Hi folks!

I have been offered an engl screamer 50 head, the old one (not the black panel one) for my mim fender 68 reverse strat.
The head goes with a pedal channel selector for this amp...

Well i dont know what to do... Is this amp any good for hendrix, cream, led zepellin? I hate metal and it seems that 90% videos, info or pics are related to metal... JEEZ even the amp itself its pure metal (kinda ugly too, i always wanted a marshall plexi)

What do you think? Should i trade it? It will give me that hendrix tone? Its too loud for a house?
Thank you !

The amp is worth more than your guitar so you can always sell the amp for a profit
2002 PRS CE22
2013 G&L ASAT Deluxe
2009 Epiphone G-400 (SH-4)
Marshall JCM2000 DSL100
Krank 1980 Jr 20watt
Krank Rev 4x12 (eminence V12)
GFS Greenie/Digitech Bad Monkey
Morley Bad Horsie 2
MXR Smart Gate
Personally it wouldnt to hendrix as well as a marshall. But as rob said, Trade and sell it so you can come back to us with a budget/specs for an amp and we can advise you
I shouldn't post when drunk..

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Laney Ironheart 60h
Zilla Superfatboy 2x12 v30's

Okay! Thanks for your help!

Have you ever had this amp? How it takes a fuzz face?

Can it do soft rock?
That ENGL is a highly gain beast but worth probably double the guitar.
Trade. Sell. And buy a decent Marshall.

You can probably get a decent soft rock tone out of it but it's not what it was designed for.
Fuzz face will probably work well but not as well as a fender, box or old Marshall.
My Rig:
Maverick F-1, Ibanez RG1527, Schecter Omen 8
Marshall JVM 410H,
Hand built 4x12 w/ V30s
Current board:
MXR M132
MXR M101
MXR M108
Last edited by loki_lulamen at Jan 16, 2014,
Definitely take the trade. Probably won't do Hendrix well at all, but it's worth significantly more, so you can just trade it for something that DOES do Hendrix well
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