#2
Yes.

Very much so.

Edit: Although for some reason, the MG30DFX sounded insanely worse than the 50DFX tbh
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#3
"Are all MG's bad" Only the ones that work......


Yes they are all bad, don't do it. I dont know much about Randalls sorry.


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#7
Intelligent response time:

I'd avoid the MG, TS.

Budget? Styles? Current equipment? Where are you located?
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Intelligent response time:

I'd avoid the MG, TS.

Budget? Styles? Current equipment? Where are you located?


australia, which means a valveking costs 900 american instead of 400.

Amp with at least 2 channels for rock/metal but also with good cleans,
preferably with reverb and wattage dosent matter. will be practice amp

as for tube or solid state... people say that if your gona keep the volume at 0.5, might as well just get a solid state because tube will sound horrible?

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#9
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australia, which means a valveking costs 900 american instead of 400.

Amp with at least 2 channels for rock/metal but also with good cleans,
preferably with reverb and wattage dosent matter. will be practice amp

as for tube or solid state... people say that if your gona keep the volume at 0.5, might as well just get a solid state because tube will sound horrible?

guitar: ESP f-250

Depends what you need it for. If its just for home practice, get a solid state like a Peavey Bandit, but if you plan on gigging with it, go for the VK.
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#10
If you're just using an amp for home practice use than yeah, I'd stick with solid state. 1 watt tube amps are all you'd need for home let alone a 50 watt beast. Though, people seem to over emphasize how bad a tube amp sounds when turned way down.

None the less Randall makes the best two channel, metal oriented, solid state amps that I know of. I still prefer single channel amps and add pedals but that's just me.
#11
honestly...i dont think mgs are that bad...if you set them right, they are great for practice...but, idk if i would like try to play a huge show with one, but theres nothing wrong with it to practice on
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#13
I've got a small 10 watt MG which is good for practice. tried other higher watt MG models didnt like them at all.
#14
Mgs really aren't that good. I have a friend with a Randall, it's brilliant with the right guitar. ESPs are very good, so if you get the Randall you should be set.
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#15
Yup and Dimebag used Randall SS stacks for the early part of his life.
#19
All MGs are horrible. In fact, the bigger and more "powerful" they are, the harder they fail. Looking at what you need the amp for, I would go for at least a Roland Microcube, Cube 20X, 30X, or 60 (depending on your budget, of course). Or if you like the sound of that Randall, go for it. They make awesome solid states.
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