#2
Mesa Dual Rec. Oh wait hundred, not tousand...
it would help to know style of music you plan on playing, and go tube

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#3
line 6 spider three....like 30 watts
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#4
Quote by gigson111
line 6 spider three....like 30 watts

not this


EDIT: probably a blackheart would be your best option
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#5
Actually i was in a guitar store the other day and some guy way playing out of a spider and it sounded amazing. After he left I tried it but couldn't find the same setting. But it really did sound amazing. So yeah that could be a pretty good amp.
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#7
please don't get a spyder

Like the guy said above a blackheart would be a good choice but we need to know what style of music you play
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Quote by Mettliccaa
Actually i was in a guitar store the other day and some guy way playing out of a spider and it sounded amazing. After he left I tried it but couldn't find the same setting. But it really did sound amazing. So yeah that could be a pretty good amp.



it was probably the guitar PLAYER. lawl.


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#9
Thanks a lot. I'll save up some more for a halfstack, I'm thinking.

I like the line six PODs (I have a pocket POD and it's awesome) but I'm not a fan of the amps, even though they're largely the same set of sound algorithms.

Marshall?

I want to have a varying sound. I really like Alex Lifeson's tones. Obviously I'm not going to get the same ones without the miraculous $20,000 equipment he has but I want to create interesting ones.