#1
Been playing for a while now but there is a huge problem.

I can't annoy my neighbor with my badly played metal riffs =(

Just not loud enough! Apparently a 30 dollar Pyle Pro wasn't smart.


I'd like to get a cheap half stack or a overly large combo .
Would it be cheaper to buy the head and cabinet seperate? If so, suggestions?

(Ive seen a behringer cab for 150usd, and a line 6 100w head for 185)


(Recomendations on a new guitar would be nice too, nothing too fancy . Roughly 400 or less. Looking at the BC RICH BICH )
#2
Do you gig?
Genres you play?
Budget?
New or USED?
location??
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#4
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Do you gig?
Genres you play?
Budget?
New or USED?
location??



Nope no gigging. Did a talent show though.

300-400 dollars for the amp.


When I'm bored, metal riffs, heavy as possible.

But I'm still classic, Constantly playing classic, southern rock.
#5
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Nope no gigging. Did a talent show though.

300-400 dollars for the amp.


When I'm bored, metal riffs, heavy as possible.

But I'm still classic, Constantly playing classic, southern rock.

You could Get a USED Line 6 Flextone with that but if you want to stay away From modeling amps, the Blackstar HT-5 would be good and add a boost for heavier stuff.
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Quote by djproffesork
Nope no gigging. Did a talent show though.

300-400 dollars for the amp.


When I'm bored, metal riffs, heavy as possible.

But I'm still classic, Constantly playing classic, southern rock.


save up another hundred or so and look at b-52 or bugera combos, if you dont gig dont get a halfstck.
#7
Well, for one thing, avoid any B.C. Rich guitar that is under $1000, they're all made in China, and have the shoddiest quality of any "name" brand (bad materials, bad parts, sloppy fret jobs, and IMHO incredibly ugly).

The black heart would be a good choice, though you may need to invest in some pedals as well.
'89 MIJ Fender Strat
Rivera S-120
'60s PEPCO Model 211 5w head
'60s Paul (Pepco) 1x12 tube amp
'60s Harmony H303a 1x10 tube amp
#8
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Well, for one thing, avoid any B.C. Rich guitar that is under $1000, they're all made in China, and have the shoddiest quality of any "name" brand (bad materials, bad parts, sloppy fret jobs, and IMHO incredibly ugly).

The black heart would be a good choice, though you may need to invest in some pedals as well.


i agree with the bc rich thing but the gunslinger retro series looks awesome and im hoping to pick one up for my next guitar. all the pointy ones suck donkeys though.
#9
B-52 or valveking if you want a tube amp, they're solid amps for the price and do pretty much any genre pretty well, The Blackstar and Blackhearts are pretty nice too, not going to be ridiculously loud but they'll get the job done. You'll need a pedal to get anything heavy out of those two though. As for guitar I can't recommend anything really, other than to try to avoid Deans and B.C. rich
#10
B-52 At-112.
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