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I purchased a 2x12 16 ohm cabinet from Orange and a Dual channel 30 watt Tiny Terror Orange headpiece. I play lead guitar in a band, and our sound is influenced by rock, post hardcore metal, and some psychedelic. The cabinet is superb quality, and combined with the Tiny Terror amp it really has a great kicking sound. For studio recording, the 15 watt sounds best, and for playing live I prefer the more powerful 30 watt sound. Both the Phat channel and Tiny Terror channel sound amazing. The Tiny Terror channel has more of a Fuz and toned down frequency, and the Phat Channel (which I prefer) has a more powerful overdrive sound, and when played on 16 ohm at 30 watts it has a very powerful, distorted yet clean sound, both for picking and chord progressions. I highly recommend (especially for metal).
Received guitar in 'as new' condition, better than description.
It's a guitar
I bought a used Korean quilt top Peavey Wolfgang. I am extremely pleased with the condition that this guitar has been kept in. There are only minor blemishes on the back of the body and some minor fret wear. All the electronics are in great working order. The tone of the guitar is exactly what I expected with the bridge pickup being a little hotter than the neck pickup. Both sound fantastic. A lot of people want the American models but if you are able to pick up a Korean model I don't think you would be disappointed... Especially for the right price point.
the amp is awesome. it looks good and sounds great. there is however a rattling sound inside that you can hear when it's a mid to high volumes. i had an amp engineer (not guitar center) look at it and he wasn't able to figure it out. if it keeps bothering me i'll take it to guitar center to fix it but it's a pain because i have to drive the amp all over and i know there is a decent wait if i have guitar center send it to the amp technicians.
Well built. Light weight. Don't want to put it down.
The Godin A6 is a very nice, comfortable guitar to play. I am a beginning player, so I can't be a judge of its finer points, or electric sounds. In my case, I was just looking for an easier guitar to barre and fret than my acoustic. The A6 is certainly easier, and it has a decent unplugged sound for practice. The A6 has a reasonably loud, though subdued acoustic sound that doesn't disturb my wife or kids, but it projects enough to be pleasant. In the future, I am still interested in spending some serious time with the Taylor t5z, which was the other guitar that I was considering. I have picked the Taylor up in a couple of guitar stores over the years, and from my recollection it is lighter, and more comfortable to play than the Godin, and has a better unplugged acoustic sound. I don't know if it would be worth the difference in price or not. The Godin costs about half as much as the most basic T5z model. The A6 is definitely a fine guitar.
I practice it often and with a new amp sound sounds great.