#1
I am in the market for a new amp. I would like to get a punchy, yet bluesy sound. Right now I am playing from a Orange Crush 30R and I love the tone, but, I can get a punchyness too it. I think it is because it lacks bottom end (10 inch speaker) I was thinking of getting an electro-harmonix 44 magnum and getting an orange 112 cab with a Celestrion vintage 60. Would this give me the same tone but with the punch I am looking for?

Thanks
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#2
so you like the tone, you just think it doesn't have any balls?
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#3
exactly...it tends to be a little muffled too with overdrive...but if i turn up the highs it gets way too shrill
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#5
well i have planty of eq from my boss me 50
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#6
Quote by W4RP1G
A 12 inch speaker would help, just make sure to match the impedance. But an EQ pedal will go a long way too.

http://www.musiciansfriend.com/guitars/danelectro-dj14-fish-and-chips-7-band-eq-pedal/151873000000000?src=3WFRWXX&ZYXSEM=0&CAWELAID=26018622

I have one of those, and for $30, you can't beat it. I never, ever want to play without an EQ pedal again.

for only $30? so good price for me.
#7
i just don't want to card around a bunch of pedals to gigs... my rig needs to be fairly mobile
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#8
Quote by Angusman60
exactly...it tends to be a little muffled too with overdrive...but if i turn up the highs it gets way too shrill

have you tried a tiny terror combo?

edit: i mean the cab isn't going to change that.
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#9
way out of my pricerange
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#10
Quote by Angusman60
well i have planty of eq from my boss me 50

Not likely. I have a Boss ME70, and the EQ is severly lacking. I used it for a while until i decided to bite the bullet on a pedal, and after i discovered i could get one for $30, i was kicking myself. The EQ on the ME70 is nearly as useless as the EQ on my amp. You just cant beat the control you get with a 7 band EQ or the convenience of a single pedal with sliders.
#11
What's your budget? It sounds like a decent tube amp pushing the power tubes is what you need for some 'oomph'.
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#12
I would like to spend no more than $500-$600
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#13
Used Randall RM20 combo with a Tweed module.
Then there's this band called Slice The Cake...

Bunch of faggots putting random riffs together and calling it "progressive" deathcore.
Stupid name.
Probably picked "for teh lulz"

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