#5
cool. how would it cope at low volume bedroom practice and at a normal band practice?
#6
If you want decent cleans and good distortion for metal, then look at ENGL's.

It would be alright at bedroom and band practice levels since you'd still get a tone from the preamps.
#7
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The cleans arent that bad. Theyre certainately usable, especially on the 6505+.

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and it sounds fine at bedroom volumes
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#8
I would suggest the 5150 as well, same amp. At bedroom levels its pretty good. But my parents dont care to much how loud i play so "bedroom" levels can be differnt. I have pretty muched played it all day, sence i got my matching cab today. Honestly, i like the 5150 cab more then any, its more "raw" and harsh(er) sounding.

The 6505 is just as good. I wouldnt suggest the 6505+ / 5105II if you have SSS. ( will finish later my sister is beeing a B!tch
#9
It sounds pretty good at low volumes, but if your not in a band or gigging i would suggest the combo, like your link.
-Shecter C-7 Hellraiser FR, Schecter C-1 Hellraiser FR,
ESP LTD F-2005, Ibanez RG7321
-Peavey 6505+
-Maxon OD-9, Dunlop 535Q Wah, EHX Deluxe Memory Man, MXR 10-band EQ, MXR Super Comp
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