#1
for bedroom use mainly, i played the vibrochamp for a bit was good bit wasnt sure whether the additions on the superchamp would be worth the extra £30, and i can,t try a blackheart cus they are not stocked around here.
i play like srv, hendrix, cream and thin lizzy as main
any help would be great
#2
the fender is more versatile, for sure. I mean, if I had to choose between an all-tube amp with no effects and only one or two tones, and an all-tube amp with a bunch of effects and several amp voicings that still sounded good, I'd go with that.
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#3
I would go for the Vibro Champ for all the options it has. It still sounds nice where you can crank the clean channel for a sound like the Blackheart, but the distortion channel will be able to be turned down at low volumes. With the Blackheart you will only get cleans at low volumes.
#4
well like acdcrocks said, depends on ur volume possibilities. an OD pedal w/ the blackheart will be perfectly fine. the 3 watt setting is very very bluesy. i mean it all depends on the majority of what your playing. the BH is very raw sounding and perfect for AC/DC, Skynyrd, GNR, hendrix. w/ an OD pedal it can easily do metallica and heavier stuff.

i'm biased since i own the blackheart. but having extra effects and voicings is a nice feature, though i'd take the blackheart still. it does perfect at the sound it's aimed for, which is a mini marshall/Vox fusion.
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#6
thanks for input i have the money to get a couple of pedals in addition to the black heart but wouldnt know too much on which ones to get as i have never really been mad on them
#7
get a reverb, delay, and wah pedal. that'll help you cover a nice rage of tones. a chorus would be nice too but i think a phaser would be more useful seeing it sounds great on cleans and distortion. MY PREFERENCE is not to have chorus on distortion...it just sounds...lil too spacey. i'm picky though. i assume there are plenty of great solos w/ chorus on them, but when I'M playing i don't like it on my lead work.
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*Dunlop CFH
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#8
the pedal ideas seems to be cool as when i need a bigger amp they will still be very useful but i wouldnt know wat exact pedals are the best to get
#10
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I would stick to a Wah and a OD pedal.

But I am not a huge fan of all the mod effects. (I do own a chorus though... well not yet but thats a totally different story)

If you figure out what kind of effects you want we can help recomend some brands for you.
#12
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"They call him the 'Sand Spider.' -Why? -Probably because it sounds scary"
*Agile AL3000 Les Paul w/ Alnico IIs
*Randall RM50
*Dunlop CFH
*fellow LEO feel free to give a shout out
#13
Dunno about the VibroChamp, but I had a chance to play the Champ 600 or whatever it is the last time I was in Guitar Center.....oh my god, it's probably the most beautiful-sounding amp I've ever played. Puts my Valve Jr. to shame, tonally. Used both a Les Paul Jr, and a Reverse Headstock Strat (Hendrix Strat), and both sounded amazing.

that said, I only used the low-output setting, and only played it clean. Can't say anything about the overdrive of it.
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