#1
Can anyone recommend me a good solid state combo (2x12) that can do brutal distortion on its own? just need decent cleans, distortion is my main concern. Price: up to 600 USD
#2
Why does it have to be solid state?
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#6
Peavey 6505 combo is only $600 and it's tube. if you want brutal distortion. Cleans aren't going to be that good though.

Edit: Damn, beaten.
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#7
Ampeg SS140C. /Thread
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#10
Ampeg VH140c is the only one that comes to mind.

Edit: beaten to it and TS seems interested in the 6505 anyway.
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#12
You might want to check out the Fender Mustang IV. Loud as heck, Celestion G12P-80 speakers, and all sorts of options for cranking out very convincing distortion. I recently purchased a Vox VT20+ for practice, and picked it over the comparable Fender Mustang II, but the Mustang IV is a beast. The comparable model from Vox (VT120+) isn't as loud, but if it sounds as good as my little VT20+ you should give it a look (as well as the similar Vox AC30VR)...
#13
Wait, you want a 6505, but are looking into solid state combos? I'm confused.

Either way, Ampeg VH140C.


EDIT: Or a Line6 Vetta.
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