#3
I played it at GC several times... loved it very much.
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Ibanez RG2EX1
DigiTech Grunge Distortion Guitar Effects Pedal
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1980 Fender Vibro Champ (Weber Speaker, 6L6)
#4
Depends what for and such. But at the price, it seems pretty good.
#5
bad qaulity
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1967 Gibson SG Jr.
Epiphone Dot
Epiphone MM-30E

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Fender Blues Jr. NOS (tweed, bitches)
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Cusack Screamer Fuzz V2
Mid-Fi Pitch Pirate
Line 6 DL4
#6
Ya I've been looking at them too. Are they loud enough to play in a band? And I play metal, is it good for that?
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#7
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Ya I've been looking at them too. Are they loud enough to play in a band? And I play metal, is it good for that?

metal?... mmm... no... maybe with a nice pedal you would get the tone you want...

and the volume is good for band practice... nothing above that
#8
As an owner of a Palomino V16 I guess I have some opinions.

Its a great amp for the price. It gets loud. Its gain is nice, but there's not a gain channel. It won't do death metal, but it will do hard/alt rock. It sounds fantastic hooked up with a Big Muff Pi. It definitely favors the blues player, but rockers don't get discouraged. If you can, go to Guitar Center (or any local store that has it) and play one.

I have heard that some people have quality issues with theirs, but mine is great.
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