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Old 07-07-2009, 11:40 AM   #81
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the clean channel on the 6262 destroys the "clean" channel on the 5150. I play alot of slightly stoopid, sublime, stuff like that on it to, and it works perfectly. The only thing the 5150 does a little better is classic rock, but that could be fixed with a ts9


Well I know the 6262 is better, but what about the 6260?
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Old 07-07-2009, 11:41 AM   #82
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Well I know the 6262 is better, but what about the 6260?

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when i tried the 6260 i liked the 5150's cleans better

but the 6262 and the II/+ 's cleans are the same in my ears

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Old 07-07-2009, 11:43 AM   #83
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Some guitar companies you are missing: BC Rich, Godin, Fender (Yes they can, they just might no be someones first choice), Music Man, PRS, Agile, and I think someone else already said Washburn. I know there is more because most guitars with humbuckers can do metal.
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Old 07-07-2009, 11:44 AM   #84
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Some guitar companies you are missing: BC Rich, Godin, Fender (Yes they can, they just might no be someones first choice), Music Man, PRS, Agile, and I think someone else already said Washburn. I know there is more because most guitars with humbuckers can do metal.

like i said please post a link to the guitar you are suggesting so i could just copy paste it

and thanks for your contribution
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Old 07-07-2009, 11:46 AM   #85
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Well I know the 6262 is better, but what about the 6260?


Here ya go

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_zPAq-cHZ48&feature=fvw

Go to about 3 minutes in
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Old 07-07-2009, 11:49 AM   #86
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idk if you want my opinion but here it is



No I saw that, and I appreciate it, I just want more than one.
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These guitars, also. (Caparison)
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Old 07-07-2009, 09:16 PM   #88
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Hi, I'm looking for a decent amp (prefer a non-combo amp). I play mainly newer metal. I would prefer a Tube amp, but I know with my budget that's tough so I don't mind having to get a SS.

Budget: Maximum of $600 CAD
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New would be easiest but will go used if needed
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Bands: All That Remains, As I Lay Dying, Killswitch Engage, (Old) Metallica, Dream Theater, Animals As Leaders
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Old 07-07-2009, 09:28 PM   #89
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Hi, I'm looking for a decent amp (prefer a non-combo amp). I play mainly newer metal. I would prefer a Tube amp, but I know with my budget that's tough so I don't mind having to get a SS.

Budget: Maximum of $600 CAD
Location: (South) Ontario, Canada
New would be easiest but will go used if needed
Non-gigging, but if needed should be able to play a small bar venue
Bands: All That Remains, As I Lay Dying, Killswitch Engage, (Old) Metallica, Dream Theater, Animals As Leaders

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Old 07-07-2009, 09:54 PM   #90
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Hi, I'm looking for a decent amp (prefer a non-combo amp). I play mainly newer metal. I would prefer a Tube amp, but I know with my budget that's tough so I don't mind having to get a SS.

Budget: Maximum of $600 CAD
Location: (South) Ontario, Canada
New would be easiest but will go used if needed
Non-gigging, but if needed should be able to play a small bar venue
Bands: All That Remains, As I Lay Dying, Killswitch Engage, (Old) Metallica, Dream Theater, Animals As Leaders


The Older Metallica used Mesa Boogie Mark II+ C
As I Lay Dying uses Krank Revolutions, or Krankensteins
Dream Theatre uses mesaboogie Mark IVs

I don't know what the other two use.
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The Older Metallica used Mesa Boogie Mark II+ C
As I Lay Dying uses Krank Revolutions, or Krankensteins
Dream Theatre uses mesaboogie Mark IVs

those are WAYYY out of his budget

especially the Mark IIC+
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Old 07-07-2009, 11:12 PM   #92
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Hi, I'm looking for a decent amp (prefer a non-combo amp). I play mainly newer metal. I would prefer a Tube amp, but I know with my budget that's tough so I don't mind having to get a SS.

Budget: Maximum of $600 CAD
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Non-gigging, but if needed should be able to play a small bar venue
Bands: All That Remains, As I Lay Dying, Killswitch Engage, (Old) Metallica, Dream Theater, Animals As Leaders


you get an E cookie for listening to animals as leaders. i would recommend alfred's suggestions.

so yeah, i just got back from a trip so i guess i'll start posting here now.
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Old 07-07-2009, 11:15 PM   #93
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Hi, I'm looking for a decent amp (prefer a non-combo amp). I play mainly newer metal. I would prefer a Tube amp, but I know with my budget that's tough so I don't mind having to get a SS.

Budget: Maximum of $600 CAD
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Bands: All That Remains, As I Lay Dying, Killswitch Engage, (Old) Metallica, Dream Theater, Animals As Leaders


If you're mostly non-gigging and so "image" (I use it lightly) doesn't matter, why not go combo? It's a ton easier to find a nice combo at that price than it is to find a head/cab
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If you're mostly non-gigging and so "image" (I use it lightly) doesn't matter, why not go combo? It's a ton easier to find a nice combo at that price than it is to find a head/cab

yea, a combo is very easy to find in your price range, a decent halfstack would have cost about $800-1000ish

^and i'll add them mikey
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to Adam, it wasnt a WTLTL copy, i was browsing to some only threads and i saw that the Blackstar HT-5 has one so i put one up in my thread


I wa talking about the actual list of br00talz smart people, was just a joke though
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I wa talking about the actual list of br00talz smart people, was just a joke though

yea, the Blackstar thread has a "Who to listen to in this thread" so i put one in mine
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yea, the Blackstar thread has a "Who to listen to in this thread" so i put one in mine


Ah right I get you

Do you want reviews or anything for the thread? Because I could review my DSL401 as it is pretty good for modern metal.
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Do you want reviews or anything for the thread? Because I could review my DSL401 as it is pretty good for modern metal.

yea sure
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