#1
ok well my friend needs a new amp, it has to be like under 200$ though.

He was about to buy some crappy line 6 amp and I told him not to, so now I need to get him a good recommendation.

He likes to play lots of metal, and some heavy metal not much else.

thanks in advance!
#3
The Line 6 is a fine amp, better than that MG you have.
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The Line 6 is a fine amp, better than that MG you have.

did I say anything about my amp? no I think I didnt douche.

And on top of that, the smaller MGs are the only MGs that are somewhat decent.

Im asking for my friends amp, not my amp so keep worthless comments to yourself.

and wattage doesnt really matter, just as long as its good and has built in effects (OD or distortion is a MUST)
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ok well my friend needs a new amp, it has to be like under 200$ though.

He was about to buy some crappy line 6 amp and I told him not to, so now I need to get him a good recommendation.

He likes to play lots of metal, and some heavy metal not much else.

thanks in advance!


How about an used Cube 30X?. Or maybe the news peavey vypyr amps.
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did I say anything about my amp? no I think I didnt douche.

And on top of that, the smaller MGs are the only MGs that are somewhat decent.

Im asking for my friends amp, not my amp so keep worthless comments to yourself.

and wattage doesnt really matter, just as long as its good and has built in effects (OD or distortion is a MUST)


I was just making a comparison, I wasn't flaming you or anything. Besides, I'm regularly forced to play a MG 10 watter, it's still a very bad amp. The point I was trying to make is that you shouldn't so readily turn him away from in amp that he'd probably like.
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#8
well the reason I turned him away from the line 6 is that he said he wanted pure good sound.

Line 6 has such a digital sound to it its ridiculous.

and even if he DID like it, I doubt he'd like it a few months from now.
#9
Wait, I'm assuming the Line 6 is a Spider. If it is, Cube all the way.
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The Line 6 is a fine amp, better than that MG you have.

I disagree, I've had to play both side-by-side many times and the MG gets more passable tones at high gain imo. The Line 6 has a hiss you can't dial out which makes me want to cut off my ears.


TS, I'd say a Cube would suit him well or possibly a Vyper, I've heard good things about them.
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How about an used Cube 30X?. Or maybe the news peavey vypyr amps.


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