#1
Hi earlier i had made a thread concerning my budget and what amp to get....

I play pretty much everything.... from cleans to metallica to avenged sevenfold to acdc....

I have a budget of around 600 and 650 pushin it USD...
I have narrowed it down to....

Used Mesa F-30 or 50 (whichever i find but i prefer 30)
Mesa Mark III/IV
Bugera 6262

all combos

which one do u think should get?
#2
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Hi earlier i had made a thread concerning my budget and what amp to get....

I play pretty much everything.... from cleans to metallica to avenged sevenfold to acdc....

I have a budget of around 600 and 650 pushin it USD...
I have narrowed it down to....

Used Mesa F-30 or 50 (whichever i find but i prefer 30)
Mesa Mark III/IV
Bugera 6262

all combos

which one do u think should get?



Both of the Mesa's are much higher quality than the Bugera, its a good amp but its in a different league to Mesa.
#4
which mesa should i be more intrested in or are the both of similair qualities?

Which one is more versitaile and has better tone
#5
Good luck finding a Mark IV for that price. Mark III is cheaper, but still a stretch.

Shoot for the 6262 if you'd rather have something new, plus a warranty. Otherwise, give the F-30 a shot.
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#6
ok so mark III or f-30...

Are there any new amps around that price with similair versaitility and tone?

I was thinking of the Peavey Vypyr Tube... any other ideas?
#8
Honestly the Bugera 6262 is a Peavey 6505 knock off, if your into that a used 5150 or 6505 would be awesome for you and in your price range, or atleast close to it. Also another amp you might want to check is the Peavey Triple XXX, its got three Channels, and if your more of a rock or metal guy they are great for that, very similar to a Mesa Boogie Daul Rectifier just not as adjustable and versatile.
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