#1
I would like to get an amp that is good for metal and rock. I have a peavey classic 50 so cleans are not really a concern but it would be a good plus. I don't want a 50 watt because of my experience with my peavey, but i do want to get somewhere between 15-30 but if the 50 watt will sound a lot better then i will consider. I would like this to be a combo so i don't have to buy separate cab. However, if the head is alot better then i will consider it

budget is around $500!

Bands:
Pantera
Slayer
Forever never
Jem 7dbk
Ibanez s540 custom
Ibanez RG570
Ibanez RG520
Ibanez Roadstar II RG410
Ibanez Destroyer II 80's
Schecter C-1 Blackjack
Gibson LP Studio Lite
Fender Start MIM
Kramer Sustainer
Jackson DKMG Dinky
Peavey XXX 40W
Vox DA5
Last edited by angeldef at Apr 8, 2008,
#4
Although many people do not agree, I like Line 6 for a metal-sounding amp. Actually...it really matters on whether you want a tube amp, solid state amp, etc.
#5
no 15-30 watts?

Quote by Morik
Although many people do not agree, I like Line 6 for a metal-sounding amp. Actually...it really matters on whether you want a tube amp, solid state amp, etc.


I had one, retutn it after 3 weeks!
Jem 7dbk
Ibanez s540 custom
Ibanez RG570
Ibanez RG520
Ibanez Roadstar II RG410
Ibanez Destroyer II 80's
Schecter C-1 Blackjack
Gibson LP Studio Lite
Fender Start MIM
Kramer Sustainer
Jackson DKMG Dinky
Peavey XXX 40W
Vox DA5
#6
although its 50 watts tube the Randall isn't really that loud. Well it is, but if you use the controls well you can get bedroom levels of volume.

Small wattage Metal amps are very hard to come by.