#2
It's probably a really awesome rig, if you like Meshuggah.
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#4
It's a Vetta, they rock.


but honestly, if you'r not meshuggah, why invest in a fullstack? believe there are combo's available and those things are loud enough lol
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#5
haha, no I'm not thinking of BUYING it! For obvious reasons. I just thought it was interesting because I've never seen "call for price" before. Must be awesome!
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#6
Eww, Line6.

Looks too much like some hifi amp or something... Can't go past a good ol' Marshall, just a few knobs and some valves, no LCD's and ****. =P
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#7
Quote by Jesstaa
Eww, Line6.

Looks too much like some hifi amp or something... Can't go past a good ol' Marshall, just a few knobs and some valves, no LCD's and ****. =P



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#8
Quote by Jesstaa
Eww, Line6.

not all Line 6 products suck...
I would probably price that at around 3k? based on the MSRP
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#9
Quote by Ghold125
not all Line 6 products suck...
I would probably price that at around 3k? based on the MSRP


+1

Most people base their opinions of Line 6 on the Spider series. The Vettas are incredible amps if you can afford one.
#10
Quote by eyebanez333
+1

Most people base their opinions of Line 6 on the Spider series. The Vettas are incredible amps if you can afford one.


I'm too much of a purist or whatever, I hate modeling amps.
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#11
Wooowwwwwww....shiny buttons and stuff :P

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#12
Quote by Jesstaa
I'm too much of a purist or whatever, I hate modeling amps.

riiight. didn't you JUST get that JCM? You've probably never even played one of those. You can't say you don't like it until you fully experience it. Most people will never tell a difference in tone between a top-quality modeler and a tube amp. They might feel a dynamic difference, but there are plenty of guitar players out there who don't even know what dynamics are.
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#13
Quote by theoreticmusic
riiight. didn't you JUST get that JCM? You've probably never even played one of those. You can't say you don't like it until you fully experience it. Most people will never tell a difference in tone between a top-quality modeler and a tube amp. They might feel a dynamic difference, but there are plenty of guitar players out there who don't even know what dynamics are.

This is true. In fact when I was recently redoing my rig the ONLY reason I didn't end up with either a Vetta II or a Fractal Axe-FX was due to the dynamics and touch sensitivity I get with the Mesa (and that I previously had with my Soldano) that I simply haven't found in a modeler as of yet.
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#14
Quote by larrytheguitar
haha, no I'm not thinking of BUYING it! For obvious reasons. I just thought it was interesting because I've never seen "call for price" before. Must be awesome!


accually alot of gear brands do that, for example richenbacker and prs at one point, perhaps still used to say call for price. i guess its to try and snag you into buying it, they will suger coat everything about it because even if its a decent product the price is sure to throw everyone off at first glance. just my take on it.
#15
If anyone was interested in a Vetta, I'd highly suggest the head over the combo. I couldn't get my hands on a Vetta II head, so had to settle on the combo. The enclosure is pretty cheaply made and the stock speakers aren't anything great. It sounded worlds better using the external speaker out to a Mesa cab.
#16
Quote by larrytheguitar
haha, no I'm not thinking of BUYING it! For obvious reasons. I just thought it was interesting because I've never seen "call for price" before. Must be awesome!


I see this a lot in MusiciansFriend and GC magazines. I love it ... the sale is so rockin and when you go to check the price ""call for price"". That usually just means that it's about $2000-$3000 more than I can afford lol
#17
Quote by Jesstaa
Eww, Line6.

Looks too much like some hifi amp or something... Can't go past a good ol' Marshall, just a few knobs and some valves, no LCD's and ****. =P



they're great amps, lots of versatility, a model for pretty much every sound, and with the footboard its pretty insane-like owning a crazy midi setup.
periphery/bulb!

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Quote by AsOneIStand
Head and Cab for $130? You don't need a head and cabinet, you need a psychological examination.
#18
You know, a little simple research uncovers the prices on the separate items...

$1,699 for the head.
$699 x2 for the cabs.

So you're in the ballpark of $3,000 dollars. Give or take a couple hundred depending on how it is they price bundle it. It's not some awesomely expensive insanely incredible rig. It's just stupid expensive for what it is. Line 6 cabs are not good. And buying that amp in head format just doesn't really make sense. Especially not at that price.

Pointless thread is pointless.
I'm putting my GAS on hold
for a couple months in order to pimp my ride.


Don't judge me.