#1
I thinking about buying a Marshall 3315 Dual Channel 150 Watt solid State Head for $350obo. have any info on this amp? i looked at reviews for it and it looked pretty good for a solid state.
#3
Quote by Horlicks
Meh, sounds crap, look at Roland cube and Vox Valvetronix


im gettin a head though
#4
Randall are really the masters of solid state. Otherwise, find a cheap used tube amp.
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#5
Quote by PissedOffGerman
im gettin a head though

Why? If you're getting a solid state head, I can almost guarantee you that you don't need one.

Quote by mafropetee
Randall are really the masters of solid state. Otherwise, find a cheap used tube amp.

Roland and Tech 21 make some pretty nice ones, though. How about "Randall are really the masters of high- gain solid state amps?
#6
Quote by Horlicks
Meh, sounds crap, look at Roland cube and Vox Valvetronix

Save up some more then

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#7
Quote by hrdcorelaxplaya
Roland and Tech 21 make some pretty nice ones, though. How about "Randall are really the masters of high- gain solid state amps?


Hah good point. Roland Cubes are quite good. Never tried a Tech 21, though.
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#8
Quote by mafropetee
Hah good point. Roland Cubes are quite good. Never tried a Tech 21, though.

Meh, the cubes are decent solid states. I was referring to the Jazz Chorus.
#9
Quote by hrdcorelaxplaya
Meh, the cubes are decent solid states. I was referring to the Jazz Chorus.


I've heard that thing gets incredible cleans.
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#11
Probably sounds like an MG. Which is BAAAD.
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The drunk black guy in the background makes me skeptical.
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The drunk black guy in the background makes me skeptical.


lol. thats not the actual one i want to buy its just a picture of one
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#18
Quote by PissedOffGerman
would you consider that it is better than other solid state heads for $300?


"Better" means nothing in that price range. You need to forget about a half stack and buy yourself a tube combo.
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"Better" means nothing in that price range. You need to forget about a half stack and buy yourself a tube combo.


or not because i already have a tube stack.... just waiting to get it back. but i need this for band practice alrighty
#22
God no, unless you can get it for under $200.

Otherwise if you are really stubborn about the SS head, get a Jazz chorus for cleans, and check out randall for high gain.
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#23
Quote by gregs1020
http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Crate-V-Series-V33H-33W-Tube-Guitar-Amp-Head?sku=487052
If you need a good amp head for $300 ish, try this before you go solid state. I was impressed with the series.
Please don't go solid state or you will be a seriously pissed off german once you realize you pissed off $300 bucks. Just sayin...


my rhythm guitarist has an mg so i know what crappy solid states sound like, which its not that bad accept at loud volumes it isnt great. but im going to be using a
rp-500 with this and i could probly use most of the sound from that and the volume from the marshall i guess..
#24
Is it just for a couple practices then yea. I have not tried that ss head tho. I tried the crate v series and was very surprised, especially for the money. I still say get the V33, or at least try one and make your own call.
#25
Quote by gregs1020
Is it just for a couple practices then yea. I have not tried that ss head tho. I tried the crate v series and was very surprised, especially for the money. I still say get the V33, or at least try one and make your own call.


i wish i could but my small music stores in town just sold out and guitar center is to far away... luckily this guy sellin the head lives in my town so if i dont like it then i would probly get one of those