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This is more out of curiosity than anything else, but I have my spider III because i use so many different settings which makes it very awesome for what i do. If i were to upgrade my amp (which i will eventually do in several years) what amps would i be looking at? if i wanted to get that sorta versatility plus better tone, would i have to look at an upper end Line 6 or tube line 6? or is there a tube amp that i could look at that can handle that sorta versatility? it just seems like most people recommend specific tube amp brands for specific genres, so i just wanted to see what brands can do everything.

does that make sense? lol

thanks
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Versatility on a (relative) budget: Spider Valve.

Versatility for more dough: H&K models such as the Switchblade.
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Hughes & Kettner Triamp/Trilogy/Zentera, Line 6 Vetta/Vetta II, and there are loads more that I can't remember or don't know >_>
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Just get a marshall tube head and a decent cab. Then your set for life.
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Just get a marshall tube head and a decent cab. Then your set for life.


Cause, you know Marshalls kill in Jazz, and Death/Black Metal.
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what kind of versatility or you talking about?


like the ability to do blues, classic rock, modern metal/rock, alt rock, and some random indie and country stuff all with good tone. lol when i sit down at with my guitar i just kinda move around genres.

thanks for the help btw,

so the flextones and vetta amps are good?
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Death/Black Metal.


As much as I agree with you in principle Marshalls do get used loads in Death metal; for example I know that Karl Sander of Nile uses a Marshall head for the majority of his tone.

You're right though, the guy is an idiot and his ignorance is astounding.
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Hughes & Kettner Triamp/Trilogy/Zentera, Line 6 Vetta/Vetta II, and there are loads more that I can't remember or don't know >_>

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