#1
what are the differences? wich would be better for metal/hard rock? alexisonfire etc
Thanks

ohh and is there any difference between the model numbers? cheers
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Ibanez SZ320
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EHX METAL MUFF
Mesa boogie single recto series 2
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Digitech GNX4
Last edited by gface at Sep 16, 2007,
#2
both dallas and wade of aof use marshall jcm 2000 dsl's live
so if you want there sound there ya go

jcm 900's are more for like grundge/alternative rock and stuff like that. I personally like the dsl better but its all in ur taste.
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Amp- Marshall Jcm 2000 DSL/1960 Lead Cab

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#3
whats the difference though? between 900 and 2000?
Setup

Ibanez SZ320
Randall RD75
EHX METAL MUFF
Mesa boogie single recto series 2
Line 6 Toneport
Mesa boogie single recto series 1
Digitech GNX4
#4
Quote by gface
whats the difference though? between 900 and 2000?


Different tone really, JCM2000 are more modern voiced than the older series of amps. This doesn't rule out the JCM900 for your style of music though. I went to see Senses Fail a few months ago and one of their guitarists used a JCM900 half stack, and his tone was excellent. I would figure that the bands are pretty similar, although it's been a while since I've listened to anything by alexisonfire.

Honestly, I would expect both of them to live up to your expectations, so it's just down to personal preference really. Try them both (if possible) and see what you favor.
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#5
900s are two nicey nice for me. not the punch of an 800 or the metal of a 2000.
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