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The cab wattage just tells you about the power handling of the cabinet. It doesn't tell how loud the cabinet is (if you want to know that, look at the speaker sensitivity). You shouldn't overpower a cabinet but I don't think underpowering it does any harm. Just make sure you match the ohms.
Also, the site says "Designed to match the HT METAL 5 guitar amps" so it should work perfectly with the amp.
Things are really taking shape.
The guy from the music store called earlier today. He said that my Epi LP should be here early next week....but.....the guitar that my son wanted isn't showing available from Fender until sometime in January.......BUT.....he'd upgrade us to a better guitar......at no price difference...that is showing available, Squier Standard Strat HSS for no extra cost. He's going to get us the black and chrome HSS model. My son is gonna freak on this. He saw one on youtube and commented on it. Personally, I'd rather tone down the pick guard but I did really like the knurled chrome volume & tone knobs and the black headstock. I know it's still a starter rig, but it looks cool.
I'm really glad my buddies directed me to this shop. We are going to get our lessons there, too. The place is really going the extra mile with pricing, set-up and lesson packages to get us up and running and keep us as customers for the long haul, too.
Both amps came in. They are stashed away, outa sight, but not outa mind. There is no way I can wait until Christmas to get rolling with this gear. I'm going to be wanting to make some noise while he's in school next week.
I'm going with a pair of Planet Waves American Stage cords, a pair of power outlets that are recommended for amps, straps, some Gator Slinger gig bags and assortment of Dunlop pics and some other gear.
One of the amps has a tuner feature, so I didn't buy an additional tuner. I may need to rethink that. I can see where it'd be nice to have one in your bag.
In case you can't tell......I'm really amped up about this. We are going to have a blast.
Good point - and the advent of tablet computers means you could even run it on your music stand. Moving tabs are pretty cool. Paper music is just so passé.
I don't use a music stand on stage though. It's my job to learn the songs imo. but for working songs out, tabs rock. Well, they do after you weed your way through all the wrong ones.
I'm tempted to launch into a Pythonesque rant about how much easier things are now.
"We used to live in a hole in ground", etc.
I'm looking at other 1980s/1990s power amp heads, as well.
Lee Jackson and Peavey are top of the list.
Not dying for BK Butler/Tube Works ~ just did not know
if they offered a "tube" amp head. Apparently not.
i don't think (but don't know but assume) kitty was just more pointing it out and may have not knowing the price, or just saying "look here not hard to find"
The problem with tabs is that they don't show timing. The best way is when they show both traditional staves with the tabs lined up underneath. That way you get everything you need.
Thank you a ton. I appreciate your comments and insight.
This forum is going to be very, very helpful. I wish I'd have known about it sooner....before plunking down any $$$.
I'll certainly look into Fretboard logic.
I've got a couple pards to play with and so does my son.....we just want to get up and running a bit before we drive them nuts with our beginner's issues. One of my buddies has a few easier songs suggested that I learn the basics for. He wants to get together and he'll do the leads. Sounds like fun.
[my opinion] With a guitar that cheap it's not worth buying new pickups. They might cost you twice that much as the guitar and you still might not get the resuts you hope for. Buy a new guitar instead. [/my opinion]
That's physically impossible. The only thing that can do that is a hex-pickup that allows you to do that. I have a Variax that can do that since it has a hex PU.
You really shouldn't look for that though, and stick to what was recommended. Better your playing technique so you don't strike those strings.
If you don't want them that badly, then take them off.
It's not going to sound like a bass or fill the same space, unless maybe you strung really thick strings and played through a bass amp... but at that point, you should probably just get a bass.
look for a mesa mkiv combo. i paid $875 for a head, i commonly see the combos on craigs list under a grand. very versatile. built like a rock. you really can't go wrong.
blackstar's even the HT-100 are kind of just medoicre. thats just me though. i think you could find something better. and yes i have played them a bit and looked at at from a neutral standpoint.
the white one too, which sounds better. or at least looks better, which is more important
it costs more to call a lawyer than it would to replace the spider.
HH, double cutaway, and comes in 22 and 24 fret flavours. 25" scale though, but the neck on the ones I've tried are fairly wide and thin.
I'm afraid those 2 wont mix well.
I think you'd have to look at something more expensive than that to achieve sparkly and rich cleans.
I wont leave a suggestion for an amp, as I am not really too familiar with the type of amps you'd be looking for...but I am sure the budget needs to come up significantly.
Only in Texas I think.
Came here for pictures of an amp that went kaboom-ey and a sorry soul looking for advice on a new amp that won't blow up
it's just that Bugera is the 'flavor of the month' to pick on and some of their employees have made incredibly stupid statements here and elsewhere that fueled the hate.
My best advice is to save up a little and get yourself something from the Jet City JCA Series. You'll be glad you did!
Wow. I didn't realize Krank had closed. That's sad, great amps that were super underrated because of some bad PR they got years ago. At least Tony Krank is still making amps under the name Stiff Amplification, but sad to see another company go to the bad economy.