#1
best amp that can cover clean to metal tones well? has to be 750USD or less. dont wnt anything with like 120w either so....help...
#4
Peavey Classics are nice, but won't really do a great metal tone without a distortion pedal. They're more of a blues classic rock amp.

Maybe a Peavey Valveking or something?
#7
Some sort of B-52 or valveking would be good
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#8
Used:

Peavey XXX
Peavey JSX
Mesa F-30/F-50
Mesa DC-3/DC-5
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#12
Peavey VK112, with new tubes and a new speaker comes out to less than your total. With a celestion V30, that's 500, a retube is about $100. That's $600, way less than your budget.
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#13
I'm leaning heavily on mesa boogie's... i've heard their cleans and high gain sounds are amazing.