#2
I wish he would've played some more metal-esque stuff. There was that funkish thing in the beginning and the rest was just like rockish pentatonic stuff.
#3
Quote by TatarSalad2
I wish he would've played some more metal-esque stuff. There was that funkish thing in the beginning and the rest was just like rockish pentatonic stuff.


yeah but still sound pretty nice.clean suprised me,its not all that shitty
#4
the reason the 6505+ gets a bad rep for cleans is because a LOT of people match the lead channel EQ settings on the Rhythm channel and wonder why the clean isn't so clean.

The 6505 has a single shared EQ so it's a problem there, but you can dial in good clean tones on it as well.
#5
I know this amp is made for metal but do you think it could handle some blues? Metal and hard rock is my priority but I also need somthing that can handle blues.
Last edited by matt s at Dec 12, 2009,