Poll: which guitar
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View poll results: which guitar
Dean From Hell
1 3%
Schecter Hellraiser Sunset FR
1 3%
Schecter C-1 Hellraiser FR
11 31%
Jackson WRMG Warrior
8 22%
Jackson DK2 Dinky
5 14%
Dean Razorback Explosion
5 14%
Dean Razorback V-255
0 0%
Something else
5 14%
Voters: 36.
#1
#4
You'd be better off getting a better amp and a nice distortion pedal.

Then, see how much cash you got left, sell your strat, and get the Schecter C-1.
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#7
Quote by firebreath07
You'd be better off getting a better amp and a nice distortion pedal.

Then, see how much cash you got left, sell your strat, and get the Schecter C-1.

Thank god, finally someone who is actually willing to help.

+infinite.
#8
so would i be better off buying this

http://www.guitarcenter.com/B-52-AT-100-AT-412-100W-Tube-Guitar-Half-Stack-481188-i1320777.gc

than any of the above?

i do not want to spend much more than $1000 remember
Last edited by Random3 at Jul 9, 2008,
#9
Quote by Random3
please suggest some decent affordable amps my friend

If you're spending 1000 quid on a guitar, you're not looking for a decent, affordable amp to compliment it... you're looking for a higher- end, presumably high- gain tube amp.

Peavey 6505
ENGL Screamer/ Thunder
Used JSX
Also all kinds of used Soldanos, Bogners, all- tube Marshalls, etc.
#10
I got a Hellraiser - love it.
Support new music, listen to my Prog Metal Band:
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Schecter C-1 Hellraiser FR White

Peavey 6505+ /w Mesa-Boogie Rectifier 2x12 Cab
#11
Quote by Random3
please suggest some decent affordable amps my friend


Depends...

1)What's your budget (for amps)?
2)How much power are you looking for/limited to?
3)Do you want a tube amp or an SS modeling amp?

If you don't plan on playing gigs and you can't play that loud in your house, try going for some 20-30 watt SS modeling amps. Roland cubes are half-decent for this purpose.

If you're not limited on power and you DO plan on playing gigs, go haul your butt over to GG&A and ask about some affordable half-stacks or tube combos.
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#12
Quote by firebreath07
1)What's your budget (for amps)?
2)How much power are you looking for/limited to?
3)Do you want a tube amp or an SS modeling amp?


1) around $1000
2) around 50-100W
3) tube, i hear they are good

also i need one with adjustable wattage so i can plug it in in the UK without getting electrocuted...
#13
Quote by Random3
1) around $1000
2) around 50-100W
3) tube, i hear they are good

also i need one with adjustable wattage so i can plug it in in the UK without getting electrocuted...

(preferably used) Peavey 5150
Valveking if you're on a budget
Randall MTS series amps...amazingly versatile, great sound
#14
if you have 1000 dollars dont go for the Valveking. go for the peavey 5150 since you like metal. just get the combo, because a halfstack is most likely too much volume, even if youre gigging. but if you want to mix and match heads and cabs then buy the 5150 head and a good cab (idk about the 5150 cab, but i heard that avatar cabs are good and affordable). idk about the adjustable wattages but you would have to try to find that out for yourself.

and buy an amp before the guitar, because you will get a better tone with a new amp and an decent guitar than with a new guitar and a crappy amp.