#1
#2
why all solid state?
Mesa F-30 - 1x12 V30
PRS SE Custom 24 (GFS Crunchy PATs)
PRS SE Singlecut (Evo/Air Norton)
1989 Starforce (GFS PowerRails)
Morley Tremonti Power Wah, TS7 (808-Mod), Pitchblack, Boss DD-3, DE FnC
#4
out of those four i would say the vox
but you should definitely look into buying a tube amp
that will get you a much closer sound than the others
Guitars:
'13 MIM Fender Strat - '05 Epi G-400
Amps:
Fender HRD - VHT Special 6 Ultra -
Jet City JCA20H - Mesa Rectifier 2x12
Pedulz:
Slash Wah - OCD v1.7 - Red Llama MKII -
Big Muff Pi - Carbon Copy - Phase 90 - Ditto Looper
#5
Tubes are clearly out of this guys price range, people. People have said the Vox is best for classic rock stuff, but I played it and didn't like it.

I'm partial to the Roland Cube series, maybe you should look at the 30 or 60 models.
#6
i have a valve jr and its cheaper than all of those and i can get all of those tones fantastically with the help a few pedals.
Mesa F-30 - 1x12 V30
PRS SE Custom 24 (GFS Crunchy PATs)
PRS SE Singlecut (Evo/Air Norton)
1989 Starforce (GFS PowerRails)
Morley Tremonti Power Wah, TS7 (808-Mod), Pitchblack, Boss DD-3, DE FnC
#7
raise your budget a bit and get a peavey valve king
My Gear
gibson les paul standard 50's neck
Taylor 210e
Michael kelly patriot shadow
strat copy
squire :p
marshall dsl 100
peavey windsor straight and slant/W/wgs veteran 30's
crate g130
vox ad50vt

ehx big muff
#9
Well it doesn't seem like you've learned anything from your previous threads, where people told you to get a blackheart or some other small tube combo. Those are all pretty meh sounding solid state amps, buy a smaller watt tube combo imo and an OD, it'll sound MUCH better.