#1
Just bought a peavey 6505+, thinking of returning it for something different.

I need a crystal clear clean, and heavey thick (not mid like the 6505+) full distortion tone.
#2
What cab are you running it in?

That could be an issue..

Btw the ht 100 isn't to impressive imo.
GEAR
PRS:SE Singlecut w/ Crunchlab/Airnorton
ESP:Eclipse Standard
LTD:SCT607B
Fender:MIM Silverburst Tele
Line6:Pod HD500X
Ovation:EliteT1778
#3
Engl fireball
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#4
Quote by Jaredmkl
What cab are you running it in?

That could be an issue..

Btw the ht 100 isn't to impressive imo.


right now i'm using a Valveking 412. My Avatar 412 w V30's & G12T-75's will be here next week.
#5
wait till the new cab to deicde to return the peavey, the cabs deffinitly holding the head back, but the 6505 should sound ok even through a crap cabinet. maybe your EQing it wrong?

if you get rid of the peavey consider a used mesa dual or triple rec, those seem to be what youre looking for i think and its in your budget is the peavey you got new
#7
That cab will make a world of difference
GEAR
PRS:SE Singlecut w/ Crunchlab/Airnorton
ESP:Eclipse Standard
LTD:SCT607B
Fender:MIM Silverburst Tele
Line6:Pod HD500X
Ovation:EliteT1778
#8
Quote by Levi79
This.

Check out ENGL's if you do decide to get rid of the 6505.

Specifically I think the blackmore would be great for you.

As much as I love the Blackmore it's quite a bright and middy amp also it might not be what TS is after. I'd suggest trying whatever you purchase first to make sure it's for you.
#9
Quote by wick001
I need a crystal clear clean, and heavey thick (not mid like the 6505+) full distortion tone.

So... you want a scooped tone that doesn't cut through?


Sounds like you want an Engl Powerball to me.


The HT-100 is an alright amp. It actually quite surprised me, but it still has a weird artificial sound to it that I couldn't seem to dial out.
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