#1
I was thinking of getting a new amp, because all I have is a roland micro cube, which is great for practice but I'd like something a little more. What are some good combo amps, for around 600-700 dollar range, maybe less. I was looking at some line6 amps, are those very good?
#4
I've always herd mixed reviews about Line 6. You should check out some amps at zzounds.com. And you shouldn't spend more than 500 on a combo amp.
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#5
Quote by justinb904
I've always herd mixed reviews about Line 6. You should check out some amps at zzounds.com. And you shouldn't spend more than 500 on a combo amp.


Where did you get that rule from? most good tube combos are over $500, in fact, there aren't that many under $500
#7
I forgot to mention, I'm thinking about upgrading my duncan designed pick ups in my jackson to emg's or some other sort of active pick up, would a tube amp be my best bet to get?
#8
Quote by justinb904
You should check out some amps at zzounds.com.

They are not always reliable on prices and descriptions.
Musiciansfriend.com is a good site.
EDIT yes a tube amp is what you should get unless you are getting a high quality fairly expensive solid state. And with actives you will want a tube.
EDIT you also need to say your main genres and tone.
#9
I want a crushing metal tone, basically death metal, and thrash. I was looking at the Zakk Wylde set of EMG's, because he's my main influence. Can you get a tube combo amp? And how much do they usually cost?
#10
Quote by RANDOMH3RO
I want a crushing metal tone, basically death metal, and thrash. I was looking at the Zakk Wylde set of EMG's, because he's my main influence. Can you get a tube combo amp? And how much do they usually cost?


the cheapest decent tube combo i know of is the peavey valveking 112 at $400 and really they go up from there