#1
Yes, I know, another Which amp thread. What amp would be gigabble for 200-300$ dollars with a nice clean and a nice distortion?

Metal is what I like to play.
#2
Crate GT212....if you can find it. It'll be probably $150 only. Great distortion on solo channel. Decent cleans.
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#3
spyder III 75 watt
Gear:

Jackson Mark Morton Dominion
Mesa Dual Rect 2 Channel
Marshall JCM900 1960 cab
#5
Good luck with finding an amp like that in your price range.
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#6
crate gtd212 ,basic amp little noisy but trust me its GIG WORTHY I've used mine for loud gigs about 20 times, its discontinued but some guitar centers sell them still i got mine fr 199(US) i do advise you invest in a noise gate
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#7
Quote by MetalIsBrootalz
Yes, I know, another Which amp thread. What amp would be gigabble for 200-300$ dollars with a nice clean and a nice distortion?

Metal is what I like to play.

The best amp in that range would probably be a Roland Cube 60. They go for 350.
You may be able to find a used Line 6 Flextone II or III on your local craigslist.org listing for around 300-400 bucks.
#8
Depends how loud you'd need it. Used Peavey Bandit sounds good. I own one and it's actually really good for a SS trying to be a tube. Pretty damned versatile as well.
#9
there is nothing, if your in a band, then someone your friends with has a amp. seriosuly you will only get crap and i dont want to go to a show and hear a **** amp for that much and no one else does. im sorry if im being harsh but i just came back from a show where the guy had a cranked line 6 spyder. as for a amp i would save up wayyy more like in the grand area. trust me you will thank me in 5 years, when you are still using that awsome amp you decided to save up for.
#10
^ Id say the Crate GT212 is the best option. ITs good at loud volumes.
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#12
Quote by beadhangingOne
You should save up for a really good amp, that way you won't have to upgrade again.

Yes. If you save up another $100 (plus a little extra for tax of course), you could get a Peavey Valveking, which is loud enough for gigs and can get metal-level gain, and is much better than a Crate or Spider or MG.