#2
I can't get the sound cause of my Quicktime being rubbish.

What is type of tone is it, and the genre..
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#3
Price range and genre?
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#4
Quote by Lil Macker
I can't get the sound cause of my Quicktime being rubbish.

What is type of tone is it, and the genre..


Genre would be well...Hard rock.

I can give a youtube link;

(the clip has nothing to do with children of bodom, nor their amps - it's just the most similar thing I could find)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nAIVHZBWb5o

It's the kind of middy tight focused sound, but still a decent amount of gain (not too much though).

Price range is 600-700$ maybe more, will depend on how many things I can sell.

I'm trying to get something used.

edit: altough I'm slowly gaining it on my Laney after switching pots, tubes, celestions and doing some EQing. Hopefully with the next p-up it'll work out.

But still, recommend! I might need to switch, because I can't now how it sounds together with my warmoth alder guitar and that pickup, seeing as I use mahogany right now, and the amp is bright as hell.
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Last edited by PhantomNote at Jul 31, 2008,
#5
Hmmm...

Maybe a used Peavy 6505? I think that would be a good idea.
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#6
Quote by Lil Macker
Hmmm...

Maybe a used Peavy 6505? I think that would be a good idea.


Isn't that like...creamy?

Instead of...tight?
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#7
Quote by PhantomNote
Isn't that like...creamy?

Instead of...tight?

I dunno really, I haven't played one, but I have heard it's 'tight' before, since it's just a copy of a 5150.

If not, maybe a Marshall DSL401, that might cut it for ya.
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#8
Quote by Lil Macker
I dunno really, I haven't played one, but I have heard it's 'tight' before, since it's just a copy of a 5150.

If not, maybe a Marshall DSL401, that might cut it for ya.


Well. I think I'll look up what is available at the time I have my money and just go on a trying spree.

If anyone knows of an amp they know can sound like that, feel free to recommend.

So far my Laney actually delivers the sound, but I'll have to try it in a band situation too.
Really suprised that that sound could actually come out of it.

Hopefully it'll sound good with the other guitar too, and in a band.
Ibanez s540 with gold Schaller bridge and OMGGOLD hardware

Ibanez RGR320 with Lo-Edge Pro bridge and scalloped fretboard

Lee Jackson XLSC - 500

Roland Microcube

Dunlop Jazz III black
#9
i good amp for that genre and price range is either peavey valveing 212 or 112 combo. full tube amplifier with awsome tones.
Ibanez RGR420EX
B.C. Rich MockingBird w/ EMG 81/85

Peavey Valveking 212 Tube Combo

Electro harmonix Metal Muff
Electro harmonix Big Muff
Dunlop Cry Baby Wah
#11
Quote by XxGibsonSGxX
Traynor YCV50 Blue. WOOOOOOO.

I'm sorry, I'm just taken with this amp, since I just got it. It's good though, really good.


never heard of it. Will look at it.

I of course hope my Laney will work out in the end.

edit: the stuff from the Traynor I've heard reminds me of the Laney. Except I probably like the Laney more
Ibanez s540 with gold Schaller bridge and OMGGOLD hardware

Ibanez RGR320 with Lo-Edge Pro bridge and scalloped fretboard

Lee Jackson XLSC - 500

Roland Microcube

Dunlop Jazz III black
Last edited by PhantomNote at Jul 31, 2008,