#1
Hey everyone, I am pretty new to the guitar world and pretty much rely on great people in the music community to guide me along until i find my own style and opinions. I have a fender frontman 10G and i want to upgrade to complimant my ESP EX-50.... i know my guitar doesnt sound that bad and i know its not me because ive been playing long enough to know my amp sucks more than i do. heres the scenario..... i want an amp that is around $400 that i can build off of. i want to be happy with this thing for a long time and i want to get the most for my buck. I play classic rock, classic metal, metal, rock, you get the picture. I want a good clean tone but more important the distortion must be good. i want that deep crunch sound that makes you grin from ear to ear and makes you say F yea! thanks so much for everyones help
#2
Oh god, is that one sentence or did I read it without breathing in vain?
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#4
whatever you do avoid marshall MG series amps and line 6 spider 3's

look into the vox AD series and the roland cube series

if you can stretch your budget any more or buy used, get a peavey valveking
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#5
Quote by Sonny_sam
whatever you do avoid marshall MG series amps and line 6 spider 3's

look into the vox AD series and the roland cube series

if you can stretch your budget any more or buy used, get a peavey valveking


definitely look at those amps they are the best for the money.
#6
Quote by Sonny_sam
whatever you do avoid marshall MG series amps and line 6 spider 3's

i say that MG's & Spider 3's are THE f*cking sh*t!!!!


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#7
Dictionary.
Then once you learnt things from there buy a Roland Cube.

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