#1
i need a new amp, mainly for bedroom practice so i dont want a really loud tube amp. i want a modeling amp with build in effects to play at low volumes so what would b the best choice.
i have an epi les paul and play most types of music except really heavy metal, the heaviest sound i would look for is maybe metallica.
#3
Line 6 Vetta. 1600 dollars of modelling goodness.


Do you perhaps have a budget?
#5
im thinking mabe something cheaper. sorry for not putting a budget in, i would hav around 200 pounds to spend (380 dollars) since i just bought my guitar so what would b best in that range.
#6
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im thinking mabe something cheaper. sorry for not putting a budget in, i would hav around 200 pounds to spend (380 dollars) since i just bought my guitar so what would b best in that range.

Vox AD50VT or AD30VT. You won't be disappointed.
#7
a flextone if you can find one used at that price. I don't know what line 6 goes for overseas
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#9
you can get a new flextone 3 on ebay for £200, that would cover everything you could want, and sound great too.
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tool and opeth definitly dont play tube amps . You cant get those distorted sounds out of it. tube is for like beatles stuff right?


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You're right, just about the only thing better than a Spider 3 is an MG : )