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If I need the extra hair, I can boost it with a TS9 or MXR ZW44.Even my Les Paul with medium (7.6k Ohm) output pickups can dish out the most brutal palm-muted chugs I could think of.
The Bugera sounded great, but a tad too dark for my tastes.The Orange sounded much better, but even at 7W it was still too loud.With the 6505MH, I can have it at the 1W setting and rock out.I cannot believe the amount of gain it has - I currently have pre-gain at 4/10 and post-gain at 2 /10 and it sounds wicked.Sweetwater's friendly Sales Engineers are regarded as the most experienced and knowledgeable professionals in the music industry, with extensive music backgrounds and intense training on the latest products and technologies.They are available to offer you personalized product advice any time you need it.
+ Sounds great at any wattage/volume + Lots of gain on tap; EQ is responsive + Reverb, FX loop, direct slient recording onboard + Tube monitoring is handy - Clean channel is not that clean; you'll need to play with your guitar's volume/tone controls - Shared EQ - Needs another footswitch for full control - Channel switching can go haywire - I've only experience this twice I've had the Bugera G5 Infinium and the Orange Dark Terror prior to this (traded the Orange with a friend).
Being a bedroom player, I need to be able to get good high gain sounds at volumes that won't get me evicted from my apartment.
Peavey's 6505 MH mini tube amp head packs all the tonal tenacity that the 6505 series is known for, and it's got what it takes to be a gig-worthy guitar amp, too.
You'll never have to worry about showing up to a gig with bad power tubes, because the Tube Status Indicator tells you how they're doing at a glance.
Send your tone directly to the PA system with the Mic Simulated Direct Interface, with a speaker defeat switch to turn off your cabinet for lower stage volume (or for silent practice with headphones).
And with footswitchable channels, crunch, reverb, and effects loop, you've got all the flexibility you need with the Peavey 6505 MH.