#1
so i was wondering about this amp..
i play metallica, pantera mostly the classic metal but a few modern metal bands e.g.trivium.
and from what iv heard it has a more classic metal voicing so thats good,
i was wondering if you could back off the gain to go into rock territory.....such as led zeppelin, ac/dc..
iv heard the fallen angel 60 soundclips and they seem good, and was wondering if it'l sounds almost identicle to the 40 watt...?
im almost set on this after just offloading my spider II...
iv found a good deal on this at £290 with postage and a five year warranty after hearing they arnt the most reliable amps ever

any opinions are useful thanks
#2
i'm pretty sure it's simply a smaller version and the generally tone is the same. great amp
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It does classic rock fine
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i'm pretty sure it's simply a smaller version and the generally tone is the same. great amp


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It does classic rock fine


thanks both of you

oh and im gettin it for £290 new (with footswitch) not used on the last stock they had unused..
is this a good deal??
im not sure how much they retail for...
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someone on these forums the same amp (maybe the 60- watt version, not sure) for sale, so if ur interested u might wanna search it in the gear ads.
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It does classic rock fine


Yeah, I'd say it excells best in the mid-gain range...Maiden, GnR etc.
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someone on these forums the same amp (maybe the 60- watt version, not sure) for sale, so if ur interested u might wanna search it in the gear ads.


ok thanks, i think its that beezleble or what ever hes called
can anyone actually remember his name?
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I got a 60W combo, old model without DSP. Sounds like rubbish now though, old tubes I guess.
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does this amp do decent cleans and blues tones etc?

i can get one of these for around £300
debating between this a VC15 and a LC15

its for bedroom playing though....
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does this amp do decent cleans and blues tones etc?

i can get one of these for around £300
debating between this a VC15 and a LC15

its for bedroom playing though....


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