#1
please differentiate..
im using ibanez rg350 basswood
im playing mainly rock and metal..
thanks
#5
Quote by littlephil
^ That, and what sort of rock and metal?



well a lot of different kinds.. like august burns red, trivium, shadows fall, breaking benjamin, killswitch engage, lamb of god, liquid tension experiment, dream theater, steve vai's songs, john petrucci's songs, avenged sevenfold, escape the fate, bullet for my valentine, etc... u know..

btw ty
#6
Probably the Crunch Lab then, but neither will be a big improvement if you're using those amps. The Bandit is ok, but still not that great.
#7
Quote by littlephil
Probably the Crunch Lab then, but neither will be a big improvement if you're using those amps. The Bandit is ok, but still not that great.


what can u say about the laney or the ibanez amp??
what other amps can u recommend?
#8
Try for a Epi Valve Jr half stack:
http://guitars.musiciansfriend.com/product/Epiphone-Valve-Junior-Half-Stack?sku=481475
Then use a Tubeskreamer for a good boost, and a 10 band EQ or something like...
Cheap EQ:
http://guitars.musiciansfriend.com/product/Danelectro-DJ14-Fish-and-Chips-7Band-EQ-Pedal?sku=151873
Tubeskreamor:
http://guitars.musiciansfriend.com/product/Ibanez-ToneLok-TS7-Tubescreamer-Pedal?sku=150286
And then you see a difference.
Thats my reccomendation, quite a few wont agree, but you do what you want, try out the stuff.
Crunch lab for more solid rock and metal, tone zone for more all around stuff, but I would say crunch lab.

$320 for the rig in total if you buy it off of MF.
Last edited by LolCatGuitar at Jun 15, 2010,
#9
the Crunch Lab for metal and Harder rock.
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