#1
so which one do u think is better? im asking as im no sure which to get. either a bugera 6260 or 6262 or a Peavey classic 30.
#2
...For what styles of music and needs...?
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#3
If you're looking for metal..the peavey classic 30 DOES NOT DO METAL.. some people ****in orgasm over that amp on this site but it truly does not. Bugera's on the other hand do it well for the price but mine was unreliable. lasted for 2 weeks then broke.
#4
i dont think i will be playing much metal. maybe a few iron maiden and metallica songs but not much. i will mostly be playin stuff like guns n roses, foo fighters, altar bridge. The softest i will go is oasis if i ever do a oasis song and the hardest i will go is metallica. i have heard that the classic 30 is a good amp from ug. if these 2 amps ive mentioned are not very good can anyone give me any suggestions? i have got a £400 pushing to £450 if i have to.
#5
The Classic 30 WILL do metal, you just need a pedal. The Bugera is good too as long as you get one that doesn't break, but it's much more of a high-gain amp.

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#6
Check out a Laney VC30 as well. They are cheaper by you.
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If you're looking for metal..the peavey classic 30 DOES NOT DO METAL.. some people ****in orgasm over that amp on this site but it truly does not. Bugera's on the other hand do it well for the price but mine was unreliable. lasted for 2 weeks then broke.



err, mind let me know which models that crapped on u??? i'm planning to get bugera6260 combo .. nvr heard problems bout it , think its coz its the simplest among of their lines..
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Check out a Laney VC30 as well. They are cheaper by you.

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