#4
I'd probably never buy it and save my money for something better.
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#5
Yeah pretty much everyone on here will say "save up for a tube amp". Then you will ask what kind in your price range for metal and they will say modded Valveking, B-52 AT-112, or if your price range goes higher a Mesa F-30 or a Peavey 5150, maybe even a Bugera.
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#6
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um....its a guitar amp, what else do ya need to know?

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#7
You should save for a tube amp. If you play metal, I'd reccomend a modded Valveking, B-52 AT-112, or if your budget can be stretched, a Mesa F-30 or a Peavey 5150. Maybe even a Bugera?