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****A Selection of Valve amps****


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hey guys, this is basicly a "cream of the crop" sorta thred, so what do u think is best out of these amps for around £300

I play Hard Rock/Metal

 

Laney VC15-110

 

Laney VC30-112

 

Peavey Valve King 112

 

Epiphone Valve Standard Combo

 

Line6 Flextone III

 

Laney LC-30 II or Laney LC-15R

 

Peavey Valve King 212

 

Fender Pro Junior

 

any help much apreciated thank you all

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cool thanx guys (like the pic ^)

 

i was leaning tward the laney, seems they have a good rep and dont tend to break like the marshalls, or so ive heard.

 

do you think that i could use a boss metal zone to overdrive it (seeing that i already own one) or would thins be the dumbest question that u have ever eard ?

 

thanx again

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Of the amps you listed I'd be most interested in the Laney's as well. I don't know which models you are listing there but Laney's I've played and heard are all good.

 

You should add Ampeg to your list as they have a couple of amps that might do what you're looking for.

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I use a peavey Classic 30 great for blues and Rock but for your needs I feel the VC 30 11 comes the closest. However you do seem to have chosen Classic type valve amps, most suited to rock, Blues & so forth, when you might do better to look at high gain amps. You may like to look at the Marshall AVT 100 X 100w Channel 1X12 Combo at less than £300 3 channels.. clean... rock and metal. I am sure there are alot more out there. Try before you buy thats the way to go!

 

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Originally posted by Jon Prothero:

I use a peavey Classic 30 great for blues and Rock but for your needs I feel the VC 30 11 comes the closest. However you do seem to have chosen Classic type valve amps, most suited to rock, Blues & so forth, when you might do better to look at high gain amps. You may like to look at the Marshall AVT 100 X 100w Channel 1X12 Combo at less than £300 3 channels.. clean... rock and metal. I am sure there are alot more out there. Try before you buy thats the way to go!

 

jp

What he said.

 

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