#1
Which is the better amp? the Peavey 80w bandit or the spider III 75w amp??

It'll be mainly used for practice and small gigs.
#2
theyre both pretty gash, but the bandit's better IMO
Get off this damn forum and play your damn guitar.
#5
Actually, the Bandit is one of the best solid state not-modelling amps out there. It's not only loud, but very versatile - it has separate EQs for each channel, and each channel has few modes available. I'd recommend buying the Bandit, really.
#7
Quote by ninazu_gates
could you suggest a better one then? i would like to know aswell

Stevo is a d-bag. Just ignore him. The Peavy isn't a bad amp. The Sprider's kinda sound too digital. Maybe look into a B-52 valve amp. Or the Randall RG50TC. Those are about the cheapest quality sounding valve amps out there right now.
#8
Quote by TheEsupremacy
Stevo is a d-bag. Just ignore him. The Peavy isn't a bad amp. The Sprider's kinda sound too digital. Maybe look into a B-52 valve amp. Or the Randall RG50TC. Those are about the cheapest quality sounding valve amps out there right now.


^ -1 ....dude, seriously, what is your problem. you need psychiatric help. please leave the UG if this all you are going to do here.

I would highly recommend a Peavey over a Spider.

I would highly recommend a lot of things over the Spider.

And threadstarter, do you have a budget or style of music you enjoy?

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#9
The typical response at UG is that if you want a natural sounding solid state amp, get a Vox AD, if you are a primarily metal player get a Roland Cube. If you don't need a wide variety of tone some with recommend cheap tube amps like the Valveking or Crate. The Spider is a fine practice amp, but you will out grow it quickly. I had mine for 11 months.