#1
I was looking at this amp the other day, and Im thinking about getting it when I save up, because my Crate just isnt doing what I need it to do. Is this a good metal amp to look into?
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#2
PLEASE use the search function
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#3
no. I have the 112 and I wish I would have saved up for something alot better.

edit; with my pedal it's alright. but still poorly crafted and i'm having some problems with it etc.
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#4
It's not really a metal amp.
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#5
There are other amps better for metal. Tube combos a good idea though.
#6
yea the distortion channel is TERRIBLE. the clean on the other hand sounds amaziing. you get way more than you pay for. But you should really invest in like a top of the line metal petal if you want to play metal through it. oh and get a 112. I ahve one so i can just save up to get something better later on in a couple years and its definately loud enough. and yea use the search function...