#2
Dude, you have a 5150 - the rhythm channel is MADE for rock n roll!
Ibanez RGT6EXFX -> Ibanez TS9 -> Korg Pitchblack -> Peavey 5150 II head -> Mesa Rectifier 2x12 cab
#3
Quote by Eskil Rask
Dude, you have a 5150 - the rhythm channel is MADE for rock n roll!


I agree with him. you would have just to lower the gain, i guess (you know for bluesy type "stuff")
#4
Quote by Eskil Rask
Dude, you have a 5150 - the rhythm channel is MADE for rock n roll!


He also wants to get a low gain bluesy tone...
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#6
Quote by Eskil Rask
Dude, you have a 5150 - the rhythm channel is MADE for rock n roll!


I know I have a 5150....I'm looking for another amp as a backup and for bluesy/jazzy stuff. So this amp isn't really worth it Angus? I'm not a fan of SS but I mean it's a 212 for a decent price. Plus I've been gassing to buy smtg haha
Ibanez RGR421EXFM >> Maxon OD808 >> BOSS NS-2 >> Peavey 5150 212
#7
I don't think it'd do a good job of what you're wanting it for.. its a solid state so it wont get the bluesy warmth that you desire. Might do ALRIGHT at jazz i think it would be pointless to buy it..

Put it this way you'll probably end up prefering the 5150s rythm channel for the stuff you're looking for with the possible exception of jazz since solid state cleans can work alright for that..
Last edited by coolstoryangus at Mar 25, 2011,
#9
Don't really have a budget. Just came upon this amp by chance and was gonna grab it if it was suitable.
Ibanez RGR421EXFM >> Maxon OD808 >> BOSS NS-2 >> Peavey 5150 212