#1
For me rack seems like the way to go. I don't gig much so I'm lookin for stuff that sounds good in studio. thoughts?
#2
Rack amps are a lot more versatile and tweakable, yes. However, decent ones are way more expensive than good, regular amps. So, if you've got money to blow, go for it.
#3
Right now this is what im thinkin...

Engl 530 Preamp - 600 USD
Carvin TS100 Power Amp - 550 USD
Lexicon MX200 - 200 USD
DOD EQ - 100 USD
(Maybe) Sonic BBE Maximizer - 200 USD

If i dont go rack im getting an Engl Fireball

Is this rack a decent sounding setup for home volume levels of a really thick but clear death metal tone
#4
Anything can sound good in a studio if you have the right recording equipment and most of all someone that knows what there doing.
"People worry too much about tone instead of just rocking out"
#5
well on top of studio id also like to sound good when just practicing out of my 412 Marshall 1960 loaded with G12-75s...think that'll work?