6505+ or randall thrasher

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  1. C-PIG

    C-PIG SS.org Regular

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    anybody used both? i know the trasher has mixed reviews but wanted to here from someone who has tried both .
     
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    oniduder HONKEY DONKEY

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    thrasher.... but really can't go wrong with a 6505... but i liked the thrasher a bit more, a bit more usable with the gain etc etc
     
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    PunkBillCarson SS.org Regular

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    The most important questions are absent: What do you play? What do you want to sound like? Price range?
     
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    i play rock metal, but dont down tune usually Eb , i like a good midrange .
     
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    budda Guiterrorizer Contributor

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    6505+.
     
  6. Paul McAleer

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    Thrasher. Having the option to adjust selective gain frequencies has made me spoiled. If you ever have thoughts about tuning down, you won’t have to worry about grabbing a clean boost pedal.

    Most folks here are going to suggest the 6505+, it’s fine for your tuning and they run pretty cheap used.
     
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    Why not a used Satan?
     

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