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i am currently an dectenly expericned guitar player. i play alot of jason becker/ friedman/ micahel romeo stuff. alot of neo classical and rock and stuff. im looking to buy a tubed amp with 2X12 price range from about 650-900. i like the fender deluxe w/ the metal zone. i also like the Line 6 spider valve because of its versatility and tone and any mesa boogie. i wanted to know ur opinions on this
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i am currently an dectenly expericned guitar player.


and certainly a bad speller lol

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#3
but the Fender Deluxe is nice, I play on a 1X12 and it roars

Epi Les Paul Std w/Duncans
ESP LTD EX260
Cry Baby From Hell
Marshall JH-1
EHX Metal Muff
MXR EVH Phase 90
Carl Martin Classic Chorus
EHX #1 Echo
Ibanez LU-20
Dunlop DCB-10
Crate V50112
Tascam US144


PEDALBOARD JUNKIES
#4
Mesa Boogie combos would probably be best for that sort of thing. I would suggest traynor but thats a bit more british sounding then the tones you mentioned. Another good amp to look at would be ENGL. I know taht they make some nice combo's and Marty Friedman used there stacks.
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Carvin Legacy comes to mind.

+1
Don't get an nice fender and trash it with a metal zone.
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but the Fender Deluxe is nice, I play on a 1X12 and it roars

Fender isn't really ideal for neoclassical metal...

+1 to the Mesa combos.
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