#1
I need a quiet practice amp. Of the following, which do you think would come closest to accomplishing an extreme death metal sound?

Line 6 Micro Spider
VOX DA5
Crate Profiler 5
Roland Micro Cube RX

So far I'm leaning towards the Line 6. From what I have heard, the others still sound sort of twangy even at the highest gain settings - good enough maybe for old school stuff, but not death metal. Any opinions/experience with these amps?
#2
all of the are meh.......... get a Vypyr 15 if you can....... or just get the cube
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#3
yeah umm quiet/mini practice amp for death metal. doesnt usually work out
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#4
^he is right
Black Metal + Quiet amp = DOES NOT COMPUTE!!!
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#6
ik not even close maybe you should try something like classic rock which is culturally and spiritually (not in a religious aspect) better for you considering you are probably just starting out.
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#8
the line 6 spider mini on the metal channel with a boss hm-2 pedal. **** loads of gain and sounds great at low volumes.
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#10
i prefer the sound i get out of the crate
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the line 6 spider mini on the metal channel with a boss hm-2 pedal. **** loads of gain and sounds great at low volumes.


yeah because a kid with only enough to get a small amp can afford a boss hm-2 with it
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the line 6 spider mini on the metal channel with a boss hm-2 pedal. **** loads of gain and sounds great at low volumes.


Why would you run a pedal into a modeling amp?
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if you can afford it, a krank rev jr. sounds like it'd suit you well...

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it's not by any means a quiet amp...
periphery/bulb!

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Peavey 5150 mk ii & b52 4x12 cab

line 6 podxt for recording

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#15
I know it is fruitless. That's why I said close. Anyone else heard the crate? I can't find any sound samples on the net.
#16
The Vypyr is definately the best practice amp for metal.

I use the Cube though, I don't need amp models.
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The Vypyr is definately the best practice amp for metal.

I use the Cube though, I don't need amp models.


ya know the cube is a modeling amp right?
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ya know the cube is a modeling amp right?

In case you didn't read carefully, I said AMP MODELS, not MODELING AMPS.

I wouldn't have bought the Cube if I didn't want a modeling amp. All I need is EQ, and distortion/overdrive, which the Cube 15 has.
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In case you didn't read carefully, I said AMP MODELS, not MODELING AMPS.

I wouldn't have bought the Cube if I didn't want a modeling amp. All I need is EQ, and distortion/overdrive, which the Cube 15 has.

modeling amps = amp models

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