#1
So I´m going to buy a new amp since my 60w´s isn´t enough for the rehearsal room.... anyway I´m playing in a melodeath band so I wan´t a good one where I can get a good sound, been thinking about Hartake but don´t know if anyone else got some suggestions?
#2
I would recommend Hartke but their stuff is pretty expensive. What 's your budget?
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#3
My budget would be around 600 euro, i could go up alittle more if its realy good though!
#4
Possibly a Hartke kickback?
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#5
I'd recommend an Ashdown Electric Blue, preferably the 15" speaker one. They're 180W and one cost me £220, so it's probably in your budget. I gigged with it last night in a small venue and it didn't even struggle. I probably had it at about 4/10 volume and gain and it really cut through and provided some nice low end.
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i play in a death / thrash metal band .. my bassist uses a fender rumble 100 and it sounds pretty good.
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I'd recommend an Ashdown Electric Blue, preferably the 15" speaker one. They're 180W and one cost me £220, so it's probably in your budget. I gigged with it last night in a small venue and it didn't even struggle. I probably had it at about 4/10 volume and gain and it really cut through and provided some nice low end.

I suggest that also. Played some small gigs with that amp and it worked great.
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#9
If you're leaning towards the Ashdown Electric Blue, you should just get the MAG, it's way better.

Check out Laney, they have a really good, modern sound that would work well with melodeath!
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