#1
I don't understand quite well why combo are more expensive? And how would it cost to have a good Head+Cab for metal?
#3
Because speakers and larger enclosures cost more money.

The Peavey 5150/6505 is the standard for low-cost metal. $600-800, used.
#4
Eh... damn i'm kinda a noob in english (I speak french) how do you call it when there are 2 parts (head-cab)?
#6
Quote by DarK666SiM
Eh... damn i'm kinda a noob in english (I speak french) how do you call it when there are 2 parts (head-cab)?

stack? half stack?
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Peavey 5150 combo
#7
Two parts is a half-stack. They are usually more expensive. Yes a 5150 or 6550 will do fine for lead and shred.
#8
Quote by DarK666SiM
Eh... damn i'm kinda a noob in english (I speak french) how do you call it when there are 2 parts (head-cab)?

A head and 1 cab is a half stack
A head and 2 cabs is a stack or full stack
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#9
I think that this is a realy loud amp... 120W... you can't crank that in your house is there a smaller versions of it?
#10
The combo version is 60W.
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#11
^ 60 watts is more realistic, can get away with playing it at low levels in a house but certainly cant crank it dude
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