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I am thinning the herd on some pedals I haven't used in over a year and am going to by something musical with it. I was looking at getting an Epiphone Casino or possibly a Vox AC15. I currently have a fender super champ 600 and a Hot Rod Deluxe for amps an for guitars I have most of the basic types, Les Paul, Strat, Tele, SG, and Mustang. I have a bass and am borrowing a really nice bass from my brother. My favorite bands and tone I tend to go for are Smashing pumpkins, Beatles, Pink Floyd, Nirvana ect. Any input would be appreciated.
RoboPimp: yup, part of growing up is abandoning any hopes and dreams and giving up on anything that you feel passionate about or makes you happy. then comes years of waiting for sweet death.
I'm a fan of both the Epiphone Casino and the Vox AC15 - in fact, I own one of each... so I'm probably not the right guy to ask. If forced to pick one or the other, I'd probably say "get the Casino." I absolutely love mine.
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- George Carlin
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"The music business will be revitalized by musicians, not the labels or Live Nation. When the musicians decide to put music first, instead of money, the public will flock to the fruits and the scene will be healthy again."
Get a used ac15 twin. All the glory of the ac15 but in an ac30 box with 2 12's. I just got one for cheap ($400 on craigslist) you will get a broader range of tones adding that amp then adding a casino. If you look hard enought you might be able to have both for $750-850.