Originally Posted by Termanator7
Well, i heard nothing but great stuff about tube amps but, I don't want to have it overheating in my room.
They don't overheat man, thats a characteristic that only a few have. DO NOT worry about that at all (is there a problem with an electrical source?) Seriously thats a non issue. Any tube amp will be just fine if you go that route. If you go solid state, its still very important to test everything available in your range. Solid State can be quite generalized unfairly as being inferior in sound. While that is mostly true IMO, not all solid state amps sound the same. Ironicly, most tube amp makers like Hiwatt, Orange, Marshall, Traynor, Peavey, etc all make SS amps. And ironicly, wouldn't you think that Marshall and Hiwatt would make the best solid state amps out of the bunch? Well they don't. Don't follow the name. I would look at the Roland Cube, Vox Valvetronix, Tech 21, Orange Crush series, and maybe some Randall (I had a Randall RG100 Stereo Chorus 2x12 combo that ripped! great cleans too!). Anyway, what amp do you really want?