#1
Does anyone know of any good Metal amps with good high gain and crunch channel. I'm on a budget of about 900 dollars, and I've already learned to steer clear of MG, Spider III, and Bugera. I also need one with a smooth clean channel for jazz and funk oriented music. I also don't desire a combo amp, i would prefer a fairly big half stack.

Any ideas anyone?
#2
Unless you're gigging really big venues you may wanna reconsider that no combo amp thing, especially in a bang-for-the-buck sense...but a Peavey Valveking or a used Randall of some sort would get the metal and high gain stuff. Dunno about the cleans on those though...
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Unless you're gigging really big venues you may wanna reconsider that no combo amp thing, especially in a bang-for-the-buck sense...but a Peavey Valveking or a used Randall of some sort would get the metal and high gain stuff. Dunno about the cleans on those though...
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You'd probably get much better value for a tube combo.
I'd strongly recommend an ENGL Screamer.
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Unless you're gigging really big venues you may wanna reconsider that no combo amp thing, especially in a bang-for-the-buck sense...but a Peavey Valveking or a used Randall of some sort would get the metal and high gain stuff. Dunno about the cleans on those though...


Ah. I just don't like the look of combos. I might just get one, but combos don't get very big.
#5
A used Marshall JCM 900?
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Ah. I just don't like the look of combos. I might just get one, but combos don't get very big.


But they sound very big, and in many cases better (if they're tube) for the price.
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But they sound very big, and in many cases better (if they're tube) for the price.

I'm just very stubborn. What about a Crate Flexwave?