#1
What is a good practice amp(15-30 watts) that can handle metal, btw, no price range, but not really expensive.
#4
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GTFO!


Yea, it doesn't have very good reviews, any other reccomendations????
#6
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That looks pretty good, do you know if the 15w is as good as far as sound wise as that one, I don't need anything that is big, because I already have a half stack, I just need something to practice in my room at my mom's house because my stack is at my dad's house
#7
Quote by F-ing Hostile
That looks pretty good, do you know if the 15w is as good as far as sound wise as that one, I don't need anything that is big, because I already have a half stack, I just need something to practice in my room at my mom's house because my stack is at my dad's house

well i've never tried the 15w but most crate amps (besides the gtd series) are very good quality.
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#8
Ive good things about the flexwave although Ive never played one. If its just practice, then get the 15 watter. And tones got going to change as watts increase as long as you dont get the volume too high to mud the speaker.