#1
I play metal and hard rock with a lp, a lot of metallica.
Is this amp good for these sounds?

Thanks
#2
It'll do metallica very well if it's anything like they say it is. Which it's supposed to be like a JCM900. which I own.
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#3
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It'll do metallica very well if it's anything like they say it is. Which it's supposed to be like a JCM900. which I own.


+1.

I really hope it sounds like a JCM 900, but part of me seriously doubts it.
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#4
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It'll do metallica very well if it's anything like they say it is. Which it's supposed to be like a JCM900. which I own.
Do you have a link or anything? This amp is really intresting IMO.

I'm sure though that you could just boost the amp if it didn't have enough gain, though.
#5
I heard they can't handle metal on their own from people who actually played them.

They are more for the blues/rock/punk and hard rock players.

Of course you can boost it.

But you'd be probably better of with something more high-gain.
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I heard they can't handle metal on their own from people who actually played them.

They are more for the blues/rock/punk and hard rock players.

Of course you can boost it.

But you'd be probably better of with something more high-gain.
That sucks to hear, but I don't play metal that needs a lot of gain (thrash), so I guess I'll have to try this amp out while boosting it to see if it meets my needs.