Which amp would go better with a GRG170DX?

Discussion in 'Guitar Gear Talk Forum' started by ibanezer, Jun 6, 2009.

  1. ibanezer

    ibanezer New Member

    Hi,

    First off, my apologies if I have asked an oft repeated question.

    I recently bought an Ibanez GRG170DX. (Yeah, I know it a very basic level model, but it works out for me as I am a newbie, and for its price, Its a good sounding guitar :) )

    The amp I bought with it is a Kustom Sound FX 15.

    I am planning to buy a new amp, but needed something small enough to carry around.

    Googled a bit and came across Marshall MG15CD. I came across this forum while looking up for its cost.

    Also came across a couple of threads that stated that Line 6 and Laney are better amps.

    Could someone tell me which amp would go better with the GRG170DX. I play rock/metal/blues (Just some riffs, nothing major )

    I have been through the product websites and Line 6 Spider III 15 looks like a good amp, but I dont know how much it costs.

    I am from Bangalore, India.

    Any help would be appreciated.

    Regards,
    Ibanezer.
     
  2. distorted

    distorted satan

    call up furtados at 080 41623810.
    line6 comes costly but is superb as per me... but crank up the amps well b4 u pik up anything coz the effects n all are quite subjective, different persons may give u entirely different reviews.. newys, my rating goes like:
    line6 > roland > laney > marshall >>> stranger, kustom
     
  3. alpha1

    alpha1 I BLUES!

    If you are gonna play in gigs then forget about lugging a marshall or line6 etc.

    Get an el-cheapo Stranger and a decent processor.
     
  4. zak*wylde

    zak*wylde New Member

    Do what alpha 1 says....it shud work for you...nd plus u will get loads of quality effects (if u buy a really gud processor )
     
  5. thehundredthone

    thehundredthone New Member

    if you're planning to jam with a drummer 15W will not cut it.
     
  6. perseus

    perseus New Member

    I'd strongly consider Roland. Don't fool with the Jr. Marshalls.
     
  7. detritus

    detritus New Member

    What would be the minimum wattage for jamming with a drummer?
     
  8. perseus

    perseus New Member

    Depends whether it's an angry drummer. If so, 30 minimum.
     
  9. distorted

    distorted satan

    Yeah, 20 myt work, but 30 will...
     
  10. perseus

    perseus New Member

  11. perseus

    perseus New Member

  12. Reuben-Metal

    Reuben-Metal New Member

    Why Spend Money On Processors..
    Buy The Line 6 Spider III with Built in Effects..
    And Since Your New To Guitars...Its Good For You...
    There Are Three

    Line 6 Spider 150 75W -26,900 RS
    Line 6 Spider 112 - 23,800 RS
    Line 6 Spider 15 15W - 8000 RS
    Line ^ Spider Jam - 26,800 Rs
     
  13. metalmonke

    metalmonke New Member

    very impressive reuben metal.....considering ur 5 yr fake experience...i bow before u o mighty master...i welcome u in dis long gone 1 yr old thread..!

    dumb ass!
     
  14. Angellica

    Angellica New Member

    I'd suggest getting a decent amp. There's nothing like raw amp tone and you'll develop a lot of technique by using an amp. Recording with an amp is also very good because a mic'd amp, even a small one can sound really nice. You can go for a Marshall if you need volume and Line6 if you need features.

    Thanks,
    Angellica
     
  15. ultrabot90

    ultrabot90 Like fishes need bicycles

    ^WHICH Marshall, your highness? For instance, TSL? JCM? Haze? Or MG? o_O
     
  16. metalmonke

    metalmonke New Member

    angellica too! he also posts only to long dead threads.
     
  17. ultrabot90

    ultrabot90 Like fishes need bicycles

    The name screams Rugrats.
     
  18. metalmonke

    metalmonke New Member

    you got that right!
     
  19. unet

    unet New Member

    Why so much derision?


    If you have to choose, pick the MG over the Spider!

    But if you ask me, for a starting amp, the Peavey Vypyr and the Vox AD series amps are brilliant. Many millions of times better than the MG and Spider and whatever.
     
  20. ultrabot90

    ultrabot90 Like fishes need bicycles

    Precisely my point. So many better things at the under 20k range, I can't believe I just bought what my seniors at school bought, simply because it was the cheapest in my knowledge back then, and because it was the only amp company I knew, and I was 'electric guitar crazy'. Roland Cubes (I'm gonna get a Cube Street when I can), PV Vypyrs, Laney Cubs, the BE3 Brat... -.-'
     

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