#1
I want to get a good battery amp. It does not have to be versatile, just have good tone. (Obviously, if it has gone tone AND versatile, then it's good)

I am mainly looking at the following option:
-Danelectro Honeytone,
-Vox DA5
-Pignose Original (The one that use AA)
-Ruby amp (DIY require)

Good tone means it has warm, not unlike a mid gain tube amp.
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BluesJr 1996-B + cathode follower + texas Heat
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Last edited by Jestersage at Nov 23, 2008,
#2
You won't find an amp with a good tone in the size or price range of a battery powered amp. They will all be cheap, tinny sounding practice amps. On the brighter side, GC is selling the micro-tonemasters for $29 this weekend.
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#3
Vox for your style I think, but also try the microcube.
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Quote by A7X-LoGaN-A7X
You won't find an amp with a good tone in the size or price range of a battery powered amp. They will all be cheap, tinny sounding practice amps. On the brighter side, GC is selling the micro-tonemasters for $29 this weekend.


Not even Pignose Original or DA5 or Ruby?
Ibanez SA-120 (ed.2006)
BluesJr 1996-B + cathode follower + texas Heat
Crate CPB150
Homemade 4 x 10 cab Bass closeback
Metal Muff
#5
he Hog 20 and 30 by pignose have rechargeable batteries, last about 40 hours I think. That could be a good option if you want battery powered. Pignose makes some pretty badass stuff.