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Unread 10-25-2009, 12:47 PM   #1
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Changing from hi gain head to combo...

Hey guys. I've got a Peavey JSX and the moment and a 2x12 with V30s in. Trouble is I'm getting bored of it really - I don't need to have such a big amp. So I'm looking at changing to a combo. I want something that's pretty versatile but can do hi gain stuff. I could buy a boost with another amp I guess, but if any of you have any suggestions about good single speaker combos I should look at trying let me know. Price range is up to 1000.
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Unread 10-25-2009, 08:29 PM   #2
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Though I have no idea of how much one of those would cost over there, the Mark IV combo is amazing.

And now there's a 1x12 combo version of the 6505 as well, if I'm not mistaken.

My signal path (on the works): Schecter KM-7 > Axe Fx Ultra
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mesa mark series combo or a krank rev jr pro with a 1x12 can would be good. both versatile in their own way
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+1 on the Mark series, they're as badass as can be.
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Keep in mind that the 1x12 combo's speaker will behave differently and have a different response especially if it's open back.
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Mark IV or Rectoverb.

This would be Awesome:
http://www.randallamplifiers.com/Amplifiers/MTS-Combos/
http://www.randallamplifiers.com/ima...bos/rm100c.jpg

not sure how much though.
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You can get a Mark IV for 1000 if you really look hard.

My mate just got an immaculate early B with flightcase for 900.

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why not just get a new head...?

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