#1
well..im looking for a practice amp with good distortion...im looking for at least 60 watts...i play alot of death/progressive metal...and i really need a "punch you in the mouth" distortion...my price limit is only around $200 too....yea..i know not alot..but can anyone help me out?
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#2
uh, best you could probably manage is a roland cube, but i think the 60 is over $200.
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#3
60 watt for under 200 might be pushing it, you'll have to look around used stores probably
#4
uh why do you need 60 watts for practice? I practice with a 50 watt SS and i have to keep the volume at like 3 to keep from pissing people off.
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well...where i practice is also where i record...and i gotta have a decnet volume to get a decent tone through the mics you know?
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#6
not if you turn the sensitivity down on the interface...
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#7
yeah you really dont need a lot of volume to record, but anyways i would start looking in pawn shops and stuff, because if you do find a new 60 watt for that cheap chances are it will sound like ****.
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well...where i practice is also where i record...and i gotta have a decnet volume to get a decent tone through the mics you know?


^you only need decent volume if you're milking a tube, so u can crank it to get that tube overdrive sound. with a ss, you don't need to crank because it'll sound like crap after it's cranked.

i record alot so volume for a SS doesn't really matter with recording, so i'd stray away from 60 watt for recording for only 200-300$$.

look at a vox or a cube 30 watt. should be decent enough. if you need more volume at a gig, just mic it into a pa system and u'll be fine.
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