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i just watched a guy on youtube play one here:- http://youtube.com/watch?v=dD7EoehgpsA&feature=related
however he is pretty amazing and is using a different guitar. Ill have to have a real go on some stuff, last time i was in newcastle i went to soundslive and sound control and neither had a valveking in.
ugh sorry guys ill have to go offline now but ill pop back on tomorro so if anyone has any suggestions or help please leave some comments and ill check it out tomorrow. cheers.
personally i loved my SV112 but with a 7month old baby in the house i couldnt really use it at home when anyone was in without getting shouted at!!!!
I feel your pain. It's so hard to tell what is going to work for you. Even now I think my amp sounds shite sometimes depending on which room I am in, where the amp is in the room, how it blends with whatever else is going on etc. So actually, I think we depend a lot more on reviews and other people's opinions than most of us would care to admit.
Having said that, after spending ages prevaricating and dithering about various amps, I definitely did have a moment of 'Ooh, I like this...' when I first tried the amp that I ended up buying. I think that's the reaction you are going for.
This has probably been suggested a few times, but have you tried the Peavey Classic combos? The 50 watt 2x12 or the 30w 1x12 are both great. I thought the valveking stuff didn't come close, and you can pick them up used for not much money.
I've never done a gig with a Line 6, but everyone I've spoken to who has told me it didn't cut through once the band kicked in.
Come on, Fret - everyone knows it's impossible to get a bad sound from a valve amp - any valve amp - and it's also impossible to get a good sound from any non-valve amp.
That Jim Hendricks never used any of that Line6 bollocks, did he? Eh? EH?
You're with stupid. ▲