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Thrash-Gangsters wrote on Jun 10th, 2017 1:23pm

Dimebag forever !

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Lt. Shinysides wrote on Dec 28th, 2009 4:37am

ah seez yall lurkin nigguh

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ragingkitty wrote on Dec 18th, 2009 3:43am

DIMEBAGLIVEDON wrote on Dec 16th, 2009 at 10:28pm :
I think I'll just push for the 50 watt head if I do get the Krank. Thanks!


Good luck...

You can PM me if you need help with the Sweep knob... that one knob basically makes that amp very versatile.

One point to note tho... its kinda one-trick-pony. It doesn't do anything other than metal and decent cleans well. However, once you figure out how the Sweep knob impacts your EQ, that amp can do many kinds of metal well.

Test one first though, not everyone can accept the voicing of a Krank amp.

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ragingkitty wrote on Dec 16th, 2009 4:18am

No you may not ask. :haha:

Depends on how loud you'd go.

Personally, if you like some power amp grit in your tone like I do, it can get pretty loud and would be sufficient for venues of 35 - 50 people. For practice, the 20 watt would be good, assuming that your drummer doesn't treat his drums like his mortal nemesis.

I've used it for practice, and can get loud enough to get over the drummer at 4.5 - 5. However, I find that 5 is the sorta break up point where soft clipping creeps into the sound. At 6, you can hear the saturation from the power tubes.

Otherwise, if you subscribe to the notion that moar headroom = moar epicz, just get the 50. Its like an additional $100 if I remember correctly.

When was the last time you went back to Malaysia?

DIMEBAGLIVEDON wrote on Dec 16th, 2009 at 2:34am :
Hey, kitty.

Just kidding. But may I ask if the Rev Jr Pro 20 is loud enough for small gigs/band practices?

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