#3
I've never tried their solid state models.

But, their tube models have plenty of gain. Unfortunately, they're unreliable.

Can't hurt to try one out. Great prices.
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#4
Honestly, no. If you give a price range that you are willing to spend, I or someone else can help you find a better amp for your money.
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#5
Quote by n0e
Honestly, no. If you give a price range that you are willing to spend, I or someone else can help you find a better amp for your money.



His price range is 600$ and he was planning to get a MG half stack till a few of us told him about the B-52s in the other thread he has open where numerous people gave him tons of help...
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#7
^^agree

Don't get the LG, or the LS. Get the ST or the AT models. Also, the amps are quite reliable. The AT's had issues with the earliest production models, but the issues have since been fixed. The easiest way to tell if the amp is a newer production amp(at least with the combos) is to look inside the back of the amp and see if there's a fan mounted to the side.
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