#1
i'm thinking of getting the killer ant, but people says it's not good for metal.
what is a good cheap amp for metal?? around 5 WATTs.
tell me the name, your opinion about it, and pics
#2
my guitar is Iceman ic200 with Powersounds humbucker pickups(both bridge and neck)
#4
Well my first guess would be a Randall RG50TC, but thats 10x the wattage you want

Micro Cube or any of the Roland Cube range would be great.
#5
I've heard the JSX Mini Colossal can do metal.
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i'm thinking of getting the killer ant

Here are some killer ants for you
...lol. Seriously, I don't know. The guys are probably right with the Cube... But in order to have a decent guitar sound, you should maybe check into modeling amps ?


[Edit] : Oh, you already have the Cube. Sorry, I misread.
...You could try some Line 6's I guess. Other than that I don't know
Last edited by Mackin at Mar 18, 2008,
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Here are some killer ants for you
...lol. Seriously, I don't know. The guys are probably right with the Cube... But in order to have a decent guitar sound, you should maybe check into modeling amps ?

Cheap modeling amps and decent sound don't go together very well. Maybe check out the VK Royal 8.
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