#1
Anyone have this amp or have tried it? I tried it but only got to play it for 5 minutes since my friend was buying a new guitar but do you guys think it sounds good all around? Wanna know some bad things about it other than the fact that it isn't tube...
#3
its really good for metal
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#4
It's a great amp, basically all the high gain models from the Vetta. It doesn't quite have all the features of the Vetta, but it's good if you're just using it for metal and cleans.

Otherwise, the Vetta is the better amp by quite a bit IMO, I have mine for sale
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#5
K, since i play metal and clean stuff i guess that's prefect for me, and for anything inbetween i can use my vox.
#6
Just a question for next time i play one, what model should i use to get a good metallica tone?
#7
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Just a question for next time i play one, what model should i use to get a good metallica tone?


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