#1
Im down to 3, I think...lol, I'll have about 300-400 to spend, going for Metal, Hardrock, guitars i have RG Prestige 2550 and a RG 350DX, all opinons welcome.
Thanks in advance

1. VoxAD50VT212
2. Behringer GMX212
3. PV Valve King
#2
The valveking is a great amp along with the AD50. Can't speak for the Behringer though as I haven't tried one.

And try them out with you guitars, if you like the tone then it's investment time.
#3
I know the Vox is a nice amp, don't know bout the others. Get yourself down the shops and try them all out.
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#5
1 shop carries nothing but fender amps, other has marshel and a couple of vox but not the 50 and few way out of my price range
#6
when you say not the 50 do you mean it has the same amp with diff wattage? cause 50s a bit excessive unless gigging, behringer = aweful, so no, ya the peavey sounds like a good shout
#8
Beringer amps blow. Valveking would be the way to go, but I don't know about the vox one.
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#10
the vox 50s a really good amp im lookin at one myself, but where did u find the 212 for it i cant find one
#11
PV hands down.
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#14
The Vox will give you a greater flexibility for tone, but the VK would have more lasting power as it can be upgraded and it's a true tube amp. The Behringer, which I've never tried, has a reputation of being unreliable.
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when you say not the 50 do you mean it has the same amp with diff wattage? cause 50s a bit excessive unless gigging, behringer = aweful, so no, ya the peavey sounds like a good shout


I don't think 50 watt solid state would be too much. It could be pushed a little in a house, plus he wouldn't have to run out and buy a new amp as soon as he started gigging.
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I don't think 50 watt solid state would be too much. It could be pushed a little in a house


Uh, I doubt that.

I have a Cube 60, which is 60 watts, and at home I've never taken it above 1.
#17
Peavey VK is the best of those.
Just get it

its got alot of gain, and you can add even more tonaility with a tube swap and a speaker swap. That thing is perfect for you
#18
+1 Vk
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Uh, I doubt that.

I have a Cube 60, which is 60 watts, and at home I've never taken it above 1.


I used to have 120 watt Crate and would keep it on 4 or so in the house. I play louder than average, but that amp wasn't less loud than other similar amps.
#21
Im almost positive im getting the PV, but i seen there was 2 valve kings a 112 n the 212 much difference in those 2? and i will eventaully hook up a good distortion pedal just not sure which 1 yet, Thanks all
#22
i'd go with the VK out of the 3, but consideirng you have a nice prestige ibanez it might be worth considering saving up a bit more to get a really nice amp to do your guitar justice.
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that thought crossed my mind, but the wife is already to kill me...lol
It also never hurts to look at some used amps, get more for your money since you're a goner either way!
#26
the 112 has one 12 inch speaker, and the 212 has 2 twelve inch speakers. Remember Speakers only improve sound dispersion, not overall loudness. I think you should just go with the 112 as it will be much better for you, economically (it preety much sounds the same)
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that thought crossed my mind, but the wife is already to kill me...lol


ok, go with the vk then.
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#28
lol..I am, but if i can find a good used 1, i can use the rest of the money for other goodies..lol, yea im gona go with the 112, im just going to practice and play at home, nothing major. Thanks again every1
#29
update...well didnt get the PV, played it, i liked it, tried the fender fm65 dsp loved it, got it for 250, figured what i would b doing, its good enuff for now, damn that thing cranks, n hated the vox