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Yeah, then the VMNT would be good.would the vmnt be good if i can get it for 550?
whats so bad about basswood? paul gilbert's guitar is basswood
There's still something about it. It just doesn't cut. It feels far away still. Hmm....
Thanks for the advice. How would I make it sound more "up-close" like you did?Seems a little distant but when you hit the end of the phrase it feels closer up. Its better but i'd work on getting it as a whole "closer up". What amp model, cab and others things are you using in pod farm
I've got one i did with pod farm. https://dl.dropbox.com/u/4291735/untitled857.wav
There no post fx's minus a compressor. I think i need to turn down the gain a little and fill some of the fizz. Any other thoughts?
The amp is 280 watts. It won't clip simply because of the massive headroom the amp has. It will sound good at either high or low volumes.The only thing that worries me about that thing is that it is barely a tube amp and the power amp is solid state.
I'm not sure how it works but I'm worried that it will suffer from the "solid states sound crap at high volumes" syndrome.
Both would be excellent choices.How about the ESP LTD EC1000? Or Schecter Hellraiser w/floyd?
Thanks.Sounds kinda muffled. You could also try double tracking the leads. That makes them sound a lot fuller. Keep working on it though. I see potential.
I've tried both. The Fullbore just 2 days ago, and the Barber Dirty Bomb about 1 months ago.does anybody here even like thrash metal? I'd love to get an opinion of someone who loves metallica and trivium? ^^, I trust your opinion guys, but for some reason i still think the fullbore metal > barber
Not really to be honest.Welp, there ya go it does metal too. Like I said it's a good amp. Especially since they can be found really cheap.
Don't like this classic rock?
...?This is an old thread, but no it's not "only good for metal". It's not even a metal amp. It has a good classic rock crunch and a clean channel that works well with pedals. Plus an FX loop. It's a good amp. You should be able to do metal with the right pedal.
Avatar and Vader 2x12 cabinets are common suggestions here.So I'm new to the whole Head/Cab thing. I'll probably get the Bugera 6262. The Peavey's are a little more than I want to spend. I'll have to purchases a cab also though, considering that I don't want to get the combo amp. Can someone give me some good Cabs? I'll generally be playing at home, maybe a few gigs. I was reading somewhere that a 2X12 would be good.....Whatever that means.
I've tried EMG's in the 18 volt mod. I've tried the 81, 60, and 85 in multiple ESP/Jackson/Schecter guitars. I'm just not a huge fan. They don't sound organic to me, and they sound compressed. The low end is great, and they are very clear for the output, but I rather keep the positives of passive pickups over actives.I'm not pissed...it just annoys me when people make general statements about something like you did. I mean have you tried every EMG pick up available? So how would you know you didn't like them? I mean I don't care for active EMG's either, but it won't ruin a guitar by any means.
Also you say you like passives...did you know that EMG makes passive pickups? I have a passive EMG in my RR24 and it destroys, although it has active circuitry, which actually gives it more boost than the active EMG's, but you get all the clarity and control of a passive PU.
How does my comment show that I don't know what I'm talking about. Just because I have a different opinion then you, I don't know nothing? What logic does that have?Why speak when you don't know what your talking about??
And no I am not an EMG fan boi, but they are good for certain things.
Why ruin an awesome guitar with EMG's?!Would be even better with a pair of EMG humbuckers in that bad boy.
You mean low end Line 6 amps.Don't spend your money on a computerized amplifier, you can get better value from your money with one without a memory on it. Its flashy at first and draws you in, but you'll realize later that you could have gotten a lot more from the 150 you probably spent on the onboard computer... trust me, I have a line 6 jam. Its okay, but it wasn't worth the full price.
Line 6 amps also don't sound very good at a high volume.
That might be why you think the Spider sounds good.yeah, i might get it. i just wanted peoples opinions cause i don't know amps too well.
Yeah, and how would this also compare to the Vetta you owned?Cool clips Derek. How would you compare this to the Vypyr 60/120?
Read edit!Was about to point out the fret issue lol.
what is your budget and style of play?
and what is your current gear?
the peavey transtubes are okay for solid state, but you're never really going to get a good tone out of a guitar without a good tube amp. even a hybrid amp will help a lot.
Yeah this Jackson just screams Ibanez.Jackson is stepping into the br00talnezz of Ibanez RG's!!!!!
^Im guessing that was what the DKDM stood for
Ask yourself those questions and I'm sure you'll get your answer.Thanks man, that helped me find out the differences in the two, but do the 400 presets, tuner, and extra footswitchs justify the extra £65?