#2
halfstack apparently.
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#3
preference.
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#4
Depends what shape your car is.
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#5
Depends on what purpose it is being used for.
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#6
the head sounds a little better.

it's also way easier to carry around a head and a 2x12 than that 85 lb beast of a combo.
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#7
a "hombo" is what u r looking for...
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#8
Halfstack, then you can buy two different heads and run the second one as a clean channel to make up for the poor cleans on the 5150
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#9
I have the combo and love it. And yes, it is heavy. I'm building a platform with casters to set mine in. But then again, it's a good work out lugging it around.
#10
it really does go down to preference and convenience, I bought the combo back in July, and it's been pretty ace, needs a speaker and perhaps a tube change sometime in the future, a lot of people dislike the sheffield speakers, but they aren't really that bad, plus the amp helped defined the sound of Melodic Death/ Gothenburg Metal
#11
Hmm well I got three deals up right now they all seem so good and have so many plus's and minuses I'm not sure which to pick.
I got a
5150 Halfstack For 750$ with a 5150 4X12 cab with Celestian Vintage 30's
or a
5150 combo 600$
or a
Mesa .50 cal combo 725$
Ive heard a lot of good over the mesa but the halfstack is local
my dad likes the Tiny terror but if I was to get one of those I would want it in head forum and for a head and cab thats up in the 1000 range so its to much money.
#12
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Hmm well I got three deals up right now they all seem so good and have so many plus's and minuses I'm not sure which to pick.
I got a
5150 Halfstack For 750$ with a 5150 4X12 cab with Celestian Vintage 30's
or a
5150 combo 600$
or a
Mesa .50 cal combo 725$
Ive heard a lot of good over the mesa but the halfstack is local
my dad likes the Tiny terror but if I was to get one of those I would want it in head forum and for a head and cab thats up in the 1000 range so its to much money.


The stack is a better deal, see if you can get the head alone and maybe buy a 2x12 cab instead.
I'd still go with the stack though, the heads have slightly larger transformers so the headroom is increased and its a little tighter.
Guitar:
Schecter Omen 6 (Dimarzio X2N & Tone Zone)
Amps:
Engl Fireball
Genz Benz G-Flex 2x12 Cab
#14
They both will do metal with ease, i just find the heads to sound a little better.
Plus you can always swap out the cab, so it's a little more flexible.
Guitar:
Schecter Omen 6 (Dimarzio X2N & Tone Zone)
Amps:
Engl Fireball
Genz Benz G-Flex 2x12 Cab