#1
as above, what do you guys think about that connection? Is it worth? Mainly playing thrashy things like megadeth and similar. My guitar is ESP LTD DV8-R Mustaine signature.
#2
What connection?

You can't use the amp without a cab, so unless you planned on blowing it up before, you'll need a "dedicated cabinet for thrashy things," regardless.

The Rev Jr. Pro is a cool amp, but you didn't mention what cab you're going to buy, so we can't really tell you if it's good at the budget you're at...
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#4
Krank's standard fare will get you into thrash territory effortlessly. The only problem is that if you want to play something else other than metal, it's gonna take a lot of work.
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#5
OK so I am really considering buying that Krank set, so does anybody has something more to say, I mean maybe other heads and cabs could be better for my use, or maybe something more to say about Krank ?
#6
If you want thrashy and Krank, Nineteen80 is what you need
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#7
I really like the Rev series (kinda wish I never sold mine...) and, though I haven't tried the little 1x12, their bigger cabs are some of the best on the market.
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