Amplify, come on up and Amplify. What do you like?.. not that I am a nazi or anything.... I was going to put a red line under 'wich', but then i thought i would get too much hate for thinking that people would mis Amps Guitars opinions matter
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#1 - semo (03/30/2013) [-]
not that I am a nazi or anything....



I was going to put a red line under 'wich', but then i thought i would get too much hate for thinking that people would miss it
#6 - billybong (03/30/2013) [+] (1 reply)
Tubes are always going to make better sound, It's just inherent to the way they work.

But for the average person, they aren't going to notice the difference and given the choice they probably wouldn't want the extra hassle of looking after it (replacement valves if they wear out, heat and the valves are pretty delicate if I'm not mistaken.

But it depends on the source too, EG there's no point using a Valve amp if you're only playing MP3's or youtube clips, or even if the sound source is just a low quality digital audio processor (DAP).

The DAP on most phones, media players and integrated into most computers are appalling by studio standards. I do say most, and not all because there are some exceptions

Ipods have a great DAP for example, but since they're usually filled with MP3's It's wasted on a system like in the my pic here. But High quality MP3's or files ripped in Apple's proprietary format do sound pretty good in comparison. But I've never used the system in the pic, I'm just using it as an example.

TL:DR sound is only as good as the source
User avatar #8 - bobbybeats (03/30/2013) [-]
I have a fender super reverb, it's just pure awesomeness.

I also have a behringer solid state from when I first started playing and it picks up radio stations very once in awhile.
#5 - anonymous (03/30/2013) [-]
Due to my small flat I use a 20W solid... but would always use a tube when in the studio

So... both
User avatar #4 - TITTYFISH ONLINE (03/30/2013) [-]
BOTH! :D Why not have more variety?
#2 - twi (03/30/2013) [-]
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no idea what it is
but I want one.
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