#1
I just bought myself an Ibanez SW115s cabinet (300 watts) at a closeout sale for $185, but I still need a head to go along with it. Does anybody have any suggestions on what I should get?
#2
whats you price range? a cheaper GK would work
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#3
you just have to be carefull to get a small enough head so you dont blow the cab
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#4
Teh 300 watt Behringer head is really good for teh price...
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#5
Yeah, I was looking at the 300w behringer, but unfortunately it's been cancelled.
#6
Behringer isn't really good, for its price or any price.

Behringer makes a shoddy product that fails when it wants to and is made by a company with shoddy morals.
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#7
Although I'm sure their guitar amps suck, my friend has owned a 30 watt behringer bass amp and I love the way it sounds. He's had it for about 2 years now, and the speakers afe becoming distorted only 'cause he drove a distortion pedal thru it (Not sure why that should matter)

But I've used behringer mixers for quite a while now and I find them to be a great company, with even greater prices.
Guitars:
Fender Standard Strat
Fender Deluxe Active Jazz Bass
Martin DX1

Amps:
Peavey Classic 50/212

Pedal Board:
Gator 8-Bus
Boss TU-2 Tuner
Digitech Bad Monkey
Ibanez CF7 Chorus/Flanger
ISP Decimator
Dual button footswitch
#8
Here is the simply rule of probbabilty with behringer, Behringer= %50 chance of being total crap, %10 of becoming crap over one yr, %10 to end up costing you $100 to fix it so it doesn't become crap in a yr, and a lonel %30 of being good and trustworthy throught the yrs you own the product. If you do go with behringer make sure you buy it from a good shop that will fix it for free if it breaks, or exchange for another one.
#9
Quote by FbSa
Here is the simply rule of probbabilty with behringer, Behringer= %50 chance of being total crap, %10 of becoming crap over one yr, %10 to end up costing you $100 to fix it so it doesn't become crap in a yr, and a lonel %30 of being good and trustworthy throught the yrs you own the product. If you do go with behringer make sure you buy it from a good shop that will fix it for free if it breaks, or exchange for another one.


+1
#10
+1 X 2!

SWR makes nice heads. Check out the Workingman's series. Or Gallien Krueger. Its hard to suggest things when you don't give a pricerange.


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#13
Watch the double posting 94 hours. Dan will warn you sooner or later so heads up. Take notice of the "edit" button.

Anyway I would recommend either the GK Backline 600 Head (300 watts) or the Ashdown Mag 300 (307 watts). I own the Ashdown and it's great. I used to own an GK Backline 115 which is basically a lower powered Backline 600 Head in combo form with a 15" speaker and it was great. I would recommend not buying a Behringer because they have such mixed reviews, some say they're amazing, some say they're terrible and a waste.
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