#1
I have a PRS SE Custom
Stock every thing.
I have a Fender 212r amp

I need to have awsome pinched harmonics and a great warm tone.
Like Breaking Benjamin and Killswitch Engage
#3
a new amp would be advisable, but it really comes down to what you want more

what is your current guitar and budget for if you would be buying a new amp
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get a cheap marshall... my MG15DFX has a button that simulates the sound of one of the expensive tube marshall amps.
#5
Quote by Wreckage_Prs
I have a PRS SE Custom
Stock every thing.

I need to have awsome pinched harmonics and a great warm tone.
Like Breaking Benjamin and Killswitch Engage


A Korean made PRS
#7
Quote by whosamerica
get a heavier amp. fenders are amazing for cleans but cant quite belt KE od.


So i should go with the randall [i want to buy
#8
Quote by Wreckage_Prs
So i should go with the randall [i want to buy


yes go for the randall they have sick od/distortion channels plus breaking benjamin uses them but i dont know what killswitch uses
#9
Quote by Wreckage_Prs
What kind?

i was looking into a Randall

Randalls are ok. It depends on the model.

Check out Framus, ENGL, Mesa, Splawn, VHT, Bogner, and Diezel.

It's hard to help without a price range though. Those amps are very expensive, but will do it the best.
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#10
Quote by BleedDeathMetal
Randalls are ok. It depends on the model.

Check out Framus, ENGL, Mesa, Splawn, VHT, Bogner, and Diezel.

It's hard to help without a price range though. Those amps are very expensive, but will do it the best.


Randall RX120RHS 120W 4x12 Half Stack i liked how cheap it was haha
#11
How much money are you willing to spend on an amp and do you plan to be gigging with it?

(I assume you will be gigging since you're looking at the RX120RHS (which is a fairly mediocre amp, by the way))
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#12
Quote by DaddyTwoFoot
How much money are you willing to spend on an amp and do you plan to be gigging with it?

(I assume you will be gigging since you're looking at the RX120RHS (which is a fairly mediocre amp, by the way))


Bout 600 too 800 dollers
#13
Quote by Wreckage_Prs
Randall RX120RHS 120W 4x12 Half Stack i liked how cheap it was haha

No. No. No.

Randall RG50TC will be vastly better.
#15
Quote by the.spine.surfs
No. No. No.

Randall RG50TC will be vastly better.


Did i mention i'm a gigging muscian
#20
ok well any example of price? what about the rx75r perhaps. Your choice seems to sound great! would you happen to know the weight?
#23
Quote by the.spine.surfs
45 pounds. It's on the site I linked you to.


45 pounds? what size speaker does the rg50tc hace again?
#24
First of all, at any and every professional club, you need to mic ANY amp. Whether you have a Marshall 18 watter or a 200 watt half stack, you will need to mic it. It is because the acoustics of venues are built to have even sound dispersion, and that only happens through the PA. If you ever go to a medium size club (500 people) and hear and amp un-miked, you will notice how uneven the sound is.
Now realistically, I figured you are playing smallish venues and bars, so you won't mic your amp at some of them, but it is usually a good idea.
Anyways, the 50 watt RG50TC should be fine un-miked for bars and such, and mic it for everything else because you should anyways.
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