#1
Anybody got one? I play anything from Red Jumpsuit Apparatus to Avenged sevenfold, i need to know if it will be good for my style. I play a Epiphone g-400 and a squier w/ duncan hot rails in the bridge. And if its not good for my style, does it accept pedals well?

Also anyone got recordings/pics with the knucklehead k55?

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#2
im pretty sure slipknot uses/used that amp before so might want to check them out
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#3
I have the knucklehead tre. It is everything that I wanted in an amp. Wonderful cleans with all distortion you would ever want.
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#4
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I have the knucklehead tre. It is everything that I wanted in an amp. Wonderful cleans with all distortion you would ever want.

+1

Knuckleheads are incredible amps.
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