#1
i was just curious what people on the boards think about the SV and Flex3 when comparing the two on anything but more specifically tone, especially at high volumes.
#2
Flextone has better modelling. It's like a pod with a powerramp.


If you're buying, don't get either.


EDIT: Disregard, thought it was Spider III
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#5
flexwave sure win.
the spider valve is just a sit box with tubes in it.
its the same jst louder
#6
I like flextones quite a bit, but from what I've heard of the SV, it sounds somewhere in between tonal crap and Flaming tonal crap (read: MG100hdfx/MG412 half stack)
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#7
I had only heard sound clips of the SV and thought they sounded a bit thin. However, last weekend I went out with my friend and he demoed on with a Tele and I liked what I heard. It has the same cheap effects as the Spider 3, but the tonal quality is improved quite a bit with the tube. If it were me, I'd probably still go for a Flextone for it's cheaper cost, better effects and greater versitility compared to the Valve.