#1
I have about 275 bucks to spend. I need something reliable and a good deal. I know the price range is kind of strict but I need something to play metal on at small to medium sized venues. Anyone have any advice or ideas?
#3
If you save up a little more you can get a 212 Ibanez tone blaster for $350. or you can go smaller for what cash you have now. and they are made for metal.
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#4
My idea would be to save up. There's no point wasting that on something horrible.
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#7
I play mostly hardcore/metal music....I have a crappy line 6 right now.... its a 210 its big enough but the tone is awful....maybe i'll just stick with it and save
#9
#10
1.Sell your Line 6.
2.Work.
3.Save some cash.
4.Buy a 50W tube amp.
5.????????
6.PROFIT!
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#11
1.Work.
2.Save some cash.
3.Sell your Line 6.
4.Buy a 50W tube amp.
5.????????
6.PROFIT!
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#12
Why would you even try to setup or think about gigs if you only had $275 bucks for an amp... Your gonna need a couple hundred bucks more to even come close to anything gigable.
#13
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1.Work.
2.Save some cash.
3.Sell your Line 6.
4.Buy a 50W tube amp.
5.????????
6.PROFIT!


This is better, in my opinion. Because with an electric guitar, you still need an amp- even if it is crappy- to really hear yourself.
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#14
^Yeah, it sucks to be amp-less for a while.
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