#4
Dont Listen To That Fella Thats A Good Deal Man...
The Head Alone On That Thing Costs 2666 Euro (more In Dollers) To Buy New!
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#5
Quote by Ht666
mate, you dont need a stack

theyre pointless

get a decent tube combo


With that amp he's probably going to play metal, and then he might want really tight bottom end that a combo can't provide.
They aren't completly pointless.
#6
Combos Are Crap They're Only Good As Say A Practise Amp For Practising Or Small Jams! If U Can Afford That Boogie Go For It I'd Say!
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#7
Quote by rod koc
Combos Are Crap They're Only Good As Say A Practise Amp For Practising Or Small Jams! If U Can Afford That Boogie Go For It I'd Say!



Typing Like This Ain't Too Great Either.


But no, honestly, 1500 dollars for a Triple Recto half stack in mint condition is a super deal. Basically, you're getting, IMHO, the best 4x12 on the market, for free.

Here's the deal. DON'T waste your money if you're not at the very LEAST in a band. What's going to happen is, if that isn't the case, you're gunna pull your hair out trying to achieve bedroom levels with a 150 watt tube half stack. Impossible.

So, great deal, but only buy the thing if you need it. If you're not in a band, a combo would be the best way to go.
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#8
Quote by HavokStrife
If you're not in a band, a combo would be the best way to go.


told ya
#9
No you didn't tell him really!?
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