#1
As I am strapped for a cash guitar wise, I have taken to using my Dad's Parker Nitefly, which he never uses anyway. I am looking at buying an EHX Metal Muff and running it through my Peavey Bass Practise Amp.

My question to you is, will this sound br00tal enough?
If not what would be the best thing to change?

I am probably going to get a proper guitar amp when I can afford one, but for the moment that isn't really an option.
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#2
It'll be decently brutal, and it at will at least do the job. But maybe don't buy the Metal Muff and buy a new amp first, you'll have a tad more money so yeah.
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It'll be decently brutal, and it at will at least do the job. But maybe don't buy the Metal Muff and buy a new amp first, you'll have a tad more money so yeah.


What kind of amp would you recommend?

It would mainly be for home practise, but I may need to use to jam with a drummer at some point.
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#5
Sir, you need an MG. Or anything besides a bass amp for that matter.
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#6
yeah wtf is with the bass amp?
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#7
^^ Whats wrong with a bass amp...

I have always used a bass amp for my lead guitar (Used to play bass) and I love the extra kick it gives over my mate playing with his guitar amp (Around the same size/watt/Etc...)

Personally I would save up for a better amp though... But if you really don;t have enough cash then the metal should be good enough until you have more cash





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#8
Quote by mrbungle50221
yeah wtf is with the bass amp?


You know, as a bassist, I need one so I can hear my bass.
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#9
You could take a look at a Roland Cube, or a Vox Valvetronix depending on what you're looking for sound wise.
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#10
friend of mine plays thru a peavey tnt bass amp with his guitar, (eppi sg) tuned down to c and he said he likes the set up better than a stock guitar amp, he also uses an mt-2 i belive. it does sound pretty heavy.
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