#1

i have iceman ic200 with an amp microcube. if i want to play soad, what kind of an amp should i get? will i upgrade it to MG50dfx??
#3
No the MG would TOTALLY clash with your guitar, like omg.

Seriously, don't get it. Look around these forums, and I'm sure you'll find something you like.
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#4
Budget? Any other styles other than SOAD?
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#5
that guitar is sooooooooooooooooooooooooooo nice

EDIT: whats wrong with marshall ?
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#6
Quote by Hoodoo Child
that guitar is sooooooooooooooooooooooooooo nice

EDIT: whats wrong with marshall ?



Apart from the fact they exploit beginner guitarists by selling MG's at anything higher than 30 watts, nothing, they're quite good.
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#7
Quote by Hoodoo Child
that guitar is sooooooooooooooooooooooooooo nice

EDIT: whats wrong with marshall ?

nothing. It's just the MG-series that totally sucks.

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#8
you would need to be a bit more specific in regards to what sort of sound you're looking for... and in my personal opinion, your amp isnt what makes your sound, if you have a decent enough amp (brand/model is mostly a personal preference) and you know or can learn how to tweak your tone to get different sounds, then that should be all you need.

personally i prefer line 6 as they are built for emulating sounds so you have a lot to choose from and its really easy to customise your sound. They are especially good for beginners or intermediate players like myself (i have been playing for 7 years but still wouldnt consider myself as advanced lol) but if you want a more professional sound then you really need to invest in something a bit more expensive, e.g. a Mesa Boogie, which would set you back no less than £800 for even the smallest model at (i think) 30 watts.

hope this is helpful to you in some way, and not just a bunch of useless info
#9
Quote by jambi_mantra
Apart from the fact they exploit beginner guitarists by selling MG's at anything higher than 30 watts, nothing, they're quite good.


fair enough..
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