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Yeah, like a person with an Affinity Squier being a "Fender man". Sorry for the jokes, but it's a bit funny.
Glad you like the Marshall better. Most people wouldn't even compare a Crate (beginner/budget/starter amp) to any Marshall for that matter. Not trying to offend anyone, but Crate is a junk/cheap company that tries to make boutique tone at a welfare price, and it ain't never gonna happen. They're pretty much laughed at in the real world of musicians.
In all honesty, I had an AVT at one time, and for what it was, it was a decent sounding amp - for practice or recording. For gigging, those SS's never have the balls or the tone to blast out like that.
The regular jazz III's, definitely not the xl's.
Pickups: Dimarzio X2N
This is the gear I will be getting with the summer job I'm looking for. Is it good? What pedals should I get to make it perfect? Would it be great for a band/gigs?
EDIT:I'm trying to get a progressive metal sound similar to Death "The sound of preserverance" album. I want a tone for all kinds of metal, but that's the main kind of tone I'm looking for. Do you guys think this gear would be good for that?
Adults will pay bills. Teenagers and college kids will buy beer and entertainment goods.
I don't think you can run the head without speakers attached, so don't bother trying that.
I know that you can use the line out on your amp, though.
Oh, and please don't buy a Valvestate head.
It's all subjective,they bag on Spiders around here to but I see guys with 20 years of experience playing them and liking them. Just like all SS seems to be bagged here but I went into a local shop and this 60 year old blues player is jamming on a Kustom 12 gauge,he was playing slide like no tomarrow and it sounded beautiful! A Strat directly into the amp with no pedals! He bought 2. It turns out he is a teacher,well my new 1 also. The price is what I think most have a problem with but some could say that about Gibson also. You can get something to do the same thing for cheaper and maybe it does it better to. *note- I'm not bagging on Gibson or anything else. You pay for the name in these cases. People bag on stuff and have never used it,they just go along with the crowd
What I want to know is why the Cube 30 is praised so much. I think it's very overrated. The clean channel sucks and the only one worth mentioning is the R-Fier channel. What's the deal with this amp and why is it so popular?
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I've got a Marshall MG100DFX, and my buddy's got a Line 6 Spider, I'm not sure what its called specifically but I'm pretty sure its 75 watts. Whenever we play together at a band practice or something, his amp is ALWAYS louder than mine. I dunno what it is, like mine sounds more muffled or something. I don't really have the contour up on my amp that much, which usually makes it really muffled sounding. He's usually playing on a Fender Strat and I usually play either a Epiphone Les Paul or a Schecter. Is his amp just better or what?
Well i live outside US and...
1. Any good amp weights more then like 20KG and shipping that from US to my place will cost like 700$ or more ^_^
2.I live outside US so all programs on my computer are cracked, i have Cubase, GuitarRig3, AmpliTube, Revalver MK2 , MK3 (Peavy), FX BOX.. which one do you use, which has most real sound?
i mean everything... but dunno, i have never played on high-end tube amp and i cant compare this digital sound to the real thing what do you think?
Yes. I know. I thought "rolling up" will be the opposite of "rolling back", so I meant I increased my mids.
This thread is just going to be a tone of wannabe's who claim Carvin are the greatest thing ever because one person on this forum said they were good and the kid liked the name. Ive played 3 carvins never had good experience with em but these forums have people saying they are better than High end Gibson's, ESP's, Ibanez's etc and it just isnt true.