#1
i need a good amp 10w at least for under 100 bucks that i can run some pedals into, my old amp broke and im saving for a new one thats around 250 but i need one i can just keep my skills up on any suggestions
#2
Roland Micro Cube?

*Edit: You said under $100 - the microcube is $125.

Look at the Peavey Vypyr 15 - |$100 even.
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#4
We need to know what styles you play. A V5 definitely won't do heavier styles if you play them. And besides, a tube amp isn't the answer to everything.

I second the Vypyr regardless. Maybe a Vox modeller if you play more mid-gain stuff.

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#5
I got a Kustom Tube 12 last week and i love it. The clean channel is great and perfect for running a pedal through it. Its more than loud enough for a practice amp.
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#6
The line6 spiderIII 15 watt. Line6 makes the most versitle inexpensive amps and are great quality and sound. Its the amp to get. Beats any other $100 amp. Trust me.
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Quote by fretman5000
The line6 spiderIII 15 watt. Line6 makes the most versitle inexpensive amps and are great quality and sound. Its the amp to get. Beats any other $100 amp. Trust me.



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I know several people who own the 15W version of the Spider III, and its not half-bad for an amp that size, either that or the Vypyr would probably suit you well.
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