#1
Hey, I'm looking into buying a valveking, because i need a cheap tube. Just wondering if it can give me something close to an As Cities Burn type of dist.
#2
thats exactly the sound i'm going for, i think cody uses a bogner and chris uses a marshall i think,
i'm trying to get that sound too but i have a b-52 at100.
#3
haha but anyways i would just try some different amps in your price range and try to get the sound. look used
#4
i know chris actually uses the vox ac series. but im probobly gunna buy tha valveking, a nice as cities burn tone would just be a bonus.

EDIT:
CODY uses the vox, chris uses the marshall jcm
#5
b-52s are better than the valvekings.
really in just about every way in my opinion.
an AT112 is better for what you're going for.
might be a little more expensive, just look used.
Guitar:
Schecter Omen 6 (Dimarzio X2N & Tone Zone)
Amps:
Engl Fireball
Genz Benz G-Flex 2x12 Cab
#7
As Cities Burn
Son, I Loved You At Your Darkest
Cody
Marshall JCM800 2204
Modded Marshall 1959SLP
Mesa Dual Recto
Mesa Recto 4x12
Marshall 1960BV
Gibson SG Standard
Fender American Tele Standard
Ibanez TS-9DX
Line 6 DL-4

Colin
Mesa 2 ch. Recto
Marshall 1960A cab
Gibson SG Faded
Fender American Tele Standard
Line 6 DL-4

Come Now, Sleep
Cody
Fender American Tele Standard
Mid-70's Gibson Les Paul Custom
Fender SF Bassman
Modded Marshall 1959SLP
Bogner Shiva
Marshall 1960BV cab
Boss DD-3
Ibanez TS-9DX

Chris
Mid-70's Gibson SG Standard
Mid-90's CIJ Jazzmaster (or Jaguar. Can't remember.)
Gibson ES-335
Fender SF Bassman
Marshall JMP
Vox AC30 (Chris mentioned it was an older model without a master volume.)
Zvex Fuzz Factory
Big Muff Pi
Boss DM-2
Some sort of Lovetone Fuzz pedals, among droves of other fuzzes he's gone through