#2
looks like a decent amp. i wouldn't say its the best, but 120 watts for that price...damn
#3
My friend has this amp, it's pretty kickass. I'd say go for it if you have the money.
#4
If its made by crate, it probably is.
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#5
would it be better than a tube ?
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#6
yea i have the money and he said it was the most watts for the money, not to mention the onboard effects. i played a epiphone zach wylde LP on it, and it was awesome, but i play a schecter gryphon so im gonna take my guitar down there this weekend.
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#7
ive always found crate pretty good
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yea i have the money and he said it was the most watts for the money, not to mention the onboard effects. i played a epiphone zach wylde LP on it, and it was awesome, but i play a schecter gryphon so im gonna take my guitar down there this weekend.

120 watts? Big deal...that means nothing in terms of how good the amp will be, it's not even a particularly reliable indicator of how loud it will be.

If you play metal then a Cube 60 will probably be a better bet, if you want a more all-round tone then a Vox Valvetronix.
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120 watts? Big deal...that means nothing in terms of how good the amp will be, it's not even a particularly reliable indicator of how loud it will be.

If you play metal then a Cube 60 will probably be a better bet, if you want a more all-round tone then a Vox Valvetronix.


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Or a Peavey 5150/6505 212 combo.
#10
not at all. modelling amp? yeah, you'll have a 120 watts, that will be nothing but horrendous feedback once you try to crank it up with a band.

save a couple hundred more dollars and get a tube combo like the 5150. I f'ing guarantee you that it will smoke that Crate in the metal department.
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