#1
peavey transtube bandit (not most recent version) or the roland cube 60?
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#2
The cube for versatility or the peavey for the rock/metal tone.
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#3
wat if you want to use a pedal board with the amp which one would do best
squier starter amp
squier bullet strat
epiphone les paul custom elitist with duncans
blackheart handsome devil
peavey vyper


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#4
Price range, styles you want to play, planned usage?
#5
If you're running pedals, i'd go for the Peavey.
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#7
mostly at home practice but some small gigs at like at a small bar and a restraunt, they have pa's if needed and i play classic rock, blues, and a tiny bit of metal, also i like to use pedals and the cube already has affects on it which takes up a lot of the price
squier starter amp
squier bullet strat
epiphone les paul custom elitist with duncans
blackheart handsome devil
peavey vyper


98% of teens have been around or have had alcohol. Put this in your sig if you like bagels.
#8
Quote by mcrfobtai
Cube rocks. ^You don't need pedals with the cube!
Sorry

yeah but u cant adjust the effects on it you can only make them more noticable or less noticable
squier starter amp
squier bullet strat
epiphone les paul custom elitist with duncans
blackheart handsome devil
peavey vyper


98% of teens have been around or have had alcohol. Put this in your sig if you like bagels.
#10
Quote by soundfx444
mostly at home practice but some small gigs at like at a small bar and a restraunt, they have pa's if needed and i play classic rock, blues, and a tiny bit of metal, also i like to use pedals and the cube already has affects on it which takes up a lot of the price

If you play those genres, but still want an SS amp, get a Valvetronix.


Though I would suggest a Epi Valve Standard or a Crate V16 over that, especially if you want to use pedals. One trick ponies, but that trick is damned good.

By metal, I'm assuming you mean classic metal tones, a la Maiden, Metallica, Black Sabbath?

The Cube is thin and cold imo. People say it has good high gain channels, but I like the Valvetronix better for medium/low gain and cleans.