#1
i can get it for around $500

if it good for metal

I know that marshall isnt great at making SS amps but how is this one ?
#4
Don't bother with it, get this instead: http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Peavey-ValveKing-112-Combo-Amp?sku=481442

Its metal tones are more than good enough for most, if not all, applications.
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#5
Ehh, its decent. I started out with an avt150, which was ok. The cleans/acoustic simulator were pretty good. The OD was really good until I heard real marshalls. Depends if this is for long term, or just a beginning/intermidiete amp for you.
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#6
i was looking at it for gigs

ive been playing line 6's for a while, and im used to the amount of gain i can get out of them

so im looking for a amp with tons of gain - pedals, but has better tone than line 6's
#9
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i was looking at it for gigs

ive been playing line 6's for a while, and im used to the amount of gain i can get out of them

so im looking for a amp with tons of gain - pedals, but has better tone than line 6's


For your budget I still recommend the Valve King, it can do pretty good metal tones, especially if you put a decent OD pedal in front.

If you can find a used Randall it would be pretty good but you might be a bit hard pressed to find a 5150/6505 for under $500.
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