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Old 2005-11-13, 16:52
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Our other guitarist uses a Fender 100 Watt Combo and its loud enough.

I thought of Behringer as well, I think its the cheapest out there...I just got no idea what it sounds like. :/

Are Behringer heads and cabs good or just the cabs? Because I have seen a set lately which was like marshall head and behringer cabinet! I dont know if the combination is good...
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Old 2005-11-13, 17:08
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The behringer heads are good, most of them can't go as loud as a Marshall or a Peavy but they go loud enough for practices. If your looking for a long term investment that you can gig with as well, I'd go with a marshall, crate, or peavy. And yea, some combos are good, I just like the flexibility of head+cab, and it looks cool as hell too.
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Old 2005-11-13, 17:57
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Old 2005-11-13, 18:01
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Old 2005-11-13, 19:10
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marshall, crate, kustom, charvin,peavy. are what i trust. line 6/ beringer are no un relyable
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Old 2005-11-13, 20:48
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you may want to go with a rack setup. you could afford a engl pre amp and a peavey powereamp for pretty cheap. and cabs arnt that hard to come by.
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Old 2005-11-13, 22:52
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The behringer heads are good.

I know you're just trying to help but just shut up. Behringer aren't good. Its like me saying go buy a spider II because they're so br000O0oo)Tal. It's just not true. And we all know what you think of line 6( ) as previously stated by JH. Its really frustrating reading you're posts in this thread because they're ALL LIES.

Anyway now that I've got that off my chest and I'm good and chipper again I would recommend to you the same thing as you're gonna see alot of in this forum. Either the Blue Voodoo or the Shockwave. Enjoy.
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Old 2005-11-13, 22:58
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For practice I use a peavey XXX combo hooked up to a marshall 1960 A cab and it sounds great.
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Old 2005-11-14, 03:27
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if your really on a tight budget get the poor mans triple xxx, the peavey ultra.
it's very comparible to the XXX's some people even think it sounds better then the xxx's but i don't think so.
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The behringer heads are good, most of them can't go as loud as a Marshall or a Peavy but they go loud enough for practices. If your looking for a long term investment that you can gig with as well, I'd go with a marshall, crate, or peavy. And yea, some combos are good, I just like the flexibility of head+cab, and it looks cool as hell too.


anyone remember that n00b that got sigged by xDx that said behringer was nice but expensive?
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Old 2005-11-14, 09:37
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Here's how I look at the combo vs. head debacle here :



Peavey 5150 combo versus head : Both have 60 watts and extensions out. At the very most, you can run a 4x12 out through the combo head for extra spread if you want, giving you a total of 6 speakers. Its akin to have a 2x12 and a 4x12
and buying a 5150 head --- except you did'nt pay the extra cash. And as far as loudness, this thing on 3 will shake the rafters, and same goes with a BV combo, an XXX combo, a JSX combo, even the ValveKings are pretty good ( and sometimes you can snag a good deal on the Marshall all-tube combos ).

For the gear lords here : I realize that a combo and extension cab won't sound the same as a head and cab, but when you're strapped for cash its works just fine, damnit


In my opinion, you can NEVER go wrong with a 2x12 tube combo, as it costs just about as much as the head version and you get an extension out PLUS the onboard speakers, and if you're going to and fro from practice you can just unplug the combo and take that with you.
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Old 2005-11-14, 11:02
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Pfft ... and he stole my opinion of Line 6 ...







LISTEN : Line 6 makes excellent preamps, like the POD, and I don't think anyone can tell me with a straight face that the HD and Vetta are bad amps. Just like any other company, their 250$ solid-state heads just are'nt that great. Yet Behringer seems to have a hard time making anything that holds its own ...
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Old 2005-11-14, 11:07
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I like the line 6 hd 147 very much. It's just fucking overpriced
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Old 2005-11-14, 11:28
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anyone remember that n00b that got sigged by xDx that said behringer was nice but expensive?


That was our dutchy six_feet_under_420! He was very confused, if i remember right.
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Old 2005-11-14, 11:32
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Old 2005-11-14, 11:57
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LISTEN : Line 6 makes excellent preamps, like the POD, and I don't think anyone can tell me with a straight face that the HD and Vetta are bad amps....

But you see most of the time when Line 6 comes up around here for some reason or another it seems to be the Spider II that gets talked about. Instead of some of their better products. I would agree that a POD is a great little gadget and I would also agree that the HD and Vetta can hold their own. I don't understand why they couldn't have just put some better distortion presets on the Spider. Then they could've saved themselves from the deep humilliation of producing it.
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Old 2005-11-14, 12:22
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People are gonna hate me for this but fuck it The distortion from the original spider I actually like. I have a soundclip of it.
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Old 2005-11-14, 12:55
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People are gonna hate me for this but fuck it The distortion from the original spider I actually like. I have a soundclip of it.
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nah i dont, doesnt luke from sleepterror use a line 6 vendette 2 or sumtin
he has a pretty nice sound imo, not my kinda thing though.
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Old 2005-11-14, 13:24
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Never tried the original spider, but I think that Spider II has a pretty cool sound.
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