#1
hi, men.. i'm having a little dilemma here: i play mostly small shows (bar-size) and i can't decide wich one to buy; QUAD 65DFX or 100DFX

you can hook them both to external speakers right? to big speakers?

any tips?

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Last edited by Buckethead5 at Jan 5, 2007,
#2
DO NOT GET KUSTOM!!! I REPEAT DO NOT GET KUSTOM!!!

i have one of the better kustom amps and it is absolute shit, the effects on mine are terrible, and it always has this high pitched squeal-like feedback tat is always present.

DO NOT GET KUSTOM!!! I REPEAT DO NOT GET KUSTOM!!!

sorry if that totally kills you, but that is just one mans decision.
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#3
Quote by shadowsoldier08
DO NOT GET KUSTOM!!! I REPEAT DO NOT GET KUSTOM!!!

i have one of the better kustom amps and it is absolute shit, the effects on mine are terrible, and it always has this high pitched squeal-like feedback tat is always present.

DO NOT GET KUSTOM!!! I REPEAT DO NOT GET KUSTOM!!!

sorry if that totally kills you, but that is just one mans decision.


damn.. i've heard that kustoms rule?

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#4
nah, dont get kustom.
kustoms are lame.
get something like the peavy valveking head, or something by a higher range company
#5
what about Orange?

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#6
Yea I had a Kustom Quad 100DFX, sounds decent at lower volumes but as soon as ur turn it up its sounds like a MG and Spider having a duel off. There are better amps out there for the money then the Kustom. As far as Orange amps i dont know much about them, but i was under the impression they were quite expensive.
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