#2
yes and no, don't get the valveking if you play mainly metal. Look at B-52's and Randall's such as the RG50tc, much better for metal.
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#4
The valveking is good for metal. ANd if you like to play blues occasionaly, its good as well. But there might be a better amp for you.
#5
I would consider it an upgrade. Bu like others said, you should also try looking at some other amps, and make sure you get the right one for you.
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#6
The Vk 112 is NOT good for metal, it doesn't have enough gain and there's no real punch in it.
#9
112s are generally a wiser choice than 212s in as much as the extra speaker only really adds bulk and weight
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#11
I got payed £370 today and I'm soooooooooo tempted, but I've been saving up for PGM301 for ages now and need the money for that, I currently have a Washburn X-50, what do I need more, the guitar or the amp :P ? Currently have a spider 212
#13
I wouldnt recommend either of those, they rent real true tube amps you can do better.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fUCn-r4EVRo

listen to that tone, its alot better than what those two amps you mentioned can do.

Randall RG50TC
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