#1
Yeah...
I use a Carvin X100B with a Marshall 4x12 AVT cab for practice with my Death Metal band. I am sick of hauling that monster around! Can anyone recommend me a practice amp that gets that amount of gain, and is easily portable, can get over a drummer, and is tube? Cause my half stack is not fun going up 3 flights of stairs!
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#2
Tube amps are heavy. You could get a 40w tube combo, but it will still weigh a decent amount. On the other hand, it will be much easier to transport than a halfstack would.
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#3
budget?

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Yeh the SICK! bit sounds a bit stupid.

#4
Without knowing your budget I'd say a Randall RG50 TC but then again. it's not really a practice amp. Combo-wise, I'd recommend that or a Peavey 6505
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#5
budget: $400
tube practice amp,
50 watts I hope!
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#6
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#7
Quote by ValoRhoads
Yeah...
I use a Carvin X100B with a Marshall 4x12 AVT cab for practice with my Death Metal band. I am sick of hauling that monster around! Can anyone recommend me a practice amp that gets that amount of gain, and is easily portable, can get over a drummer, and is tube? Cause my half stack is not fun going up 3 flights of stairs!


Leave the 4x12 at your practice location. Buy a 2x12 for home and carry the head around.

Otherwise. You play deathmetal. Man up a bit for that stack.
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