#2
Not really. What do you play?

A Blackeart or a Laney VC15 would be WAY better.
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#4
They have that amp at my old school, its not a metal amp at all. The cleans are quite nice though.
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#6
You don't need a stack. Repeat that, you don't.

Get a combo, better value. For metal get a Bugera!
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#7
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You don't need a stack. Repeat that, you don't.

Get a combo, better value. For metal get a Bugera!

Yeah i've been looking at a Bugera 6262, which looks great. I'm not sure how much money can I spend right now.
#8
dont get a bugeraa nooooo
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#9
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dont get a bugeraa nooooo

Why nooooot?

I heard they sound great and don't have reliability issues anymore.
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#10
^They do sound really good, but for punk and sometimes metal i would go with a Bugera 1990. They sound great for those styles! I play punk and grunge myself and am going to get one.

But all amps will have duds here and there. Find BeerChurch's profile and look at his blog, he has all the necessary fixes you need to do when you get one, although I'm not sure if that applies to the 1990. In any case, get some kind of extended warranty from the place you buy it at, and bias the tubes/tighten up screws when you get it. Should be good to go.
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#11
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^They do sound really good, but for punk and sometimes metal i would go with a Bugera 1990. They sound great for those styles! I play punk and grunge myself and am going to get one.

But all amps will have duds here and there. Find BeerChurch's profile and look at his blog, he has all the necessary fixes you need to do when you get one, although I'm not sure if that applies to the 1990. In any case, get some kind of extended warranty from the place you buy it at, and bias the tubes/tighten up screws when you get it. Should be good to go.

I'd get bugera, But every store is out of stock.