#1
I've been looking at these two head's and have been listening to clips and based on what I enjoy playing I've narrowed it to these two. I need help making the decision, I really like the two fully adjustable channels on the ad30 but I usually only use a clean channel and run my tube screamer through when I need overdrive so the rocker 30 might work and I can get it for $900 brand new. What do I get? the rocker 30 would work but I like the AD30 more, would I be regreting not getting the AD30?
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#2
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#4
not very heavy at all, classic rock is like the heaviest usually.
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#6
Aye, if you need more cleans and milder overdrive tones, then the AD30 is the one that you're after. You buy the Rocker 30 if you want a thick crunch. Not to say it has bad cleans and overdrive, but it's all about that crunch.
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#7
Well I have a Rocker 30. I play classic rock and blues only. Basically the Rocker 30 is a great choice for Marshall type tones. It's basically a Plexi on steroids, with a fatter OD. It's great for classic Marshall overdrive tones. The AD30 is also very good though.
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