#1
So, i'm looking at an entire new rig. But the problem is, what do I buy first?
The gear I've got at the moment is:

Epiphone Les Paul Zakk Wylde Custom
Vox Valvetronix AD30VT
Digitech RP200 Multi-effect pedal.

The stuff I'm looking at is this:

Gibson Les Paul Junior
Gretsch Electromatic Hollow Body (For the cleaner stuff)
Fender Telecaster Deluxe J5

Peavey Valveking 212 Combo
Or maybe a Blackheart BH100 head and a Peavey 5150 cab


I mainly play grungey metal but I ocasionally use a clean tone.
I dont really have a budget but I have to buy it myself so the cheaper the better.
Any other suggestions are good but sensible ones please =P
Originally Posted by Demon Wolf
one dream of mine is to play baroque and roll.

i dont quite know what it is, but i assume it involves plenty of harpsichord solos and medieval chanting.


Last edited by alfonzo99 at Nov 10, 2008,
#3
I have probably £100-£150 for anything at the moment so I'm looking at saving hard and buying it in the long run but I wanna know what the best thing to get is so i know what I've gotta aim for.
Originally Posted by Demon Wolf
one dream of mine is to play baroque and roll.

i dont quite know what it is, but i assume it involves plenty of harpsichord solos and medieval chanting.


#6
Hmm. Maybe. I'd need it to be reliable though becasue if it packs in halfway through a gig I only have my Vox to replace it =/

EDIT: So what amps would people recommend??
Originally Posted by Demon Wolf
one dream of mine is to play baroque and roll.

i dont quite know what it is, but i assume it involves plenty of harpsichord solos and medieval chanting.


Last edited by alfonzo99 at Nov 10, 2008,
#7
Quote by alfonzo99
Hmm. Maybe. I'd need it to be reliable though becasue if it packs in halfway through a gig I only have my Vox to replace it =/

EDIT: So what amps would people recommend??

Whether it's new or used really has no baring on whether it's reliable or not. Unless the thing is beat to hell or has problems when you try it out, chances are, a used amp that has lasted ~1 year or more, might even be more reliable than something that is brand new.

Describe what you mean by you play "grungy metal."
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#10
^plus one.
A crate is an amazing deal, but if you hold out a bit more youll be able to get something better.