#3
yes, and no.

I had it before I got my rec. It's not bad with pedals. With the right EQ it sounds okay. At high volumes it cracks, it's not too bad especially when 3 you can play in front of like 300 people and still hear it in the back.
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DD-3
TS-9
Crybaby from Hell
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BF-3
HBE Psilocybe
CH-1
Digidelay
Digitech Whammy
Mesa Triple Recto
Marshall 1936 2x12
#5
well if youre gonna buy that amp, make sure you get it from musiciansfriend.com, its much cheaper there then that link you provided. i'd recommend a line 6 spider III 120 instead, though.
#6
Quote by IHI MaSTeR IHI
well if youre gonna buy that amp, make sure you get it from musiciansfriend.com, its much cheaper there then that link you provided. i'd recommend a line 6 spider III 120 instead, though.
Don't do this. You won't be much better off than with the Fender. Personally, I'd just save a little more money and buy a decent Tube combo like the previous guy suggested.
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#7
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Don't do this. You won't be much better off than with the Fender. Personally, I'd just save a little more money and buy a decent Tube combo like the previous guy suggested.


The fender tube combo is cheaper, sounds better, and will be louder.
#8
This would be much better/cheaper.
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Crate Palomino V32 - 1x12
Boss DS-1
Crybaby Wah
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#9
I wouldn't get the Spider either personally but if you want to buy my FM212 I'm selling it for $275. It's practically brand new. Loud and does work well with pedals.

What kind of music to you play?

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#10
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This would be much better/cheaper.

+1 to that
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#11
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This would be much better/cheaper.

agreed. tube > solid state. trust us on that one.
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#12
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This would be much better/cheaper.
+1 to the V-Series.
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#14
I own this amp. It was the first amp I bought at age 14. It's servicable for electric guitar, but picks up a little hiss with pedals, and sort of flattens the sound of an acoustic. I consider it an amp for beginner rockers on a budget. I don't like it myself for live stuff for where my playing is at right now, but it is gigable and good if you're starting. I upgraded mine after about a year and a half for a Hot Rod Deluxe. It's a pretty amp. Personally, I'd invest some money in one of those, they go for about 1400 AU, and you'll make it back up with the gigs you'll get. Better sound=more gigs for you and more repeat customers.

The Crate V Series would also be a nice choice, as mentioned above.

Also important is what sort of music you're playing.

I live in Australia too and could sell you mine second hand if you want it. It's as new. PM me if you want.
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