#1
I was wondering if there is such thing as a solid state amp with a simular (close to) 5150 kind of tone.
That signature tightness at the low end kind of thing.
Or can i acheive that with an EQ pedal?
Thanks in advance.
#2
The only thing that would get close, in my opinion, would be the Vetta, which would cost more than a 5150.
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#4
save up money and get a 5150.
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#5
the Randal RG series could get you there.

But, save for the real thing.
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#7
You could buy a Bugera if you live in an area where the used 5150 doesnt come around everyday.

No solid state amp will get you there
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#8
Bummer as.
Yeah, i'd totally get a Bugera, but there is no such thing in AUS as yet.
#10
Don't get a Bugera, you could get a Randall to give you a better tight aggressive metal tone. I know the Bugera 6262 is modelling the 6505 (5150), but it is just a cheap immitation and they are made extremely cheaply and it's just a time bomb waiting to blow up on you. But Allens stocks Bugera if you want to try them out

But really, just save up for the 5150.
Last edited by DeadMansCurve at May 29, 2008,