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Soaring leads, monstrous rhythms – a distorted guitar output lies at the very core of heavy metal music. High gains with heave metal amps are an absolute must in this music genre, along with technical skills, chops, and mastery of the guitar. A reliable amp is almost as important as the guitar itself – from the glorious 80s hair metal days to modern metal chug-rhythms.
Metal is a diverse genre, and the proper amp must be able to fulfill your sonic requirements. Classic metal distortion of the earlier years is different from high-gain extreme metal distortion. We realize that an expensive tube amp is leagues ahead of an amp meant for rehearsals or small intimate gigs. But, not everyone needs professional-grade instruments/equipment. The Fender Champion 40 is probably the most affordable and versatile amp available in the market. It offers amazing value-for-money and can be used for different musical genres, including metal. The Marshall DSL40CR is a combo tube amp similar to the Champion 40, made by legendary amp manufacturers Marshall. The Peavey Bandit 112 is more expensive than Fender Champion 40. It is also the overall better choice.