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Old 2008-11-24, 14:07
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Laboga Mr. Hector head for Brutal Death Metal?

I've played on a show on a Laboga Mr. Hector head, it sounded freaking awesome to me. What do you think of it, is it better than an Peavey XXX or Engl Powerball?

I'm actually thinking of buying one...
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Old 2008-11-24, 16:19
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its like a heavily modded 5150. It will cover all metal territories with ease. Better than other amps? well thats entirely opinion, and depends on what you need.
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Old 2008-11-25, 07:39
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I've played on a show on a Laboga Mr. Hector head, it sounded freaking awesome to me. What do you think of it, is it better than an Peavey XXX or Engl Powerball?

I'm actually thinking of buying one...
I'd say its better than the XXX, but the Powerball is pretty much becoming the standard in metal amps (kind of like the 5150). Judging from sound clips, it seems to be a pretty damn good amp, and it has a cool sound for brutal death metal (although I don't really know what kind you are playing, cause technical stuff might want a bit tighter gain and some more mid-focus).
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Old 2008-11-26, 03:24
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We're looking for a Suffocation (Pierced...), Deeds of Flesh, Disavowed sound.
I sounded amazing to me, too, so I'm a little bit confused, I'll have to try the Powerball, as that was the head I was planning to buy, and compare the two.
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Old 2008-11-28, 09:56
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I like the 5150. I kinda used to it already....



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Old 2008-12-19, 19:44
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We're looking for a Suffocation (Pierced...), Deeds of Flesh, Disavowed sound.
I sounded amazing to me, too, so I'm a little bit confused, I'll have to try the Powerball, as that was the head I was planning to buy, and compare the two.



suffocation use ampeg vh140c on PFW i think.
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Old 2008-12-19, 20:00
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A heavily modded 5150? Those things are muddy enough as it is. I'd still like to try one out anyways.
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