#1
I play mostly metal, hard rock and rock, so which one is the better amp?
My current rig:
Samick Strat
Epiphone Les Paul
Vox DA-5
Samick 80 watts amp (Doesn't sound good though)
Zoom 505
Boss DS-2
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#2
And it have to sound good with REALLY much distortion.
My current rig:
Samick Strat
Epiphone Les Paul
Vox DA-5
Samick 80 watts amp (Doesn't sound good though)
Zoom 505
Boss DS-2
:stickpoke
#3
I'm not familiar with the Peavey amp, but the Roland Cube 30 can kick out a hell of a lot of gain through its "Rectifier" setting.
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#5
is it possible to make pinch harmonics on the Roland Cube?
My current rig:
Samick Strat
Epiphone Les Paul
Vox DA-5
Samick 80 watts amp (Doesn't sound good though)
Zoom 505
Boss DS-2
:stickpoke
#6
^yes, it's possible to do pinch harmonics on any amp
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#7
its almost impossible to make them on my amp
My current rig:
Samick Strat
Epiphone Les Paul
Vox DA-5
Samick 80 watts amp (Doesn't sound good though)
Zoom 505
Boss DS-2
:stickpoke
Last edited by sgtsniff at Feb 11, 2007,
#8
I've played one, you can get a good distortion, cleans, acoustic sounds from it. I liked it and if I played guitar (I'm a bassist) I definatly will buy it as practise amp
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#9
^Yeah, it seems that way. Maybe ill buy that one instead of the peavey.............
My current rig:
Samick Strat
Epiphone Les Paul
Vox DA-5
Samick 80 watts amp (Doesn't sound good though)
Zoom 505
Boss DS-2
:stickpoke
#10
Quote by sgtsniff
its almost impossible to make them on my amp


That's probably more to do with your technique than the amp.
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