#1
I'm looking at a bunch of cabs for around 600 USD or less. I'v been considering Orange, Mesa, Avatar and some others. I could go 412 or 212. I play just about every style except country. What are your opinions?
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#2
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Multiple threads aren't allowed. Anyways, Orange or Avatar, both are pretty versatile. Speaker selection, mix Vintage 30s and Greenbacks if you go Avatar.
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#3
The guy closed the other one and said to make a more informative one!
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#4
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Multiple threads aren't allowed. Anyways, Orange or Avatar, both are pretty versatile. Speaker selection, mix Vintage 30s and Greenbacks if you go Avatar.



You're getting a little crazy with this reporting man, his other thread got closed.


TS, what kind of amp are you using? Specific tones you're trying to capture (though what tones you can do will depends more on the amp than anything)
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#5
Quote by CullenT
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Multiple threads aren't allowed. Anyways, Orange or Avatar, both are pretty versatile. Speaker selection, mix Vintage 30s and Greenbacks if you go Avatar.



Bit too serious if you ask me. All he is asking is for an opinion. I wouldn't like that response if it were me
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#6
ok. well I will probably get something like the valveking head. Death cab for Cutie is my fav band so mosly tones like that
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#7
dont get a valveking head.
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#8
Oh, so you don't have an amp yet? I'd be spending more money on my amp that on my cab, isn't a valveking less than what you're looking to spend on a cab? Not to say I know how to spend your money, but IMO you'll get more value with a better amp and possibly a lesser cabinet.
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#9
Go for a better head than the Valveking, IMO.
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#10
Quote by CullenT
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Multiple threads aren't allowed. Anyways, Orange or Avatar, both are pretty versatile. Speaker selection, mix Vintage 30s and Greenbacks if you go Avatar.


If you'll actually read the other thread, I told him to make another.
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