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i use a an ibanez SA160 guitar i play metal, some pink floyd and RHCP.. i wanted 2 play with a drummer...so i am choosing between fender frontman 65W VS. marshal MG 50W vs Laney lx 65 watts
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i use a an ibanez SA160 guitar i play metal, some pink floyd and RHCP.. i wanted 2 play with a drummer...so i am choosing between fender frontman 65W VS. marshal MG 50W vs Laney lx 65 watts


dont get a marshall mg, i have one.. it sucks hard..
#4
out of those three i'd take the fender
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#6
maybe a different amp altogether?
how much do you wanna spend?
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dont get a marshall mg, i have one.. it sucks hard..

i have a frontman, it sucks harder
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#8
Blue_Strat's questions shall need to be answered first.
I'd take non of them to be honest, all below par and can get much better for the money.

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#10
Will you be gigging or just for home use?

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Amp's shouldn't be judged against wattage, but you are getting one hell of a SS amp with the Roland, but if you could afford it go for the 65w if you think it fulfills your needs.

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