Fender Super Champ XD. Hybrid tube/SS amp with a bunch of nifty amp models, some ok effects. Really nice overall tone. ( because of the tubes)
EDIT: Just wanted to add, though there about 16 different special effects, I only really use the reverb, the rest are strictly used only when I'm screwing around. Not big effects guy.
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Peavy Vypyr 15. $60 pawn shop kill, practically brand new!
Also a Vox Amplug Classic Rock for headphone mode.
Fender Squier Bullet Stratocaster
Peavy Vypyr 15 Amp
EVH 5150II is my primary amp
For my live rig I use fender roc pro 1000 heads and marhsall 4x12's loaded with 35 w speakers. I put the cabs side by side instead of stacked on stage. the cabs are smaller than the 1960a/b cabs but they sound tighter to me and are only 140 watts. I also use a fender ultimate chorus for my clean tones and a whirlwind a/b/y switch. I use boss pedals (super chorus, flanger, super phaser, delay, comp/sustainer, eq), a tube screamer, dunlop cry baby wah and high gain volume pedal, digitech xp -100 whammy/wah and the good old boss tu-2. At home I use an old black m-80 212 and a pod xt live. I used to use the pod xt in my live rig, but it is a pain in the *** to set the levels all correct and it is just easier for me to get my tones on the fly with what I have in my pedal board.
Marshall JMP 1 1 watt tube amp....lovely!
I also have a micro cube, Mustang 2 and a 1 watt blackstar HT1. Really need to thin them out a bit.
Fender Princeton. I have a little Fender practice amp upstairs next to the couch so I can plug in and practice during commercials
I have owned several amps over the last few years, but sold most of them and now only have two practice amps. Fender Mustang I, and a Yamaha THR10. And I have to say for a practice amp the Yamaha is probably the best sounding amp I have ever owned. I have finally found an amp I am happy with.
Line 6 Spider IV 75
And a MkII Shortboard for it