#1
I recently went to my local Guitar Center and played an Egnater Renegade 65 watt head and was blown away. It had the exact sound I have been looking for and it is very reasonably priced. If anyone has this amp that is reading this I am curious how it sounds with a whole band... does it cut it with 65 watts, is it loud enough for leads on the second channel etc. Any replies are appreciated.
#2
I dont have one but I know a guy who has one. He plays in a punk cover band. The other guitarist has a Mesa dual 1/2 stack and the bassist has an ampeg svt3 pro and svt classic 8x10 and you can hear him just fine. pretty good tone also.
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#3
I have the 1x12 combo version. definitely loud enough for whatever you need, i barely have my master on 1, i just crank the channel volume and gain, while keeping the guitar's volume control low as well. thats for bedroom practice though
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#4
It cuts through a band mix no problem. I play through an Egnater Tourmaster 2x12.

As for leads, there is a lead boost function (Main 2) on the included footswitch.
#5
I own one. It cuts through no problem whatsoever.

It's great for leads. It has a boost function for solos...great amp.

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#6
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I own one. It cuts through no problem whatsoever.

It's great for leads. It has a boost function for solos...great amp.

Get it! Join the Eggheads!

This, it's fantastic. Pity I blew a power tube in mine and haven't got round to replacing it yet :/
I should really do that...
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