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I've come into a dilemma.

I'm looking for a new amp, one to fill in my amp lust, the problem is that what i'm looking for is sooooo out of my league for now. So i don't know what to do about it.

I'm right now looking to get a Bogner Uberschall, but they come with a very heavy price tag, not including the cabinets needed which i'm going to say will add about a grand to my total.

My influences are Avenged Sevenfold, BFMV, Drowning Pool, Theory of a Deadman, Hollywood Undead, Limp Bizkit, etc. (Hardrock)

I can deal with the amps i have now, but my guitar is suffering. I right now have a ibanez 7 string which is more than adequate so thats not a problem. My main guitar though is an ibanez RG120. Even though i have nothing bad to say about it, but you get what you paid for.

Now, i can either save up for this amp and deal with my guitar, or i can use some of the money i saved up, buy a guitar, then keep saving for my amp.

I have about 500 right now and im going to get 600 over the summer. I'm looking for either an ibanez, schecter, or a B.C. Rich Mockingbird.

Also, if you can think of any other amps that are cheaper and will suit me, just let me know.

Thanks in advance
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#2
Right now, you have a Blackstar which is a decent amp.

Save for that Uberschall. Trust me, you will not regret it. I think you can occasionally find them for about $2000 used also.

But first, if you don't like your current guitar, you can probably get something good in that price range. All the Schecter C-1s I've played were good, and I think you can just about afford one...let me check.
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Oh, and BTW...Limp Bizkit is not hard rock. I'm not usually an elitist, but I make an exception for that knob Fred Durst - he has his own genre of ****-rap-rock.

http://guitars.musiciansfriend.com/navigation/schecter-electric-guitars-basses-solid-body-electric-guitars?N=100001+306241+10+201644 Take your pick out of those - I've never come across a bad Schecter.
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