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Old 04-27-2013, 05:18 PM   #21
HippieMagic
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Originally Posted by Mephaphil
You decided to get a micro cube with that budget?

Okay.


Guitar, picks, strap, cable, Micro Cube, headphones, and strings = $1500
Software, books, and other random accessories/payments = $500

I practice mostly in my bedroom and the Micro Cube is a good, portable, practice amp that is plenty loud enough for use in a bedroom.

I have been looking at the mini rectifiers lately so one may end up in my collection in the near future.

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It's not close at all, in any way.


I have no real need for an acoustic and for learning purposes playing unplugged or on the acoustic setting is plenty good enough. It isn't like I am playing it for anyone but myself so I don't think I will mind much.

A good acoustic may be my next purchase but for now the SG is just fine.
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Old 04-28-2013, 06:37 AM   #22
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To be fair, people have mistaken the neck pickup of my SG for an acoustic. It's obviously not going to fool anyone who knows guitars, but it's good enough for the odd strum. The different feel of acoustics is as bigger deal as the sound when pretending with an electric.
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