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Nick325
post Oct 5 2007, 04:33 AM
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ive had a marshall amp mg series for about a year now and its pretty good but im looking to see if theres anything better. im looking for something not to big probly mostly for practice and maybe a tube but i dont really know the difference between them and solid state amps. my rang is from like 300-400 and i want to exchange it soon if i do because the warranty does end soon.
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post Oct 5 2007, 04:55 AM
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QUOTE (Nick325 @ Oct 5 2007, 05:33 AM) *
ive had a marshall amp mg series for about a year now and its pretty good but im looking to see if theres anything better. im looking for something not to big probly mostly for practice and maybe a tube but i dont really know the difference between them and solid state amps. my rang is from like 300-400 and i want to exchange it soon if i do because the warranty does end soon.

You're obviously a Slash person and better than MG and still rather unexpensive is the AVT. I think that's what Pavel has, he should be able to vouch for it.


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post Oct 5 2007, 11:12 AM
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QUOTE (Nick325 @ Oct 4 2007, 11:33 PM) *
ive had a marshall amp mg series for about a year now and its pretty good but im looking to see if theres anything better. im looking for something not to big probly mostly for practice and maybe a tube but i dont really know the difference between them and solid state amps. my rang is from like 300-400 and i want to exchange it soon if i do because the warranty does end soon.


I would reccomend something from Vox, you could get either the AD15VT(15 Watt) or the AD30VT(30Watt) model. I just bought the 30 watt and it's a really good amp(can't beat the price either). My sound is really good now. The amp is really easy to use and program. Of course if you buy one that is under 50 Watt you don't get the adjustable wattage output or the line out feature for an external Cab (speaker). The controls are different to, look on Vox: http://www.voxamps.co.uk/valvetronixxl/ad15vt-xl.asp

Or Guitar Center: http://www.guitarcenter.com/shop/product/b...l_sku=102806882

And you can compare the differences.

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