#1
I got Jackson RR and a desent amp.....but my problem is.....is it good enough. Its the Line 6 Half. I like it but i really dont know if its the best i need. So if you got the right system tell me.
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#2
It isn't. Some Mesa Boogies or the metalish Peavey tube amps will get that sound perfectly but they're pricey. I'll check out the gear in a sec.
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#5
*cough*For the best Bullet For My Valentine sound, you take the amp cord, and insert it into your rectum*cough*

In all seriousness, though, I think you should...you know, go for your own sound instead of mimicking another person's
#6
^ Lol

Peavey 5150/6505 is the way to go
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#7
Peavey 5150 or 6505. You can find a 5150 combo on ebay for about $400-$600. That actually what they use.
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In all seriousness, though, I think you should...you know, go for your own sound instead of mimicking another person's

Yes because everyone covers BFMV with a Fender strat and fender frontman.
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#10
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To get the BFMV sound, drown a cat.


Sigged. lol
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#11
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Peavey 5150 or 6505. You can find a 5150 combo on ebay for about $400-$600. That actually what they use.


I thought they switched to triple rectifiers...