#1
I play heavy and thrash metal , what amp is best from the list ?
Peavey bandit 112 s 80w
Vox ad50vt 50w
Randal g3 75w
Laney lx65 65w
H&K edition blue 60R 60w
Behringer v-ampire 210
Marshall mg50dfx 50w
Fender Frontman FM 210 R 65w
Fender Frontman FM 112 R 65w


please help me . I can't try the amp befoure buying
#2
had a vox valvetronix, and i played lots of metal there reli good for practicing at bedroom and rehearsal level, so yeh i no thats good, and def better than a marshall mg!
#3
None. Well, I'm not sure on the Randal and Laney but I have no experience with those models. As for the others, don't. Most Fenders for me don't cut thrash, and the MG is pretty bad for high gain.

I've heard good stuff about the Peavey Valveking, and it is a fairly cheap tube amp, which seems good for thrash. What's your budget?
#5
The Randall or Laney would be best I think but none of the others would really cut it except for the Valveking maybe^^
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Last edited by backtothe70s at Apr 18, 2008,
#6
price range 300euro
i think best is peavey but never played on it only from reviews
Last edited by Milivoe_Vatroga at Apr 18, 2008,
#7
300 euros? If you could save an extra 60 euros or so, you could buy a Peavey Valveking 112.
#8
Quote by Milivoe_Vatroga
I play heavy and thrash metal , what amp is best from the list ?

Roland Cube 30

please help me . I can't try the amp befoure buying


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#9
Have anyone tried peavey bandit ? I read very good reviews
about valve king . I can't find one because store only have 212 100w
Last edited by Milivoe_Vatroga at Apr 18, 2008,
#10
I use to have the Special 212 Which is the same as the bandit, only with 120 watts and a third Channel, It was a really good amp. Very dependable and pretty good tone as well for a SS. Personally though as far as tone goes, the Valve King is a better amp, but I don't how well the VKs hold up.