#3
Well, I wouldn't plan on using it as my main head, it'd just be something I'd keep as a backup in case my head craps out... I wouldn't expect it to have much headroom, being only 22w solid state.

It's worth it if you like the idea of having a pedal-sized backup or something for quiet practice at night, IMO.
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#4
it would be better to get a normal head but it seems cool
#5
I've seen them around but never had the chance to play one, I could see myself using one as a backup with an EQ and maybe an OD.
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#6
It'd make a cheap power amp for 5 watters if you can pad down the output before going into the 22.
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Well, I wouldn't plan on using it as my main head, it'd just be something I'd keep as a backup in case my head craps out... I wouldn't expect it to have much headroom, being only 22w solid state.

It's worth it if you like the idea of having a pedal-sized backup or something for quiet practice at night, IMO.


which is probably why they released the 44 magnum