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whistlebug23  
6 Aug 2008 18:42 | Quote
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Ready... Are you sure? Okay:
drrrrrrrrrrrrr CSH! What amp would you recommend for me? Of course, amp as soo cheap as you know. I don't like to play loud, but when I do, i like a good tone.
I need an upgrade from a Peavey Rage 158 15 Watt.
i can probably sell my old amps. I have three amps.
GuitarBoy666  
6 Aug 2008 18:48 | Quote
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You could look into a good cab and head and a good pedal or two, that's what I did:

Godin > DigiTech Grunge > Epiphone Head/Cab

I get a pretty sick tone when I play loud, but when you have your Low's up a lot when you're playing loud, it creates a lot more work for the speaker, so turn your lows down. That's what the guy from L&M said to me, and he said that when the volume is turned up on the amp/pedal that is gonna create more low frequencies (sp?) anyways.
EMB5490  
6 Aug 2008 19:53 | Quote
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playing style and price range?
marsdemartini  
6 Aug 2008 20:51 | Quote
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line 6 are cheap and are good quality
EMB5490  
6 Aug 2008 21:47 | Quote
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yuck line six...how bout a vox? or a cheaper fender wit a distortion pedal.
whistlebug23  
6 Aug 2008 22:08 | Quote
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i hate fender because of the body and bridge space.
I play rock mostly metallica, price range? whatever, i'm just looking for suggestions.
GRX40  
6 Aug 2008 22:24 | Quote
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The Peavey 5150 is supposed to be good for metal, but I'm not sure if they're in production anymore. I know you can find them for $500-600 used.
telecrater  
6 Aug 2008 23:07 | Quote
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Yeah I would go with the vox too. I have not herd anything bad about the vox but lots of people don't like the line 6's.

The Vox mod amps also just came out with a high gain version which might fit you better.
telecrater  
6 Aug 2008 23:09 | Quote
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whistlebug23 says:
i hate fender because of the body and bridge space.


Dude what part of the amp is the bridge?
brodyxhollow  
7 Aug 2008 00:41 | Quote
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i think he thought you were talking about the guitars. he probably didnt realize fender makes amps too.
EMB5490  
7 Aug 2008 07:51 | Quote
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u need a distortion pedl wit a fender amp, but they give gr8 tone
Crunch  
7 Aug 2008 10:52 | Quote
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I wonder how many people have actually played a Line 6 and how many just decide they don't like them because their friend said he doesn't. They're a rock solid amp. They don't sound like a tube amp, for a good reason, they're not. They are, however, very versatile and well built solid state amps.
whistlebug23  
7 Aug 2008 12:26 | Quote
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oh I feel stupid. I knew Fender made amps, but I thought he meant change guitars.
I have a pedal already. It's the DigiTech Metal Master. Did I not specify about that?


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