#1
im lookin into a fender 100 watt head (not shure which has a drive and more drive channel) and a Berigher $229 cab that holds 400 watts and from what im reading kicks ass, good buy?
Epiphone Custom 1966 SG w/EMG 85(B)
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#2
I have used behringer cabs. They are pretty damn good for the money. I use one at band practice. I would recommend that but I would avoid the Fender heads. For the money total for both of those, you could get a tube combo most likely which is going to sound better. I fell for the "wow a halfstack" thing too. Everyone falls victim to this.
#3
I wouldn't go for the Fender head. I have that amp as a 2x12 combo and the drive channels suck inconcievable ammounts of ass. Assuming you're talking about the FM100.
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#4
well ive got a combo, and I want a 100 watt head (maybe a marshall?) in the $250 dollar price range, know any? (I want to wait to get a tube combo)
Epiphone Custom 1966 SG w/EMG 85(B)
Epiphone Les Paul
Peavey Valveking
Boss SD-1 Overdrive; NS-2
Fender Tuner
#5
You can't really find any heads that are that great for only $250. You are better off going to a Vox AD series or a Cube and using them as a head.
#6
I just needone for small gigs and pratice, I use my metal master for distortion, so the distortion dosent have to be great
Epiphone Custom 1966 SG w/EMG 85(B)
Epiphone Les Paul
Peavey Valveking
Boss SD-1 Overdrive; NS-2
Fender Tuner
#7
well 100watt head for 250? aint gunna happen brah. But as for the behringer cabs, theyre a sweet deal yo. i got one, kicks fukin ass.
#8
ditch the fender, and buy a used marshall, or something i got a used marshall vs200 bi chorus for 250, and i hooked it up to the cab youre talking about, works like a charm
Gear

Johnson strat copy
epi les paul jr
epi les paul studio
Ibanez gax 75
crate 10 watt
crate fxt 120
danelectro honeytone
marshall 8200 bichorus
behringer 400watt cab