Re: Chossing guitar and Amp
Well, I'm guessing that 1000 euros, you'll be able to get a very capable set-up, although I'm not entirely sure of the conversion rates these days.
I would focus on getting the guitar for you first. It's all about feel and tone over specs and graphics for me. I'd recommend going to a music store and pulling everything off the shelf and see what fits you the best. Certain guitars do lend themselves to particular styles better, but it really comes down to what feels the best in your hands. It really comes down to what's comfortable to you.
Once you have the guitar in order, the amp comes next. Rather than feel, this to me is more about usage and practicality. I usually recommend tube, although if you're an apartment player there are only a few tube amps that will really excel at low volumes. If that's the case, you don't need a 4 channel 100 watt tube amp to just jam in your bedroom and there's no reason to waste money on features that don't apply to your needs. You should try to play all the amps you consider with your new guitar. I'm not a huge line6 fan but Marshall has some good stuff. Blackstar is another company I'd consider as well as Laney and Orange on that side of the pond. I'd also look at the used market as some of these makers have good build quality amps that would allow you to go a lot nicer for equal or less money.