a few responses. My budget would be Around 300 or so. Might stretch to 400 but i'd rather look for one closer to 300 (350 ish would be alright i guess.) I play mostly hard rock and a little metal and i just need a good reliable amp that would sound amazing, Any suggestions? =D Place a link in your response if you need to.
Thanks.
#3
Roland Cube of some sorts maybe. Or a Peavey Valveking.
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#4
"sound amazing" might be a far strectch for $350, but yeah a Valveking might work

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#5
Well, for practice, mainly. And when i said sound amazing i was basically saying the best you could make it sound. How about A pedal as well. Anyone have any suggestions?
#6
^Used Valveking plus a Digitech Bad Monkey should do you good. You could probably get them both for about $400, maybe even less depending on where you look (ebay would be a good place to start). I've heard that VK's are really good with speaker swaps. Something to consider.
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#7
Valve Junior and some pedals.
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