#1
Location- UK
Max Budget- £120

I don't need much volume, just a good clean tone for practice. I can use Gearbox for recording. So far I'm looking at-

Warwick Blue Cab 30
Ashdown Perfect 10
Laney RB-2
Fender Rumble 25

Leaning towards the Warwick. Alternatively, I could get something like the Ashdown After Eight and spend the rest on strings/books/guitar pedals etc.

What do you think?

Cheers,
Josh

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Last edited by Volta_91 at Nov 18, 2008,
#2
I think reading the FAQ and trying them out would be a good idea.
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#3
All the amps listed are in the FAQs recommended section. I might get to try out the Laney, but not likely the others.

Play a Cort ?

Play with V-Picks ?

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#4
ashdown is the top of my list, then comes the warwick, then the laney.
ashdown has a superior tone imo. but thats just me.
try them out.
#5
The ashdown and rumble there are both crap, I play them both evrey saturday and if it came to it i would choose the ruble(strange i know). I would go with the warwick there but also look into hartke they make some pretty nice stuff.
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