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Some amps may be more versatile, some amps may have a particular sound you want or open new opportunities. If you like the sound you are getting and it is loud enough for your current needs, then you don't need a better amp. You might want a better amp, but that is something that never goes away, no matter how much you spend or how fancy your amp is. If ...
Probably the best place to start is the Ibanez Tube Screamer TS9 or TS808 (there's also the cheaper, but discontinued TS7). The TubeScreamer is a classic and many, many guitarists still use it (or a clone of it) today, including some of the payers of the bands you listed. It is characterized by a mid-boost which makes the guitar stand out a little more in ...
Yes, but... It would depend on the effect and vocal range of the singer. It will sound much better through pedals designed for vocals, but it will still work. Distortion won't sound too great, but delays, echoes, and compression will work just fine. I can tell you from experience, as I run guitars and keyboards through bass pedals and the other way around. ...
Many years ago in the 1980s I favoured a cheap Phaser pedal and processing through an old analogue synth to filter the sound. At the time I was pleased with the unique quality I obtained by this novel combination. I recommend experimenting with unlikely combinations of processing but try to keep it subtle.
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