#1
I recently got a 5150 II for a very good price. But I need a cab for it. It can't be too expensive seeing as a blew alot of money on the head.
Gear:
Schecter C-1 BlackJack
Peavey 5150 II
Ibanez 25W "Tone Blaster"
Fender Starcaster (Not the vintage kind, the Wal-Mart Value kit kind"

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#2
marshall 1960a or b cab, vader cabinents, avatar, mesa rectifier cabs
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#3
mesa cabs go well with the peaveys.
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#4
dude i also have a peavey 5150 II and i got a rectifier cab. dont get the rectifer cab it doesnt suit the 5150 II i would suggest a marshall cab.
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#5
Look for something with Celestion GT75's like the Marshall 1936 or 1960.
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#6
Could I also get some links if you could? Thanks!
Gear:
Schecter C-1 BlackJack
Peavey 5150 II
Ibanez 25W "Tone Blaster"
Fender Starcaster (Not the vintage kind, the Wal-Mart Value kit kind"

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#8
Quote by Plagued
Why don't you just get a 5150 cab?



Money. I probably will eventually but I need something inexpensive until then.
Gear:
Schecter C-1 BlackJack
Peavey 5150 II
Ibanez 25W "Tone Blaster"
Fender Starcaster (Not the vintage kind, the Wal-Mart Value kit kind"

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#9
avatar you can get basically anything you want and its $300 - $500 cheaper
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#10
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Money. I probably will eventually but I need something inexpensive until then.


How long will it be? You're better off not buying a cheapy if you're just going to buy the real deal in the future.

I don't know how people can have mismatched cabs and heads either... but thats just me.
#11
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How long will it be? You're better off not buying a cheapy if you're just going to buy the real deal in the future.

I don't know how people can have mismatched cabs and heads either... but thats just me.



Maybe a year. So I would rather have something then nothing.
Gear:
Schecter C-1 BlackJack
Peavey 5150 II
Ibanez 25W "Tone Blaster"
Fender Starcaster (Not the vintage kind, the Wal-Mart Value kit kind"

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#12
Quote by Plagued
Why don't you just get a 5150 cab?


Because the 5150 can doesnt sound as good as the Marshall cabs.
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ESP Horizon NT-II
Ibz RG3EXQM - EMG 81/89
Ibz RG270 - Dimarzio PAF Pro/Mo' Joe
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Ibanez DE-7
EHX Small Clone
Boss NS-2
#13
Quote by Vandaliztik
avatar you can get basically anything you want and its $300 - $500 cheaper


Avatar are ****ing shit.

I have a 5150.

I had an avatar.

The avatar was the biggest piece of shit cab I have ever played/owned. I would never recommend a person buying an avatar. There are other solutions available if you're willing to buy one used.

5150 cabs or a marshall 1960A will be easily attainable for the same price you'd pay to own a new Avatar. The thing is, with well built quality cabs like the 5150 or 1960A, the cab being used doesn't matter. They don't break, they don't fall apart, ETC. they're time-tested roadworthy cabs. They set industry standards and the only thing to worry about is a blown speaker (Even then you can test the cab out yourself and make sure you aren't getting one with a bum speaker.)

Also, the 5150 cab sounds just fine.
#14
imo, if you are looking for a relatively cheap cab id suggest late 90's and up peavey cabs. I have a Sheffield equipped Peavey cab and it works well with numerous heads, (mesa dual, Carvin V3, Peavey XXX). I have yet to test it with a 5150 though.