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im after another solidstate head,my dp laney keeps cutting out,and i cant get the right tone from it with my rick 4004 typical 80s head too much going on,also i dont want an amp with eq sliders i just want bass mid treb vol gain knobs,im going through 215s,im looking at ashdown mag 300 atm,not sure how good these would be with a 4004,also was looking at peavey tour 450 but has sliders,i really want marshall 35** but they not coming up often,also looking at ampeg micro...i got couple of hundred to spend....so what do others play ricks through or suggestions...

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I don't have a Rick but I have a hartke lh1000 and you don't get much more simple than that,only 4 or 5 knobs but I think you can get a really good variety of sound from it. If your local,you are more than welcome to come try it!
Simon

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A little more & you could pick up a 2nd hand Markbass LMII. Never played a Rick through it though, so maybe worth trying one out first.

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A little more & you could pick up a 2nd hand Markbass LMII. Never played a Rick through it though, so maybe worth trying one out first.
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Thought my rick sounded pretty good though a my LMII if I do say so my self. I prefer it though a tube head though

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Just get one from the FS section. Hartke, Markbass or GK, they'll all be better than the Laney (IMO).

Make sure it's at least 500 watts.

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Hartke LH500
Cheap, simple and good. You can pick them up for 350 new and 180 2nd hand if you hunt about.

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