#1
hey guys i need help on a tube amp i have recently bought a amp that i thought that was a tube amp because it said 100w tube combo on the front its a hartke gt 100 c it has one tube in the preamp wich u can see threw a window at the front of the amp. anyway i was think about seling the amp and also ive got at least 600 bucks saved up. i was thinking a bugera 333xl combo after hearing them on you tube sounded good but im wondering if it can do nu metal type sounds and any metal in that matter with it also blink 182 type sound im in a band so i need a decent size tube amp to so i can hear my self play i also live in australia if that helps any help would be much apreciated
#2
Hey dude, the bugera 333xl has enough gain for ANYTHING.
3 channels, reverb, all tube, 120 watts, killer distortion, cystal cleans..... not into crunch haha. But seriously man it can't be beat for the price, especially in Australia.
You should also have a look on this sites

http://www.ausband.com.au/modules.php?name=Forums&file=index
http://www.musicswopshop.com.au/
Gear:
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ENGL 2x12 cab
PRS Singlecut
MXR GT OD
#4
The valveking is a good amp for the price...If you are never
going to play metal on it..

For aggressive tones its only slightly better than good Solid states..
But it can do clean tones and blues justice.
I bet Charlie Brown's teacher's name was Mrs.Hammett
#5
Dont buy toob amps they sukk fro gigs.

No, seriously though, have you considered Vox? They're really versatile...
"The future's uncertain, and The End is always near."
-Jim Morrison
#6
Quote by SlinkyBlue
Dont buy toob amps they sukk fro gigs.

No, seriously though, have you considered Vox? They're really versatile...

Vox instead of Bugera? When he's playing Nu Metal?

I'll have 5 of whatever you're on.
#7
Quote by Washburnd Fretz
The valveking is a good amp for the price...If you are never
going to play metal on it..

For aggressive tones its only slightly better than good Solid states..
But it can do clean tones and blues justice.


I totally disagree with that last part. In the same price range of the valveking there is the classic 30, which kills the VK in anything clean or bluesy.

The VK is only worth it if you need a fairly versatile amp.
I don't give a shit if you listen to me or not
#9
The Bugera totally DESTROYS the valveking.
Go try them out side by side and you'll see what i mean.
Gear:
Orange tiny terror
ENGL 2x12 cab
PRS Singlecut
MXR GT OD
#10
Quote by howey
The Bugera totally DESTROYS the valveking.
Go try them out side by side and you'll see what i mean.


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#11
Quote by Simsimius
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hey man. i like that Greg Graffin quote as your sig. Bad Religion is a bad ass band man.
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#12
Quote by AndyRevenge
hey man. i like that Greg Graffin quote as your sig. Bad Religion is a bad ass band man.


I agree with you. There's nothing better then a bit of Bad Religion.
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You could always just sleep beside your refrigerator.

Guitar:
- Ibanez S670FM w/ JB
- Fender 'Lite Ash' Stratocaster
- Fender '72 Deluxe Telecaster
- Arbiter LP Jr. Doublecut
Amp:
- Laney VC15

'72 Tele Appreciation Group
RIP DIO