Go for a rod thats strong down to the butt and that has a screw in swing-tip at the end. You could buy different strength tips, 1 for the bream and tench, I use 1 1/2oz tc for that and it can deal with carp up to 3lb. For the carp i'd reccomend something a little stronger though. Best bet is to ask in the tackle shop before you buy.
Get them rods bent, get them reels screamin', get fishin!
I have the daiawa 11/13 ft stillwater feeder rod,If it's a jack of all trades your after you wont go for wrong with this.It will deal with lines from 1lb upto about 5lb you get two tips i think one carbon and one softer glass one.I mainly use the soft glass tip the only time I'll use the stiff tip is when i expect the carp to rip the tip round.Without a doubt great rod.
Joe  
Don't argue with an idiot they will only bring you down to there level and beat you on experience
The difference between a light,medium and heavy feeder rod is the weight each would cast. So to answer your question what weight do you want to cast then look at rods that are capable of handling these.
I`m not trying to dampen anyones iterest with buying what they believe is a good deal..but..RRP doesn`t mean a bloody thing.
If you were to try and sell anything at RRP,you`d soon go bankrupt[V]
Think about it logically,if you really had something worth a couple of hundred quid,would you let it go for less than half price
Forget RRP and just look at the selling price,after all thats what matters