#1
So, I was actually leaning towards the 5150 as I've heard it's an amazing amp for what I play, however I haven't heard much about how capable it is for classic rock/blues? So if anyone knows let me know please

But ive also heard the Randall RG100ES is pretty good for the cash?
Which one am I better going for?
#2
5150 imo is still better. on the first channel if you leave pre gain down a bit you get a nice crunch for classic rock.
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#3
Quote by mexican_shred
5150 imo is still better. on the first channel if you leave pre gain down a bit you get a nice crunch for classic rock.


cool thanks
anyone else?
#5
I have a 5150 II. It has two channels, a "Rhythm" and "Lead". The lead is High Gain and awesome. The Rhythm is the clean/crunch channel. There is a "Crunch" button on the rhythm channel that puts it in to "Crunch" mode. The button is also on the foot switch. I love it. I can get a sweet classic crunch from it. I would with the 5150.
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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